Invicta is the largest all female MMA promotion in the world and has proven to be the battlegrounds for the best young women fighters on the planet. With the continued emergence of WMMA, and MMA as a whole, we bring you the latest odds for Invicta.
Invicta 18 Odds
Invicta takes to Kansas City, Missouri for Invicta 18 – their fifth card on the 2016 calendar. The main event will feature undefeated prospect Alexa Grasso taking on veteran Jodie Esquibel.
Alexa Grasso has amazing hands with her boxing acumen making her one of the best prospects in the world. She throws quick combinations and then quickly moves out of the pocket to set up another flurry. Head movement is also an important aspect to Grasso’s game, as there has yet to be an opponent to really land anything significant against her.
Jodie Esquibel is moving up to fight at strawweight for the first time in her career, as she has spent the first six fights at atomweight. She is a former boxer who has based her MMA style on grinding out opponents with her strikes. Esquibel has been training with Mike Winkeljohn since she was just 14 years old and it shows in the standup game.
Here’s the odds for Invicta FC 18:
Invicta FC 18 Odds
Odds as of July 29 at 5Dimes
- Jodie Esquibel +305
- Alexa Grasso -425
- Christine Stanley +140
- Agnieszka Niedzwiedz -180
- Lynn Alvarez +315
- Mizuki Inoue -445
- Jessamyn Duke +150
- Cindy Dandois -190
- Peggy Morgan +250
- Megan Anderson -350
Invicta 17 Odds
Invicta heads to Costa Mesa, California for their 17th event, which will feature two title fights. The main event pits Bantamweight Champion Tonya Evinger against Colleen Schneider. The co-main event will see undefeated submission specialist Livia Renata Souza defend her Strawweight title against Angela Hill – the Muay Thai (and social media) expert.
Tonya Evinger has been on an absolute tear, as she enters the bout on an eight fight-winning streak. ‘Triple Threat’ is a finisher with 14 of her 17 career wins coming via stoppage including each of her past four. Evinger is as tough as they come too, as she has never been knocked out in her 10-year career.
Colleen Schneider has a black belt in taekwondo and enters her title bout on a four-fight winning streak. Schneider has diversified her attack quite a bit since joining Combat Submission Wrestling in 2013, as she has gone 7-2 with two victories via submission and one via TKO.
Livia Renata Souza is a monster. Souza, 25, is a perfect 9-0 with only three of her opponents ever making it out of the first round. The Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt is potentially the best female submission fighter in the world with seven of her career wins coming via sub.
Angela Hill has a varied striking attack and will attack with punches, kicks, knees and elbows. Since joining Invicta, Hill is 2-0 with both victories coming via T/KO. ‘Overkill’ is still young and raw, as she’s only been a professional since 2014, but we have seen her takedown defense get better with each appearance.
- Tonya Evinger -600
- Colleen Schneider +400
- Angela Hill +130
- Livia Renanta Souza -170