Across The Pond Profile:: Invicta Fighting Championships fighter Serena Dejesus

Across The Pond Profile:: Invicta Fighting Championships fighter Serena Dejesus

Putting on the gloves and looking right in the eyes at your fear is only half the mountain to ascend for fighters that are dealing with invisible scars that fans do not get a glimpse of once they enter the arena of battle. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet a sun serpent of the dice ready to come up aces with a dash of gambler’s luck at Invicta FC 51 on January 18 in the promotion’s third appearance in the mile high city. A professional mixed martial artist since April 2018 and representing Xtreme Couture, Serena Dejsus owns a 5-2 record in seven pro appearances with all five of those victories coming via decision. Dejesus has fought for various organizations over the course of her career including Valor Fighting Challenge, Titan Fighting Championship, and Invicta Fighting Championships. She is 2-1 under the Invicta FC banner. 100 percent of her wins as a professional MMA fighter have gone to the scorecards. Dejesus has swept the majority of the scorecards clean across the board during her time as a professional mixed martial artist.

In her MMA debut at ICF 30 No Easy Fights, she faced Kelly Clayton and went on to defeat her via unanimous decision. Dejesus defeated Christina Ricker via unanimous decision at Valor Fighting Challenge 77. Then in the main event of Fusion Fight League, she defeated UFC veteran Elizabeth Philips via unanimous decision. Dejesus defeated Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series season one alumni Lauren Mueller via a split decision at Invicta FC 44 a new era. At Invicta FC 47, Dejesus defeated Brittney Cloudy via unanimous decision. The victory earned Dejesus the fifth decision win of her professional career. She also picked up back-to-back victories under the Invicta FC banner in the process.

On January 18 2023 at Invicta FC 51, she will take on Olga Rubin in an affair at bantamweight. Good luck Serena!

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