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Invicta FC 24 Live Stream, Fight Card & Start Time

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Invicta Fighting Championships returns to Scottish Rite Temple in Kansas City, Missouri on Saturday night for Invicta FC 24.

The free night of fights will air on UFC Fight Pass, with a flyweight matchup between Mara Romero Borella and UFC veteran Milana Dudieva serving as the main event.

Invicta FC 24 also features atomweight star Jinh Yu Frey taking on Ashley Cummins in the co-main event.

How can you tune in to Saturday night’s fights? Here is all of the information you need to catch the action from the opening blow:

Date: Saturday, July 15
Start Time: 8:00 p.m. ET
Location: Kansas City, Missouri
Venue: Scottish Rite Temple
Live Stream: Stream 1

Flyweight: Milana Dudieva (125.8 lb) vs. Mara Romero Borella (125.9 lb)
Atomweight: Jinh Yu Frey (105.9 lb) vs. Ashley Cummins (105.9 lb)
Featherweight: Pam Sorenson (149.6 lb)1 vs. Helena Kolesnyk (145.9 lb)
Flyweight: Karina Rodríguez (124.1 lb) vs. Bárbara Acioly (125.9 lb)
Flyweight: Miranda Maverick (125 lb) vs. Gabby Romero (125.4 lb)
Strawweight: Sunna Rannveig Davíðsdóttir (115 lb) vs. Kelly D’Angelo (115.2 lb)
Featherweight: Felicia Spencer (146 lb) vs. Amy Coleman (149.5 lb)2

1, 2 Sorenson and Coleman each missed weight for their respective featherweight bouts and were fined 25 percent of their purses. Both bouts will proceed at catchweight.

Invicta FC 24 was originally scheduled as an eight-fight card, but a strawweight bout between Mallory Martin and Tiffany Masters was removed from the fight card due to medical issues.

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Photo Credit: Scott Hirano, Invicta FC
CAMPUSSPORTS Writer
Josh studied journalism at Seton Hill University. He is currently the Editor-in-Chief of Campus Sports. Josh is currently a member of the FWAA and USBWA. His work has been featured on Sports Illustrated, ESPN.com, FOXSports.com, CBSSports.com and many others.
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