The Coastal Destroyers featuring Invicta FC fighters Kay Hansen and Lisa Spangler

The Coastal Destroyers featuring Invicta FC fighters Kay Hansen and Lisa Spangler

In their promotional history, Invicta FC has seen a ton of female firestarters burst onto the Women’s MMA scene in show-stopping fashion. In today’s episode of Across The Pond,Ā you will meet two coastal destroyers whose flare for show-stopping action has their professional MMA journeys off to a sizzling start.

Kay Hansen –Ā A professional since December 2017 and representingĀ 10th Planet Fullerton,Ā 19-year oldĀ Kay HansenĀ owns a 3-1 record in four career bouts as a professional comprised of two knockouts and one submission. Two of Hansen’s three career victories as a professional have come under the Invicta FC banner. In her MMA debut at Invicta FC 26, she submittedĀ Emilee PrinceĀ via armbar in the first round. Then at California Cage Wars 7: Outdoor Supershow Hansen defeated Gabby RomeroĀ via TKO in the third round. For her third outing with Invicta FC at Invicta FC 31, she defeatedĀ Helen PeraltaĀ via TKO in round three to score her second knockout victory as a professional. At Invicta FC 32 on November 16, Hansen will faceĀ Erin BlanchfieldĀ in a flyweight affair. Good luck Kay!

Lisa Spangler –Ā A professional since May 2018 and representing Gracie Barra Portland,Ā 22-year oldĀ Lisa SpanglerĀ holds a perfect 3-0 record with all three of those wins coming via decision. Spangler is 2-0 under the Invicta FC banner. In her MMA debut at Invicta FC 29, she defeatedĀ Sarah KleckzaĀ via unanimous decision.Ā Ā Spangler also defeatedĀ Kelly ClaytonĀ via majority decision at CageSport 52. For her second appearance with Invicta FC at Invicta FC 31, she defeatedĀ Shanna YoungĀ via split decision to secure back to back victories with Invicta FC and extended her unbeaten streak to three to begin her professional career. This budding Pacific destroyer could very well be Invicta FC’S next bantamweight breakthrough!

Kay’s post-fight interview at Invicta FC 26 following her first-round submission of Emilee Prince

 

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