88.9
TKO (Punches)
8:58
      The first round was pretty boring for most of the round, until Chandler took down Grizzelle with 90 seconds left, and pounded on her with some big punches while riding her back. Round one clearly goes to Chandler based on the strong ending to the round.
      Chandler threw some bombs early in the second round, dropped Grizzelle, and then pinned her against the fence, where she continued to slaugher her with some heavy ground & pound. Chandler passed to full mount, and continued to smash Grizzelle with heavy punches & elbows, Grizzelle magically swept her with 2 minutes left in the round, Chandler swept her almost immediately after that, they stood back up, clinched with 90 seconds left, Chandler dropped Grizzelle with some brutal punches, and the fight was stopped. That was a strong performance by Chelsea Chandler, and it's the first loss of Grizzelle's career.
86.8
Decision
15:00
      The first round was basically a boxing match, with Kleczka trying to mix in some takedowns, but Grizzelle was able to stuff all of her shots, and landed the better combinations throughout the round, so round one goes to Grizzelle.
     The second round was another round of boxing, with Grizzelle winning most of the exchanges, and then Kleczka attempted a standing arm-triangle choke halfway through the round, which Grizzelle just boxed her way out of. I have Grizzelle ahead 20-18 going into the final round.
     Kleczka tried to brawl her way to a victory in the third round, and she might have even won the round with her aggressiveness, but Grizzelle stayed cool, continued to work her slightly more technical boxing, and in the end, I scored this fight 29-28 for Brittney Grizzelle. All 3 judges agreed, giving her the unanimous decision victory in her Invicta debut.