Felicia Spencer and Pam Sorenson both had no problem making championship weight for their title fight at Invicta FC 32. Spencer (143.7) was nearly two pounds under the maximum for a featherweight title bout, while Sorenson tipped the scales at 144.6.
On Nov. 15 in Shawnee, Okla., the event headliners were among 18 fighters to hit the scales for fight night. The weigh-in went down one night before the promotion runs a historic night of fights from the iconic FireLake Arena. In the Invicta FC 32 headliner, Spencer and Sorenson battle it out to determine the company's new 145-pound world champion.
There's plenty at stake in this meeting, as the winner may be in line for a call-up to the UFC in the near future. With the current season of "TUF" determining who's next to fight Cris "Cyborg" for the UFC's featherweight title, the winner of Spencer vs. Sorenson will be on the short list of possible contenders to meet the victor of that title bout. Spencer or Sorenson will probably end up competing against "Cyborg" or the winner of this season's "TUF," perhaps in early-2019.
In the co-main of Invicta FC 32, former 115-pound title challenger Mizuki Inoue (116.4) meets four-fight UFC vet Viviane Pereira (115.4) in a pivotal strawweight collision. The winner of that fight may also be in line for a UFC call-up in the not-so-distant future. Elsewhere on the card, Ashley Cummins (105.2) is set to tie Tonya Evinger's record (8) for most Invicta FC appearances. Cummins, who now fights out of San Diego Combat Academy, fights Jessica Delboni (105.1) at atomweight.
In other action, Alexa Conners (136) meets Julia Avila (135.8) at bantamweight. Additionally, flyweights collide, as rising prospects Kay Hansen (124.8) and Erin Blanchfield (125) go toe-to-toe. Combat Press has a listing of the complete weigh-in results for the show. Invicta FC 32, which airs live Nov. 16 on UFC Fight Pass, marks the promotion's debut in Oklahoma.