On Friday, Nov. 20, Invicta Fighting Championships will host its 43rd event from Kansas City, Kan.
The event was slated to be headlined by a strawweight title fight between Emily Ducote and Mexico’s Montserrat “Conejo” Ruiz. However, COVID-19 forced the bout to be postponed to a later date.
The new headliner features the featherweight debut of PFL lightweight champion Kayla Harrison. The two-time Olympic gold medalist judoka will take on Colorado’s Courtney King.
The action airs live on UFC Fight Pass beginning at 8 p.m. ET.
The fighters hit the scales on Thursday, Nov. 19.
Courtney King (145.2) vs. Kayla Harrison (145.9)
Stephanie Geltmacher (124.9) vs. Caitlin Sammons (124.2)
Brittney Cloudy (137.3)* vs. Hope Chase (135.9)
Alexa Culp (115.6) vs. Meaghan Penning (115.9)
Juliana Miller (125.2) vs. Kendal Holowell (125.8)
# – The bout between Ducote and Ruiz was postponed due to COVID-19
* – Cloudy missed the bantamweight limit of 136 pounds and was fined 25 percent of her fight purse
Additionally, former featherweight title challenger Kaitlin Young weighed in as a reserve fighter, hitting the scale at 145.9 pounds.