Yash Dasgupta gives a sneak peek into the story of his next

Yash Dasgupta, who last appeared in Pathakrit Basu’s romantic drama ‘Fidaa’, is now working on his next. Featuring Nusrat Jahan opposite Yash, the horror flick titled ‘Seven’ is being directed by eminent Bollywood scriptwriter Shagufta Rafique.
The upcoming film has already gained a lot of attention ever since it was announced and it seems Yash Dasgupta is also quite amazed by the story. “It is basically a horror film with a lot of
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So far just the lead pair has been finalised and the rest of the cast is yet to be decided. However, shooting of the film, produced by SVF, will start later this month in Kolkata and Darjeeling. Jeet Gannguli will compose the music for the film while Ravi Walia will be the DOP.
‘Seven’ will mark Shagufta Rafique’s directorial debut after cementing her place as a highly sought-after scriptwriter in Bollywood with films like ‘Woh Lamhe’, ‘Raaz- The Mystery Continues’, ‘Jism 2’, ‘Jannat 2’, ‘Ashique 2’ and ‘Raaz 3’.

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The Rangers are looking to take the division and advance to the World Series for the third consecutive times. For the Rangers, a win means AL West dominance for 2012. It is that simple. A win tonight means they win the AL West.

A lot is at stake,

The Rangers’ magic number is two games. The easiest thing to do is get a win on Monday, putting the division away early. As we learned from last season’s World Series, the Rangers are not the team to leave winning for another day.

Jarrod Parker takes the mound for the A’s again versus the Rangers. And meanwhile, the Rangers will send Martin Perez to the mound.

Parker is coming off three-run, six inning outing, defeating the Rangers last week. Perez did not go too far in his outing. He only got two outs an gave up five earned runs.

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The Rangers are looking to take the division and advance to the World Series for the third consecutive times. For the Rangers, a win means AL West dominance for 2012. It is that simple. A win tonight means they win the AL West.

A lot is at stake,

The Rangers’ magic number is two games. The easiest thing to do is get a win on Monday, putting the division away early. As we learned from last season’s World Series, the Rangers are not the team to leave winning for another day.

Jarrod Parker takes the mound for the A’s again versus the Rangers. And meanwhile, the Rangers will send Martin Perez to the mound.

Parker is coming off three-run, six inning outing, defeating the Rangers last week. Perez did not go too far in his outing. He only got two outs an gave up five earned runs.

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Morandin vs Ruiz

Morandin vs Ruiz: Watch Invicta 41 Free Online Fight PPV is official after the fighters on the card weighed in on Wednesday but one of the main event competitors failed to hit the mark

The main event features Janaisa Morandin, a familiar face to Invicta fans. Morandin has shared the cage with several of the promotion’s better-known recent stars. Unfortunately, Morandin hasn’t found much success in doing so. The Brazilian fighter draws Montserrat Ruiz for this showdown. Ruiz scorched the regional competition in her native Mexico, but she’s now out to rebound from a loss in her Invicta debut against Danielle Taylor.

The lineup also features young up-and-comer Erin Blanchfield, who is out to further her flyweight title aspirations when she meets Brogan Sanchez in the evening’s co-headliner. Blanchfield is enjoying a two-fight winning streak since suffering her first and only pro loss. The 31-year-old Sanchez, meanwhile, needs a rebound victory after suffering her own first pro loss against Pearl Gonzalez in October 2019.

The remainder of the six-fight lineup includes such notable names as Kaitlin Young, Kelly D’Angelo and Caitlin Sammons.

Invicta FC 41 takes place at PAL KC in Kansas City, Kan., on Thursday, July 30. The entire card streams live on UFC Fight Pass beginning at 8 p.m. ET. Combat Press writers Riley Kontek and Bryan Henderson preview the action in this edition of Toe-to-Toe.

Strawweight headliner Janaisa Morandin has had a tough ride under the Invicta banner, where she’s managed just one win through four appearances. Now, she’s set to face Montserrat Ruiz. Will Morandin finally have her hand raised again in victory?

Kontek: Morandin’s record with Invicta isn’t the prettiest, but look at who she has faced up to this point. She’s taken on a murderer’s row of talent, so the cage time she’s gotten is more valuable than the impact it has had on her record.

Two of her losses come to former champions and UFC fighters Livia Renata Souza and Virna Jandiroba. Her other setback was against Emily Ducote, who will likely fight for the vacant Invicta strawweight title a second time. Even in defeat, Morandin has gained valuable, top-level experience.

Ruiz is an exciting fighter, but her level of opposition has been sketchy at best. There isn’t a ton of good female talent in Mexico, so she is stepping up in competition by fighting Morandin.

Morandin has the edge in experience and skills, but Ruiz has the excitement factor to help this possibly become “Fight of the Night.” Morandin will get her hand raised here and save her job with the top women’s MMA promotion in the world.

Henderson: No argument here. The 25-year-old Morandin has had the bad fortune of fighting some of the best Invicta has had to offer at any given moment. Souza was a former champ when the pair met, and she used her decision nod over Morandin as a springboard to the UFC. Jandiroba won the title when she submitted Morandin and then she, too, departed for the big show. Ducote looks to be on a similar path. In a way, Morandin has become a top Invicta fighter and a gatekeeper between Invicta and the UFC.

Ruiz doesn’t appear to be a fighter who can crash through those gates. The Mexican upstart did win her first eight pro outings, but they came on the regional scene. Her toughest opponents were Annely Jimenez Garcia, who now holds a 10-5 mark while coming off a loss to a previously winless pro, and Sarai Saenz, who is now 2-2 while also coming off a loss to a fighter with a losing record. Once Ruiz did step up to fight tougher competition, she was handed a loss by Invicta’s Danielle Taylor.

Morandin might not find a finish against Ruiz, but she should do more than enough to earn the decision victory.

Brogan Sanchez is out to rebound from her first pro loss, which came last year against Pearl Gonzalez. How likely is she to find the win against Erin Blanchfield?

Henderson: Sanchez was riding high on a six-fight winning streak that included notable triumphs over Kate Da Silva, Cheri Muraski and Miranda Maverick prior to her encounter with Gonzalez. As has been the case throughout the 31-year-old’s career, the fight with Gonzalez went the distance. The difference was that Sanchez lost the verdict for the first time since launching her pro campaign five years earlier.

Gonzalez is a seasoned veteran, though. She even eclipses the aforementioned Da Silva due to strength of schedule. Gonzalez has shared the cage with the likes of Cortney Casey, Cynthia Calvillo, Poliana Botelho and Vanessa Porto. She’s capable of outpointing even a talented fighter like Sanchez over the course of three rounds.

The 21-year-old Blanchfield doesn’t have the veteran savvy of Gonzalez, but she’s been quite the wild card thus far in her young career. She managed a majority decision over fellow young up-and-comer Kay Hansen, who has since gone on to achieve success in the UFC. She barely lost to Tracy Cortez on the scorecards, and she recently demolished Victoria Leonardo with a head kick. She’s a very dangerous opponent for Sanchez, and she has something Sanchez seems to lack: finishing ability.

Sanchez could still squeak out a decision, but Blanchfield has more routes to victory and should play spoiler on Thursday night.

Kontek: This is going to be a close fight. Both women are very well rounded. Sanchez has the experience edge, while Blanchfield has the youth. Both ladies are tough as nails.

There really is no grappling edge. Sanchez is a good, strong grinder, while Blanchfield is likely the more savvy submission grappler. The striking edge is also a toss-up. Blanchfield has greatly improved, as seen in her knockout of Leonardo. Sanchez is a solid technician, but is not a knockout threat.

When the judges are called upon, there will be some contention on who did more to win. My guess is that the nod will go to Blanchfield, but it could really go either way.

Natalya Speece and Alexa Culp — do we need to know these names?

Kontek: I’ll be honest. Neither Speece nor Culp were on my radar as new prospects. Now that I have looked at their resumes and the tape, nothing has really changed.

Speece is 29 years old. That’s not old in general, but it is old for a person making their pro debut at this point in the sport. She has a Muay Thai background, but so do a large portion of female fighters. Speece isn’t a standout.

Culp, 20, has more promise because of her youth. She trains under James Krause and has plenty of time to improve her skills and build her resume. Even if she struggles early in her pro career, she has a long career ahead of her.

Henderson: It’s always tough to gauge rookies. Sometimes even a fighter who underwhelmed as an amateur can finally see everything click as a pro. In this case, we’re dealing with one youngster and another fighter who even had a serious gap in their ammy timeline.

Speece seemed to go back to the MMA drawing board after a 2016 ground-and-pound loss to Jennifer Penfield. She didn’t return until 2019, but that return came with four victories over the span of eight months. There’s a chance she could extend this success to her pro debut with Invicta, but it’s tough to say. Her wins at the amateur level came against a set of opponents who now hold a combined 3-7 record at the amateur level. There’s nothing here to suggest a breakout star.

Culp’s youth and strong camp are also backed by a 3-0 ammy run. She, too, hasn’t exactly fought any notable names, but she was able to dispose of her two most recent opponents via rear-naked choke submissions. Culp is definitely the more promising of these rookies, and she should demonstrate this with a tapout of Speece for a successful pro debut.

Which fight is the sleeper match-up on this card?

Henderson: Caitlin Sammons and Claire Guthrie. These two flyweights are extremely early in their respective careers, but they head into this match-up without a single blemish on their pro records. Sammons has already scored two finishes, and she could add to her highlight reel against Guthrie, whose record would be 1-1 if not for the fact that Phoenix Series tournament bouts counted only as exhibition fights.

Kontek: Thanks for stealing my sleeper match-up, bro! That is a fantastic fight. Meanwhile, my new sleeper pick is Kaitlin Young and Latoya Walker. Walker, who has been away for some time, has excellent boxing skills, and Young is a Muay Thai stylist. This could be a great striking match-up. The technical skills and accuracy of both ladies will make this a fight to watch.

Barracuda Championship 2020

Barracuda Championship 2020: Free Online Tee times tv channel format has been announced for the PGA Tour’s Barracuda Championship golf 2020 event played in the Reno-Tahoe area of California, against the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational.

The Barracuda Championship field is comprised of 132 players, competing over 72 holes. The Barracuda Championship is the only PGA Tour stroke-play event that uses the Modified Stableford scoring system. The Modified Stableford scoring system is a version of stroke or medal play that awards points based on how a player scores against par on each hole. Here’s how the points are distributed at the Barracuda Championship.

Modified Stableford scoring system points
Albatross: 8 points
Eagle: 5 points
Birdie: 2 points
Par: 0 points
Bogey: -1 points
Double bogey or worse: -3 points
The player with the highest total after 72 holes wins. After 36 holes, a cut is made to the top 65 and ties, consistent with PGA Tour cut rules and regulations.

The format promotes risk-taking because there is a limit on what can be lost (players can pick up when they know they’re going to make no better than double bogey), while only awarding points to those that can go low. It works well at Montreux Golf and Country Club, whose nines were switched a few years back to end with an exciting stretch to promote aggression.

In the event of a tie in points after 72 holes, the Barracuda Championship playoff format becomes a sudden-death stroke-play affair, with the player earning the fewest strokes on a playoff hole advancing or winning the tournament. The Barracuda Championship winner earns a two-season PGA Tour exemption and invitations into the Sentry Tournament of Champions and The Players Championship in 2020. The winner also earns 300 FedEx Cup points.
It’s a busy week in the world of golf and a WGC in Tennessee means an opposite event in California – the Barracuda Championship.

The only PGA Tour event played in a modified stableford format, this represents a once-in-a-season opportunity for some of those who haven’t managed to make it to Memphis to contend at a lower level under a different set of rules. Victory here comes with a place in next week’s PGA Championship and guarantees entry to the FedEx Cup Playoffs, so it’s no exaggeration to say it can change a career.

Collin Morikawa was always destined for the top, but his journey was accelerated with an impressive victory last year as he passed fellow birdie-blitzer Troy Merritt to underline what’s required. With two points for a birdie versus just one lost for a bogey, and five for an eagle versus three lost for a double or worse, aggressive golf pays off here. He who makes 18 pars will score zero points; two eagles, two doubles, seven birdies and seven bogeys in an equal round of 71 makes for 11.

Typically the discrepancies between scorecards and points tallies aren’t anywhere near as pronounced, but there can be absolutely no doubt that attacking play is encouraged, and those who do venture into the mountains near Reno often talk about a change in mindset.

Things have been complicated a little for this year’s renewal, as long-time host course Montreux decided to pass the baton to Tahoe Mountain Club’s Old Greenwood course, which is just a little longer and plays to a par of 71 rather than 72. It’s still a Jack Nicklaus design, which is a good starting point – especially as both of Morikawa’s wins have come on Nicklaus layouts, logical given that they tend to be described as ‘second shot’, a department in which Morikawa is just about the best in the world.

It looks similar, too, but with one less par-five to go at, and a reported course record of 67, this might be a little tougher. Nevertheless, expect a stronger-than-usual field to produce some low numbers with organisers encouraged to set things up to entertain. At 6,000ft above sea level the ball will fly a mile, and not even greens with false fronts and severe undulations in places are enough to expect anything other than a shootout.

The list of champions here is as varied as you’d expect, with former US Open winner Geoff Ogilvy and subsequent US Open winner Gary Woodland joined by J.J. Henry, Chris Stroud, Andrew Putnam and Greg Chalmers, before a superstar was born 12 months ago. Plenty of short-hitters have gone well down at Montreux and they will be in the conversation here, too, given that an adjusted yardage once altitude is factored in might be around the 6,600-mark – puny for the PGA Tour.

Ultimately though we are at a course we’re yet to see, and my staking plan is varied. The one thing that ties them all together is that each of the quintet played in last week’s 3M Open, the hope being they can follow Morikawa (albeit he played another event in-between) in carrying good form through to a course which ought to ask similar questions albeit with a few more sums to be done first of all.

WGC FedEx St Jude Invitational 2020

WGC FedEx St Jude Invitational 2020: Watch The Tiger Woods factor will be non-existent this week, WGC FedEx St Jude Invitational 2020 Free Online but many other stars of note will be in attendance at the last World Golf Championship event of the 2019-20 season,

Southwind has produced some interesting champions over the years, including Daniel Berger and Dustin Johnson (twice each). Johnson has struggled of late and withdrew from the 3M Open last week in Minnesota.

The featured groups are fabulous as you would expect from a field this loaded. Bryson DeChambeau, Jon Rahm and Rickie Fowler make up one trio, while Webb Simpson, Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth make up another. Brooks Koepka gets Viktor Hovland and Patrick Reed, while Justin Thomas draws Collin Morikawa and Hideki Matsuyama. Like I said: loaded.

This event was pure heavyweights last year as Koepka downed McIlroy and Simpson at the end. I expect more of the same this time around as we enter a key two-week stretch for the PGA Tour. Here’s a look at the schedule of events so you can watch all the action.

All times Eastern; streaming start times approximated

Rounds 1-2 — Thursday and Friday
Round starts: 12 p.m.
Featured groups: 12-7 p.m. — PGA Tour Live

Live TV coverage: 2-7 p.m. on Golf Channel
Live stream online: 2-7 p.m. on fuboTV (Try for free) and NBCSports.com

Radio: 1-7 p.m. on PGA Tour Radio

Round 3 — Saturday
Round starts: 9 a.m.
Featured holes and groups: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. — PGA Tour Live
Early TV coverage: 12-2 p.m. on Golf Channel

Live TV coverage: 2-6 p.m. on CBS
Live simulcast: 2-6 p.m. on CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports App

Radio: 1-6 p.m. on PGA Tour Radio

Round 4 — Sunday
Round starts: 9 a.m.
Featured holes and groups: 9 a.m. – 7 p.m. — PGA Tour Live
Early TV coverage: 1-3 p.m. on Golf Channel

Live TV coverage: 3-7 p.m. on CBS
Live simulcast: 3-7 p.m. on CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports App

Radio: 2-7 p.m. on PGA Tour Radio
The tournaments start getting serious on the PGA Tour this week, as the world’s best golfers tee-off at Memphis, Tennessee’s TPC Southwind for the 2020 WGC-FedEx St Jude Invitational ahead of PGA Championship. Taking place July 30 to August 2, it’s the third of four World Golf Championship ‘mini Majors’ that take place throughout the season, bringing together players from the PGA and European Tour as well as the Asian Tour, Japan Golf Tour, Sunshine Tour, and PGA Tour of Australasia. Wherever you are in the world, simply follow our guide to watch the PGA Tour online and get a WGC St Jude Invitational live stream the easy way.

2020 WGC St Jude Invitational
As usual, coverage is split between NBC’s Golf Channel and CBS in the US – and is exclusive to Sky Sports in the UK. That means. Rounds 1 and 2 get under way at 12pm ET/9am PT, or 5pm BST, this Thursday and Friday – while over the weekend play starts at 9am ET/6am PT/ 2pm BST.

New world no.1 Jon Rahm, who unseated Rory McIlroy with a win at the Memorial, enters as pre-tournament favorite for the first time. Last year’s winner Brooks Koepka is also expected to be in the mix, as are headwear supremo Bryson DeChambeau, youngster Collin Morikawa, and rookie Viktor Hovland.

Yep, the field is absolutely stacked this week and makes for some fantastic early round groupings. DeChambeau and Rahm are joined by Rickie Fowler to make up one power trio, while Rory McIlroy, Webb Simpson and Jordan Speith form another. Elsewhere, Koepka starts his title defence playing alongside WGC-Mexico Championship winner Patrick Reed and Hovland.

The only big name player missing out this week is Tiger Woods, who’s resting up ahead of the the first Major of the year – next week’s 2020 PGA Championship. With a purse in excess of $10.5 million, there’s sure to be plenty of drama over the weekend as the world’s top golfers compete for a winner’s cheque of nearly $1.75 million. Read on as we explain how to get a PGA Tour live stream and watch the WGC St Jude Invitational online today from anywhere in the world.

Also this weekend: how to watch an F1 live stream
How to watch the WGC St Jude Invitational from outside your country
We’ve got a full breakdown of country-by-country PGA viewing options below, but the first thing you should know is that anyone who might be abroad at the moment can still tune into the action as usual by using one of the best VPNs.

This nifty bit of software allows you to get around geo-blocking restrictions and watch golf online using the same PGA Tour live stream you normally would at home. Best of all, they only take a few minutes to set-up – and are seriously affordable.

Invicta FC 41

Invicta FC 41 Live: Free Fight Online MMA PPV Thursday night fights. It’s a new habit for Invicta Fighting Championships, but it gives fight fans a small fix in the middle of the workweek. On July 30, this fix consists of six bouts, capped off by a strawweight headliner, at Invicta FC 41.

The main event features Janaisa Morandin, a familiar face to Invicta fans. Morandin has shared the cage with several of the promotion’s better-known recent stars. Unfortunately, Morandin hasn’t found much success in doing so. The Brazilian fighter draws Montserrat Ruiz for this showdown. Ruiz scorched the regional competition in her native Mexico, but she’s now out to rebound from a loss in her Invicta debut against Danielle Taylor.

The lineup also features young up-and-comer Erin Blanchfield, who is out to further her flyweight title aspirations when she meets Brogan Sanchez in the evening’s co-headliner. Blanchfield is enjoying a two-fight winning streak since suffering her first and only pro loss. The 31-year-old Sanchez, meanwhile, needs a rebound victory after suffering her own first pro loss against Pearl Gonzalez in October 2019.

The remainder of the six-fight lineup includes such notable names as Kaitlin Young, Kelly D’Angelo and Caitlin Sammons.

Invicta FC 41 takes place at PAL KC in Kansas City, Kan., on Thursday, July 30. The entire card streams live on UFC Fight Pass beginning at 8 p.m. ET. Combat Press writers Riley Kontek and Bryan Henderson preview the action in this edition of Toe-to-Toe.

Strawweight headliner Janaisa Morandin has had a tough ride under the Invicta banner, where she’s managed just one win through four appearances. Now, she’s set to face Montserrat Ruiz. Will Morandin finally have her hand raised again in victory?

Kontek: Morandin’s record with Invicta isn’t the prettiest, but look at who she has faced up to this point. She’s taken on a murderer’s row of talent, so the cage time she’s gotten is more valuable than the impact it has had on her record.

Two of her losses come to former champions and UFC fighters Livia Renata Souza and Virna Jandiroba. Her other setback was against Emily Ducote, who will likely fight for the vacant Invicta strawweight title a second time. Even in defeat, Morandin has gained valuable, top-level experience.

Ruiz is an exciting fighter, but her level of opposition has been sketchy at best. There isn’t a ton of good female talent in Mexico, so she is stepping up in competition by fighting Morandin.

Morandin has the edge in experience and skills, but Ruiz has the excitement factor to help this possibly become “Fight of the Night.” Morandin will get her hand raised here and save her job with the top women’s MMA promotion in the world.

Henderson: No argument here. The 25-year-old Morandin has had the bad fortune of fighting some of the best Invicta has had to offer at any given moment. Souza was a former champ when the pair met, and she used her decision nod over Morandin as a springboard to the UFC. Jandiroba won the title when she submitted Morandin and then she, too, departed for the big show. Ducote looks to be on a similar path. In a way, Morandin has become a top Invicta fighter and a gatekeeper between Invicta and the UFC.

Ruiz doesn’t appear to be a fighter who can crash through those gates. The Mexican upstart did win her first eight pro outings, but they came on the regional scene. Her toughest opponents were Annely Jimenez Garcia, who now holds a 10-5 mark while coming off a loss to a previously winless pro, and Sarai Saenz, who is now 2-2 while also coming off a loss to a fighter with a losing record. Once Ruiz did step up to fight tougher competition, she was handed a loss by Invicta’s Danielle Taylor.

Morandin might not find a finish against Ruiz, but she should do more than enough to earn the decision victory.

Brogan Sanchez is out to rebound from her first pro loss, which came last year against Pearl Gonzalez. How likely is she to find the win against Erin Blanchfield?

Henderson: Sanchez was riding high on a six-fight winning streak that included notable triumphs over Kate Da Silva, Cheri Muraski and Miranda Maverick prior to her encounter with Gonzalez. As has been the case throughout the 31-year-old’s career, the fight with Gonzalez went the distance. The difference was that Sanchez lost the verdict for the first time since launching her pro campaign five years earlier.

Gonzalez is a seasoned veteran, though. She even eclipses the aforementioned Da Silva due to strength of schedule. Gonzalez has shared the cage with the likes of Cortney Casey, Cynthia Calvillo, Poliana Botelho and Vanessa Porto. She’s capable of outpointing even a talented fighter like Sanchez over the course of three rounds.

The 21-year-old Blanchfield doesn’t have the veteran savvy of Gonzalez, but she’s been quite the wild card thus far in her young career. She managed a majority decision over fellow young up-and-comer Kay Hansen, who has since gone on to achieve success in the UFC. She barely lost to Tracy Cortez on the scorecards, and she recently demolished Victoria Leonardo with a head kick. She’s a very dangerous opponent for Sanchez, and she has something Sanchez seems to lack: finishing ability.

Sanchez could still squeak out a decision, but Blanchfield has more routes to victory and should play spoiler on Thursday night.

Kontek: This is going to be a close fight. Both women are very well rounded. Sanchez has the experience edge, while Blanchfield has the youth. Both ladies are tough as nails.

There really is no grappling edge. Sanchez is a good, strong grinder, while Blanchfield is likely the more savvy submission grappler. The striking edge is also a toss-up. Blanchfield has greatly improved, as seen in her knockout of Leonardo. Sanchez is a solid technician, but is not a knockout threat.

When the judges are called upon, there will be some contention on who did more to win. My guess is that the nod will go to Blanchfield, but it could really go either way.

Natalya Speece and Alexa Culp — do we need to know these names?

Kontek: I’ll be honest. Neither Speece nor Culp were on my radar as new prospects. Now that I have looked at their resumes and the tape, nothing has really changed.

Speece is 29 years old. That’s not old in general, but it is old for a person making their pro debut at this point in the sport. She has a Muay Thai background, but so do a large portion of female fighters. Speece isn’t a standout.

Culp, 20, has more promise because of her youth. She trains under James Krause and has plenty of time to improve her skills and build her resume. Even if she struggles early in her pro career, she has a long career ahead of her.

Henderson: It’s always tough to gauge rookies. Sometimes even a fighter who underwhelmed as an amateur can finally see everything click as a pro. In this case, we’re dealing with one youngster and another fighter who even had a serious gap in their ammy timeline.

Speece seemed to go back to the MMA drawing board after a 2016 ground-and-pound loss to Jennifer Penfield. She didn’t return until 2019, but that return came with four victories over the span of eight months. There’s a chance she could extend this success to her pro debut with Invicta, but it’s tough to say. Her wins at the amateur level came against a set of opponents who now hold a combined 3-7 record at the amateur level. There’s nothing here to suggest a breakout star.

Culp’s youth and strong camp are also backed by a 3-0 ammy run. She, too, hasn’t exactly fought any notable names, but she was able to dispose of her two most recent opponents via rear-naked choke submissions. Culp is definitely the more promising of these rookies, and she should demonstrate this with a tapout of Speece for a successful pro debut.

Which fight is the sleeper match-up on this card?

Henderson: Caitlin Sammons and Claire Guthrie. These two flyweights are extremely early in their respective careers, but they head into this match-up without a single blemish on their pro records. Sammons has already scored two finishes, and she could add to her highlight reel against Guthrie, whose record would be 1-1 if not for the fact that Phoenix Series tournament bouts counted only as exhibition fights.

Kontek: Thanks for stealing my sleeper match-up, bro! That is a fantastic fight. Meanwhile, my new sleeper pick is Kaitlin Young and Latoya Walker. Walker, who has been away for some time, has excellent boxing skills, and Young is a Muay Thai stylist. This could be a great striking match-up. The technical skills and accuracy of both ladies will make this a fight to watch.