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Tiffany Van Soest meets Kalyn “.50 Kal” Schwartz at Invicta FC 19


Invicta FC 19 adds Kalyn Schwartz vs Tiffany Van Soest
Invicta FC 19 adds Kalyn Schwartz vs Tiffany Van Soest

Invicta Fighting Championships today announced the last match-up for Invicta FC 19, finalizing the eight-fight card.

The organization announced last week that Muay Thai champion Tiffany “Time Bomb” Van Soest will make her professional mixed martial arts debut on Friday, Sept. 23.

Her opponent at Invicta 19, streaming live and exclusively via UFC Fight Pass from Scottish Rite Temple in Kansas City, Mo., will be Oregon’s Kalyn “.50 Kal” Schwartz. Schwartz, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran, is also making her first professional appearance on the heels of an undefeated amateur career that includes six victories.

Invicta FC 19 is headlined by newly crowned interim flyweight champion Jennifer Maia (13-4-1) putting her belt on the line against challenger Roxanne “The Happy Warrior” Modafferi (19-12). In the co-main event, Japanese star Ayaka Hamaski (13-1) defends her atomweight championship against surging Jinh Yu Frey (5-1).

The complete eight-fight card for Invicta FC 19 can be found below:

Interim Flyweight Title: Jennifer Maia (13-4-1) vs. Roxanne Modafferi (19-12)
Atomweight Title: Ayaka Hamasaki (13-1) vs. Jinh Yu Frey (5-1)
Bantamweight: Irene Aldana (5-2) vs. Faith Van Duin (6-2)
Strawweight: Manjit Kolekar (8-0) vs. Kaline Medeiros (7-4)
Strawweight: Tiffany Van Soest (0-0) vs. Kalyn Schwartz (0-0)
Atomweight: Julia Jones (4-0) vs. Stephanie Skinner (4-5)
Featherweight: Amber Leibrock (1-1) vs. Amy Coleman (2-0)
Strawweight: Ashley Greenway (1-0) vs. Sunna Rannveig Davidsdottir (0-0)

Tickets for Invicta FC 19 are on sale now for $75, $50, and $35 at

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