2015 IMMAF world champion Minna Grusander joins Invicta, set for March 24 debut

Former IMMAF world champion Minna Grusander has officially joined Invicta Fighting Championships, the world’s leading all-Women’s MMA promotion, reported by MMAViking.com.

In 2015 Grusander defeated three opponents at the IMMAF World Championships in Las Vegas, USA, claiming the Women’s Strawweight gold medal for Finland before turning professional later that year.

28-year-old “Brutsku” has since accumulated an impressive 5-1 pro record, catching the eye of Invicta head Shannon Knapp.

Grusander’s sole loss came at the hands of now UFC contender Syuri Kondo (6-0), who secured a unanimous decision win in their headline encounter at Pancrase 284 in Japan. Since then, the Finn is on a streak of three victories, each triumph being secured via stoppage.

At Invicta FC 28: Jandiroba vs. Morandin, Grusander takes on 29-year-old Brazilian Fernanda Priscila (2-1), taking place at the Union Event Center in Salk Lake City, Utah. The event will be broadcast via UFC Fight Pass.

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