MMA fighter Hoy wants women to be fighters

After persevering through domestic abuse in her past, Invicta Fighting Championship’s Jessica Hoy encourages others who’ve been through similar experiences to get the help they need.

A fighter and mother of three, Jessica Hoy hopes her success in mixed martial arts will mean a better life for her family. She has also enlisted all of her children into MMA programs to teach them self-defense .

Hailing from Washington state, Hoy moved to Las Vegas to further her MMA career and trains out of Syndicate MMA. Her dream is to one day compete in the Ultimate Fighting Championship. With a 1-0 professional record, Hoy welcomes the opportunity of fighting for the all-female MMA promotion where she’ll step into the cage against the undefeated Aspen Ladd at Invicta FC 18.

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