Invicta FC 55: Bernardo vs. Rubin Official Weigh-in Results

KANSAS CITY, Kan. — On Thursday, June 27, Invicta Fighting Championships hosted the weigh-ins for Invicta FC 55: Bernardo vs. Rubin, which takes place Friday, June 28 from Memorial Hall.

Invicta FC 55 will feature the first title defense for Brazilian bantamweight Talita Bernardo (10-4). The UFC veteran captured the 135-pound title at Invicta FC 51, dethroning then-champion Taneisha Tennant via unanimous decision. Challenging for gold will be “Big Bad” Olga Rubin (9-3). The England-based fighter is fresh off a “Submission of the Year” performance at Invicta FC 53, where she scored the first buggy choke finish in promotion history.

The card also features the promotional return of strawweight Kay Hansen (7-6). The 24-year-old made her professional debut in the Invicta cage in 2017 and scored five wins with the organization. She will re-enter the 115-pound ranks fresh off a four-fight UFC stint. Hansen’s opponent will be undefeated Colombian sensation Sayury Cañon (3-0). Cañon most recently competed at Invicta FC 52, defeating Amanda Macioce.

Invicta FC 55: Bernardo vs. Rubin will air live on CBS Sports Network at 9 p.m. ET. Preliminary card action will stream live on Invicta’s official YouTube Channel and Facebook Page at 7 p.m. ET.

Below are the results of the event’s weigh-ins:

Bantamweight Title: Talita Bernardo (134.6) vs. Olga Rubin (134.9)
Strawweight: Kay Hansen (115.2) vs. Sayury Cañon (115.2)
Atomweight: Saori Oshima (104.6) vs. Andressa Romero (105.7)
Bantamweight: Taylor Guardado (137.4)* vs. Yoko Higashi (135.5)
Atomweight: Elisandra “Lili” Ferreira (105.7) vs. Katie Saull (105.8)
Flyweight: Zoe Nowicki (125.4) vs. Josiane Oliveira (125.1)
Flyweight: Fallon Johnson (126) vs. Violeta Mendoza (124.7)

* – Guardado missed the bantamweight limit of 136 pounds and was fined 25 percent of her fight purse

About Invicta FC:
A subsidiary of Anthem Sports and Entertainment, Inc., Invicta Fighting Championships is breaking barriers in women’s sports as the premier all-female promotion delivering unparalleled world championships and all-pro mixed martial arts (MMA) events. The history-making Invicta FC continues to pave the way for all to follow, providing female athletes from around the globe with a major platform where they are able to compete against other top talent. Founded in 2012 by veteran MMA executive Shannon Knapp, Invicta is pioneering the future growth of women’s MMA, putting the spotlight on the absolute best match-ups while identifying and developing the sport’s future stars. Follow Invicta on Instagram (@InvictaFC), TikTok (@InvictaFC), X (@InvictaFights) and Facebook (InvictaFights) for all the latest information. Watch Invicta FC live events on CBS Sports Network.