Invicta FC 26 weigh-in results: Kay Hansen on the mark, set to become youngest to compete in promotional history
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Strawweight prospect Kay Hansen made weight for her tilt at Invicta FC 26, tipping the scales at 114.4 pounds. With her MMA fight against Emilee Prince official, Hansen is set to become the youngest to ever compete for Invicta Fighting Championships in UFC history.

The 18-year-old will edge out Mizuki Inoue, who debuted for Invicta FC one month shy of her 19th birthday. As for Hansen's opponent -- the debuting Prince, she was on the mark at 115.5 pounds.

Elsewhere on the Invicta FC 26 fight card, headliners Jennifer Maia and Aga Niedźwiedź both made weight for their flyweight title collision. Maia was well under the max for the championship bout, weighing in at 123.3. Niedźwiedź, the surging, undefeated Polish challenger, weighed in at 124.6 pounds.

In the co-main, Mackenzie Dern shocked the world by making weight for her strawweight clash with Kaline Medeiros. Dern, who missed weight in the past at flyweight, weighed in at 115.9 pounds. Medeiros had no trouble making her mark, as she hit the scales at 115.8 pounds.

The Invicta FC 26 weigh-in did have some drama, however, with four fighters missing weight. Kinberly Novaes (121-8) came in well over the limit for her strawweight bout against Janaisa Morandin (115.4), and Vanessa Porto (127.6) was docked a significant portion of her purse for missing weight opposite Milana Dudieva (125.6).

Additionally, Amber Brown (106.3) came in heavy for her atomweight scrap vs. Tessa Simpson (105.4), and Amy Montenegro (117.6) came in heavy vs. Virna Jandiroba (114.3). Invicta FC 26, which emanates Dec. 8 from the Scottish Rite in Kansas City, Mo., airs live on UFC Fight Pass.