Rocky Mountain Wolverine featuring Invicta FC fighters Alyse Anderson and Cheri Muraski

Invicta Fighting Championships has steadily risen in the world of Women’s MMA in the space of just 30 events thanks to a mixture of worldwide acclaim and staying true to their homegrown roots. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet two fearsome females whose fearless moxy and embracement of the big stage make them prime to become Women’s MMA next breakthrough pair.

Alyse Anderson – A professional since November 2015 and representing Team Curran, Alyse Anderson owns a 4-1 record in five career bouts as a professional comprised of two knockouts, one submission and one decision. Anderson has competed for Total Warrior Combat and Invicta FC. In her MMA debut at Total Warrior Combat 28, she defeated Chrissie Daniels via TKO in the first round. Then at TWC 29, Anderson defeated Rachel Sazoff via unanimous decision. For her final outing with Total Warrior Combat at TWC Pro Series, she defeated Tushara Veerella via TKO in round three. In her second appearance for Invicta FC at Invicta FC 30, Anderson submitted Stephanie Alba in the second round via triangle choke to secure her first win under the Invicta FC banner. Five fights into her pro MMA journey has this well-rounded wolverine clawing at the surface!

Cheri Muraski-A professional since October 2016 and representing Easton Training Center, Cheri Muraski holds a 4-2 record in six career bouts as a professional comprised of three submissions and one decision. Muraski has fought for Invicta FC, KOTC and SCL. In her MMA debut at South Valley Slam, Muraski defeated Kaytlin Neil via unanimous decision. She defeated her next two opponents via submission in Jamie Milanowski and Shannon Sinn. For her debut outing with Invicta FC at Invicta FC 25, Muraski submitted Tracy Cortez via guillotine choke in the round to score her third tap out in a row. With 75% of her of her professional wins ending in submission, you would be wise to stand clear of this avalanche!

Alyse’s third round TKO at  TWC Pro Series

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