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Invicta FC, the world’s premier women-only mixed martial arts promotion, has secured a new broadcast partner and is set to return after an eight-month break. Anthem Sports & Entertainment, its parent company, announced that the promotion has signed an exclusive deal with CBS Sports to air five Invicta FC events in 2024. The first event, Invicta FC 55, will take place on June 28 at Memorial Hall in Kansas City, Kan., marking the promotion’s first card since October.

The partnership with CBS Sports will allow Invicta FC to bring its world-class events to a larger audience. With a lineup of unparalleled matchups and exclusive title fights, 2024 is expected to be a landmark year for the promotion, showcasing why Invicta FC is a leading brand in women’s MMA.

Invicta FC was founded by Shannon Knapp in 2012 and has been the premier women-only mixed martial arts promotion worldwide ever since. Anthem Sports and Entertainment acquired the brand in April 2021 under the leadership of president Richard Schaefer, former CEO of Golden Boy Promotions. The upcoming Invicta FC 55 card features seven fights, including a headline women’s bantamweight title fight between Talita Bernardo and Olga Rubin. Additionally, former UFC fighter Kay Hansen will face Sayury Canon on the card.

The full fight card for Invicta FC 55 includes the title fight between Talita Bernardo and Olga Rubin as well as matchups between Saori Oshima and Andressa Romero, Taylor Guardado and Yako Higashi, Elisandra Ferreira and Katie Saull, Zoe Nowicki and Josiane Oliveira, and Fallon Johnson and Violeta Mendoza. Stay tuned for more exciting events from Invicta FC in 2024 as they continue to showcase top talent in women’s MMA while reaching new audiences through their partnership with CBS Sports.

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