Invicta FC is changing things up at the broadcast booth for their upcoming Invicta FC 44 card.
Promotion officials announced via press release Wednesday that veteran fighters Miesha Tate and Yves Edwards would handle the call for the PPV event.
Tate and Edwards will provide color commentary alongside usual Invicta play-by-play man TJ De Santis. That leaves another fighter the odd woman out: Megan Anderson.
In a post to social media on Wednesday following the news of Tate and Edwards making the rounds, Anderson stated that she will continue to appear on future Invicta FC broadcasts.
“For everyone asking, AXS want a different broadcast team for the Invicta Phoenix Series and their PPV events… I’ll be working all the other shows,” Anderson wrote on her verified Twitter account.
Tate, a former UFC women’s bantamweight champion, recently returned to the octagon for the first time in over four years, defeating Marion Reneau. The win saw “Cupcake” jump to eighth in the division in the promotion’s official rankings.
Edwards, who competed in the UFC, WEC, Pride, Strikeforce, and Bellator, is no stranger to the broadcast booth, having worked as an analyst for FOX Sports UFC events, Dana White’s Contender Series, and the PFL.
Invicta FC 44 takes place Friday, Aug. 27 and will crown new champions in the strawweight and bantamweight divisions.