Invicta FC has become well respected for their masterful ability to sign regional and international talents in their efforts to give the brand a global boost. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet two Pacific coasters looking to ride the wave in hopes of giving their budding professional careers a jolt of energy.
Liz Tracy – A professional since April 2015 and representing 10th Planet Portland, Liz Tracy owns a 5-2 record in seven career bouts as a professional comprised of three decisions, one knockout and one submission. Tracy has fought for Invicta FC, KOTC and SFL. In her MMA debut, she submitted Maria Rios in the first round via rear naked choke. At SFL 49 Tracy defeated Cindy Hales via TKO in round two. For her final outing with Super Fight League at SFL 51, she defeated Invicta FC veteran Christine Stanley via split decision. Tracy also defeated Susy Watson via unanimous decision at KOTC Fight to Finish. In her second appearance with Invicta FC at Invicta FC 29, she defeated submission specialist Cheri Muraski via unanimous decision to secure her first victory under the Invicta FC banner. At Invicta FC 32 on November 16, Tracy will face Stephanie Geltmacher in a flyweight affair. Invicta FC 32 will also mark the promotion’s first trip to Oklahoma. Good luck Liz!
Yaya Rincon – A professional since May 2017 and representing MMA Gold Fight Team, Yaya Rincon holds a 2-0 record comprised of one knockout and one decision. Both of Rincon’s wins as a professional have come under the Invicta FC banner. In her MMA debut at Invicta FC 23, she defeated Brooksie Bayard via unanimous decision. For her second outing with Invicta FC at Invicta FC 25 Rincon defeated Courtney King via TKO in the second round to score back to back victories with Invicta FC. At just 25 years of age, Rincon could very well be the next breakout bantamweight star for Invicta FC!