MMA Fighter Liz McCarthy Reveals Her Fitness & Diet Secrets

Liz McCarthy is an American mixed martial artist who competes in the Atomweight division. She is currently signed with Invicta FC. Liz McCarthy competed at Invicta 2 and 4. She returned at Invicta FC 9.

Liz is an MMA fighter from the Portland, Oregon area. With an amateur record of 6-0, Liz held the Budofights 105lb title, the Tuff N Uff 110lb title, and the FCFF 115lb title. Liz has made the leap to professional mixed martial arts where she currently competes for the world class premier womens MMA organization Invicta Fighting Championship. Her height is 5’2″ and weighs about 105lbs.

Achievements of Liz McCarthy

Result Fighter Event Held on

ResultFighterEventHeld on
WinCassie RobbICF – Intense Championship Fighting-1316th May 2014 Decision (Unanimous)
WinJessica PhilippusInvicta FC 2 – Baszler vs. McMann28th July 2012 TKO (Doctor Stoppage)



Amateur Fights

ResultFighterEventHeld on
WinLiz TracyFCFF – Rumble at the Roseland-6121st January 2012 Decision (Split)
WinJordan McDonaldTuff-N-Uff – Total Annihilation26th August 2011 Submission (Flying Triangle Choke)
WinSarah LagerstromBudo Fights 5 – Fists and Flowers14th May 2011 Submission (Guillotine Choke)
WinShawnee MerrellBudo Fights 3 – Resilience8th January 2011 Submission (Armbar)
WinCrystal JewellBudo Fights 2 – Evolution21st August 2010 TKO (Punches)
WinElizabeth KelleyFCFF – Rumble at the Roseland-506th March 2010 TKO (Retirement)

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