On Saturday, April, 28 at Invicta Fighting Championships 1: "Coenen vs. Ruyssen" at Memorial Hall in Kansas City, Missouri
Nicdali "Night Queen" Rivera-Calanac (7-5-0) will go up against Amy "Lil Dynamite" Davis (2-2-0) in a 105-pound professional MMA match.
Nicdali is 5'3 26 year old fighter from Tulsa, Oklahoma. She trains with Underdawgs Fight Team.
She is dropping down to 105-pounds for the very first time after her most recent unanimous decision loss to Felice Herrig in May of last year.
Before that fight Nicdali had defeated Summer White (0-1) by TKO.
Nicdali's wins have come against Shoni Esquiro (1-2), Shawn Tamarabuchi (1-4), Stephanie Palmer (0-6-0) Jen Babcock (3-2-0), Tammie Schneider (3-11), Sarika Patel (0-1). It could be said that Nicdali has not defeated top competition so far in her career. This will be the biggest fight of her career, in what I feel to be her perfect weight class.
Her losses have come against Sally Krumdiak, Miku Matsumoto, Angela Magana (split-decision) and Patty Lee. By this list you can see that Nicdali has faced very top competition in her career.
Nicdali is known as a stand up fighter with four of her wins coming by TKO.
Amy is a 5'3 37 year old fighter from Idaho fall, Idaho. She trains at and owns Davis Muay Thai.
Amy is coming off of a very impressive TKO victory over Meghan Wright in October of last year.
Before that match Amy was on a two fight losing streak including a very controversial loss in Japan against Misaki Takimoto. The only other loss on her record came against Jessica Penne.
The other win on her record came in her professional MMA debut against Jennifer Berg.
Amy is known as a stand up fighter with both her MMA wins coming by TKO. Not to mention the fact that Amy has over 20 fights as a professional Muay Thai and Kickboxing fighter.