The promotion announced the card on Tuesday. Invicta FC 41 takes
place behind closed doors in Kansas City and airs on UFC Fight Pass
at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT. The card will utilize
open scoring, meaning that judges’ scorecards will be public
knowledge after each round instead of at the end of the fight.
A former strawweight title challenger, Morandin has lost three of
her last four bouts. Most recently, the 25-year-old Brazilian
suffered a first-round TKO defeat to Emily
Ducote at Invicta FC 36 on Aug. 9. “Evil Princess” is 10-3 as a
professional, with six victories coming inside the distance.
Mexico’s Ruiz made her promotional debut at Invicta FC 33, where
she suffered a unanimous decision loss to UFC veteran Danielle
Taylor. The Bonebreakers Team representative began her pro
tenure with eight consecutive triumphs on the regional circuit.