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Invicta FC 11 Results: Justino vs. Tweets

Friday night, February 27, 2015, Invicta FC 11 fights included featherweight championship bout between title holder Cristiane “Cyborg” Justino and Charmaine Tweet. The title match headlined the eight bout fight card.

The fight card was streamed live via UFC Fight Pass. The preliminary card began at 10 p.m. EST and the main card started at midnight EST.

The fights were hosted at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California.

My MMA News delivered instant results for all the action that took place at Invicta FC 11.

In the main event, Justino looked like a “Cyborg” as she bulldozed Tweet to retain her featherweight title. Using two powerful left hooks, Justino stunned Tweet and capitalized after catching Tweets kick and landing a monster right straight. After punishing Tweet on the ground and forcing her nose to bleed. Once the two fighters reached their feet again, “Cyborg” delivered the finishing strikes, forcing referee Herb Dean to end the bout.

The co-main event between Grasso and Inoue delivered inside the cage, as both fighters gave the fans 15 minutes of great MMA action.

MAIN CARD (UFC Fight Pass, midnight ET)

(C) Cristiane Justino def. Charmaine Tweet – To retain the featherweight title via TKO in Round 1 at :46.

Alexa Grasso def. Mizuki Inoue via Unanimous Decision (30-26, 29-28, 29-28).

DeAnna Bennett def. Norma Rueda Center via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28).

Irene Aldana def. Colleen Schneider via submission, Rear-Naked Choke in Round 1 at 1:05.

PRELIMINARY CARD (UFC Fight Pass, 10 p.m. ET)

Jamie Moyle def. J.J. Aldrich via technical submission by Rear-Naked Choke in Round 1 at 2:20.

Amy Montenegro def. Brianna Van Buren Via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28).

Christine Stanley def. Laura Salazar via TKO in Round 1 at 2:59.

Aspen Ladd  def. Ana Carolina Vidal via TKO in Round 1 at 4:21.

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Kyle Carroll is a Long Island, N.Y. native and avid MMA and amateur wrestling fan. He has been a part of the wrestling community for nearly 20 years. Carroll has six years of experience coaching high school wrestling. His father coached high school wrestling over 35 years, passing on his strong knowledge. Carroll has been reporting MMA news since January 2011. The former wrestler’s coverage includes the 2012 U.S. Olympic Wrestling Team Trials, 2013 & 2016 NCAA D1 Wrestling Championship, and numerous MMA events (Bellator MMA, King of the Cage, North American Fighting Championship, and Glory).

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