A year before InvictaFC started promoting all-female MMA cards, I had a conversation with a local promoter who suggested that an all-women organization would never succeed. Today, more people have heard of InvictaFC than his local MMA show, and he hates when I bring that up. I’m sure my ‘U Mad?” t-shirt didn’t help things along when I saw him three weeks ago on his weigh in stage. It’s hard for some men to give women credit for anything. Not us. We give women credit for everything, and we couldn’t be any happier for fighters like Katalina Malungahu and organizations like InvictaFC who strive to make her a household name. We’re also happy that after the dust settles from Bellator and the UFC counter-programming one another on Friday, we can all sit in a circle around a television and watch Invicta tomorrow night. It’ll be just like summer camp, but with less mosquitoes.