With Invicta Fighting Championships being the leading promotion for female prospects, stars can give birth to on any given night.
In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet two fierce up and comers looking to grab the bull by the horns in 2019.
Brianna Van Buren-
A professional since October 2012 and representing Antdawgs MMA and American Kickboxing Academy, Brianna Van Buren owns a 5-2 record in seven career bouts as a professional comprised of two decisions, one knockout and one submission.
Van Buren has competed under the banner of various promotions including Invicta Fighting Championships.
In her MMA debut at Rouge Fights 20 Fists of Fire, she knocked out Charlene Gellner in the first round. Then at Rouge Fights 25 Fight Night 2 Van Buren defeated Patrica Vidonic via unanimous decision.
At Rouge Fights 26 Fight Night 3, she defeated Katie Casmir via TKO in round one.
Van Buren tapped out Angela Samaro via rear naked choke in the first round at URCC 34 Destiny.
In her return to the Invicta Fighting Championships cage at Invicta FC 33, she defeated three-time UFC veteran and fellow Invicta FC returnee Jamie Moyle and defeated her via unanimous decision to earn her first win under the Invicta FC banner.
The victory also earned her her second decision victory as a professional. With a well-rounded attack and fierce determination, Van Buren will look to charge into 2019!
A professional since October 2018 and representing Dcomma fitness, Kathryn Paprocki owns a perfect 2-0 record with both of her victories as a professional coming via decision.
Paprocki has fought for Invicta Fighting Championships and SCL.
She is currently 1-0 under the Invicta FC banner. In her MMA debut, she defeated Diana Schissler via unanimous decision.
In her debut appearance with Invicta Fighting Championships at Invicta FC 32, Paprocki defeated Isis Verbeek via unanimous decision to secure her first victory under the Invicta FC banner.
Having only just begun her foray into the ranks of professional MMA, 2019 will look to be a statement year for this rocky mountain high flyer!