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Invicta FC 25 Fight Card, Live Stream & Start Time

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Invicta Fighting Championships returns on Thursday night with Invicta FC 25: Pa’aluhi vs. Kunitskaya.

In the main event of the night, Raquel “Lionheart” Pa’aluhi (6-5) and Yana “Foxy” Kunitskaya (9-3, 1 NC) go head-to-head for the bantamweight title — which was vacated when former champion Tonya Evinger was signed by the UFC.

Kunitskaya briefly held the title after defeating Evinger last year, but the fight was overturned by the commission due to referee error. Now, she will once again have the opportunity to secure Invicta gold.

How can you tune in to Thursday night’s event? All of the information you will need to catch the action from the opening bout can be seen below:

Date: Thursday, Aug. 31
Start Time: 9:00 p.m. ET
Venue: Tachi Palace Hotel and Casino
Location: Lemoore, Calif.
TV Info: UFC Fight Pass
Live Stream: Stream 1

Invicta FC 25 Fight Card

Bantamweight Title: Raquel Pa’aluhi (133.8 lb) vs. Yana Kunitskaya (134.5 lb)
Strawweight: Livia Renata Souza (115 lb) vs. Janaisa Morandin (115.3 lb)
Bantamweight: Alexa Conners (136 lb) vs. Katharina Lehner (140.5 lb)1
Strawweight: Sharon Jacobson (115.1 lb) vs. Kali Robbins (117.4 lb)2
Atomweight: Shino VanHoose (105.7 lb) vs. Alyse Anderson (104.9 lb)
Bantamweight: Amberlynn Orr (135.7 lb) vs. Sarah Kleczka (135.1 lb)
Featherweight: Yaya Rincón (144.4 lb) vs. Courtney King (146 lb)
Flyweight: Cheri Muraski (125.5 lb) vs. Tracy Cortez (125.3 lb)
Atomweight: Ashley Medina (105.9 lb) vs. Jillian DeCoursey (104.9 lb)

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

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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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