Invicta FC 40: ‘Ducote vs Lima’ event set for July 2 in Kansas City on UFC Fight Pass

    Pretty soon, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) won’t be the only show in town, as Invicta FC has announced its own plans to stage a mixed martial arts (MMA) event in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic on July 2, 2020.

    Company owner and president, Shannon Knapp, took to Twitter to not only make the announcement for Invicta FC 40, but to reveal the full fight card, as well as a fight poster created by none other than the highly-talented, Boss Logic.

    The main event will see Strawweight contenders Emily Ducote (8-6) and Juliana Lima (10-6) face off, while the co-headlining act will feature Alesha Zappitella (6-2) and Lindsey VanZandt (7-3) collide in Atomweight action.

    See the full fight card below:

    Strawweight: Emily Ducote vs. Juliana Lima

    Atomweight: Alesha Zappitella vs. Lindsey VanZandt

    Flyweight: DeAnna Bennett vs. Victoria Leonardo

    Featherweight: Chelsea Chandler vs. Liv Parker

    Flyweight: Claire Guthrie vs. Laura Anderson

    Strawweight: Genia Goodin vs. Shelby Koren

    Invicta FC 40 will take place in Kansas City, though no venue has officially been revealed at the moment. The event will be closed doors and is set to air live and exclusively on UFC Fight Pass at 7 p.m. CT.

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