Invicta Fighting Championships is fast becoming known as a global ambassador for Women’s MMA by testing the waters in numerous markets like Mexico and Japan. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will be introduced to a screaming boomerang determined to club her foes into submission on the road back to having Invicta FC gold around her waist and make the land down under swell with national pride. A professional since April 2013 and representing Iron Wolves Fight Team, Faith McMah owns a 6-4 record in 10 career bouts as a professional comprised of three submissions, two decisions and one knockout. McMah has spent the majority of her professional tenure with Invicta Fighting Championships and has also competed with various MMA promotions in her native homeland of Australia. She has managed to finish four of her six wins as a professional.
In her MMA debut at ETK Sunday Session 18, McMah submitted Kelly Kinta via rear naked choke. At Storm MMA Storm Damage 3 she defeated Michelle Peruzzi via TKO in the first round. At the same event, McMah defeated Bellator MMA veteran and fellow Aussie Arlene Blencowe via split decision. She tapped out Kate Da Silva via triangle choke in the fourth round.
Then in her debut appearance with Invicta Fighting Championships at Invicta FC 12 that also marked McMah’s debut on American soil, she faced Amanda Bell and submitted her via rear naked choke in the second round to earn her first victory under the Invicta Fighting Championships banner. The win also earned McMah the third submission victory of her professional career. For her lone outing with Brace For War at Brace 41 she faced Charlene-Watt Broome and defeated her via unanimous decision to earn the second decision win of her professional career. Dangerously well rounded and having many of her fellow Aussies achieve success in MMA will only add extra fuel to this boomerang’s fire!