Replay: Watch Mackenzie Dern Weigh In For Her UFC Fight Pass Debut With Invicta

Viral grappling sensation turned unbeaten female MMA fighter Mackenzie Dern just weighed in for her UFC Fight Pass debut with the all-female promotion of Invicta FC.

The talented and beautiful Brazilian jiu jitsu world champion has made a name for herself ever since entering the sport, and the world has continued to clasp on to her every move.

Now set to debut under the Invicta FC banner, on her way up the ranks she’s been most notably called the next Ronda Rousey.

With a marketable appearance, and equal fighting skills to match her killer good looks, Dern boasts an unbeaten fight record, and now faces her toughest test to date tomorrow night n UFC Fight pass.

The complete Invicta weigh-ins event can be seen below. But if you’re here just for Dern, cut to the chase, that’s above:

Dern faces Kaline Meideros at Invicta FC 26. She will be featured in the night’s co-main event in her very first fight with the promotion.

Invicta FC 26 goes down live on UFC Fight pass on December 08, 2017, from the Kansas City Scottish Rite Temple, in Kansas City, Missouri.

Dern recently discussed the hype she’s received since moving to professional mixed martial arts, stating to Bloodyelbow, “I just think [the Ronda Rousey comparison and hype is] a little bit unrealistic.”

“I don’t think girls were as aggressive with me as they would have been if I were unknown. They were concerned more about the defense. And I know for sure in the UFC, the girls there, they don’t care; they’re going to try and beat me up. So I feel like, for me to get better, all the attention made it a little harder for me.”

“But I don’t really think about it too much; If people think that I’m so good or they think that I’m so bad,. I just try and think about what’s the best for me. I’ve done so much with jiu-jitsu. So I’m glad to take that attention with me to MMA, but for sure I want to be able to build my own story in MMA, with my own accomplishments as not just a jiu-jitsu fighter, but an all round MMA fighter, too.”

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