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Eyes of a Hawk featuring Invicta FC fighters Marciea Allen and Helen Peralta

Midwestern MMA fighters are renowned for their steely toughness and grit. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet two hawk-like fighters soaring through Invicta FC like birds of prey.

Marciea Allen – A professional since August 2012 and representing Valle Flow Striking, Marciea Allen owns a 7-2 record in nine career bouts as a professional comprised of three decisions, two submissions and two knockouts. Allen has fought for Invicta FC, WSOF and various other promotions. In her MMA debut at Disorderly Conduct 10 The Yin and The Yang, she submitted Chandra Engel via triangle choke in the first round. Allen defeated Ashleigh Curry via TKO in round one. Then at DCS 5 Season’s Beatings, she defeated Brenda Rodriguez via unanimous decision. At Dakota FC 21 Spring Brawl 2015 Allen tapped out Carina Damm in the first round via armbar. She defeated Jan Finney via unanimous decision at Alpha One Sports IT Fight Series 35. At XFO 58, Allen defeated Moriel Charneski via unanimous decision. In her return fight with Invicta FC at Invicta FC 29 she defeated Julia Avila via TKO in the first round. A single slip up will have you ensnared in the talons of this Midwestern hawk!

Helen Peralta – A professional since January 2018 and representing Team Helen, Helen Peralta holds a 2-1 record in three career bouts as a professional comprised of one knockout and one decision. Both of Peralta’s wins as a professional have come under the Invicta FC banner. In her MMA debut at Invicta FC 27, she defeated Jade Ripley via TKO in round one. For her second appearance with Invicta FC at Invicta FC 29 Peralta defeated Cheyanne Vlismas via unanimous decision to score back to back victories with Invicta FC. With just three professional fights under her belt, this Hawkeye is one to keep a close eye on in Invicta FC’S talent-rich strawweight division!

Allen v Damm Dakota FC 21 Spring Brawl 2015

Myles Painter
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