(Dave Mandel/Sherdog)Invicta FC Is More Than Just Cris Cyborg Demolishing People Dana Becker May 9, 2016 Events, News, Previews, Spotlight Honestly, when you think about Invicta FC, the first thought is likely one featuring Cris “Cyborg” Justino completely and utterly dominating another female fighter. That isn’t wrong, but the all-female promotion is more than just that. Sure, Cyborg is one of the top names in the sport and currently holds the featherweight title, but if you tune in this Saturday night to Invicta FC 17, you will see why they are more than just a stomping ground for her. The card, which airs live on UFC Fight Pass from the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa, California, features two title fights and six other bouts sure to provide fireworks. Start off with Tonya Evinger, the reigning Invicta FC bantamweight champion and arguably the best 135-pound fighter not currently in the UFC. Evinger (16-6) sports a eight-fight win streak that includes four consecutive finishes under the Invicta FC banner. In 2015, her fourth round finish of Irene Aldana netted her the title, which she defended last September with a second round finish of Pannie Kianzad. She also holds notable career wins over Cindy Dandois, Ediane Gomes, Sarah D’Alelio and Julie Kedzie, while sharing the cage with the likes of Gina Carano, Alexis Davis and Sara McMann. Her challenger, Colleen Schneider, has scored four consecutive wins – including a split decision in January over Raquel Pa’aluhi to become the top contender. At one point, the 34-year-old was just 6-6 in her career, but she’s now pushed her mark to 10-6 overall. Schneider started her career 0-3, including losses to Liz Carmouche and D’Alelio, but she has finished six of her opponents. In the co-main event, the red-hot Livia Renata Souza (9-0) puts her unbeaten run and strawweight belt on the line vs. Ultimate Fighter veteran Angela Hill. Souza captured the belt last year with a fourth round triangle choke win over Katja Kankaanpaa and earned her first title defense in January when he stopped DeAnna Bennett in just 90 seconds. Hill (4-2) came over in January from the UFC and promptly picked up finishes vs. Alida Gray and Stephanie Eggink to earn her shot at the belt. She lost to Carla Esparza on TUF in her quest to become UFC titleholder. The card also features Amanda Bell-Megan Anderson in what should be a featherweight barnburner, along with Shannon Sinn, Charmaine Tweet and Rachael Ostovich in action.