Throughout Invicta FC’s 43 event run, prospects have driven a large portion of the promotion’s fabric. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet a panther of the city of steel whose hurricane-like intensity in the cage has created a curtain of iron in Invicta Fighting Championships at just 22 years of age as one of the promotion’s youthful sharpshooters. A professional mixed martial artist since December 2018 and representing White Viper Martial Arts, Hope Chase owns a 3-1 record in four professional bouts comprised of two submissions and one knockout. Chase has spent the majority of her career as a pro-MMA fighter with Invicta Fighting Championships and has earned a finish in all three of her victories with two first-round finishes. Chase is currently 2-0 under the banner of Invicta Fighting Championships with two finishes back to back. Chase was also a participant during the third instalment of Invicta FC’S Pheonix Rising Tournament, with her only victory during the tournament coming via unanimous decision.
At Valor Fighting Challenge 59, she faced Morgan Hickam and went on to defeat her via TKO in the first round to pick up the lone knockout victory of her career so far in the pro ranks. Then in her promotional debut with Invicta Fighting Championships at Invicta FC 37, Chase submitted Megan Crawley via rear-naked choke in round one to pick up her first win with Invicta Fighting Championships.
For her second appearance under the Invicta FC banner at Invicta FC 43, she tapped out Brittney Cloudy via rear-naked choke in the second round. The victory earned Chase the second submission win of her professional career. She also picked up win number two under the banner of Invicta Fighting Championships in the process. With a 100 per cent finish rate and youth on her side, Chase’s star is quickly rising to category five!