Originally written on 5thRound.com  |  Last updated 11/16/14

Sarah Kaufman (Pictured) is wasting no time in trying to get back in the win column. Less than 10 days after getting submitted by Strikeforce bantamweight queen Ronda Rousey, Kaufman has agreed to face Kaitlin Young at “Invicta 3.”

“Kaitlin is a very strong 135 pounder,” said Kaufman. “She’s got a lot of height and is quite technical in many areas. I’m excited to get in there against her, especially in the wake of the worst performance of my career. I’m hungry to get back in there and prove why I’m ranked at the top of my weight class.”

Memorial Hall in Kansas City, Kansas hosts the shindig. Tickets are currently on sale.

No word from the promotion on how the scraps will be made available for viewing. However, Invicta offered a live stream of their first two events on their official website.

Jessica Penne and Naho Sugiyama will battle to become the organization’s first atomweight champion.

Here is the card’s updated lineup:

Jessica Penne vs. Naho Sugiyama
Shayna Baszler vs. Sarah D’Alelio
Sarah Kaufman vs. Kaitlin Young
Barb Honchak vs. Aisling Daly
Tara LaRosa vs. Vanessa Porto
Leslie Smith vs. Cat Zingano
Michelle Waterson vs. Lacey Schuckman
Julia Budd vs. Elaina Maxwell
Carla Esparza vs. Lynn Alvarez
Ashley Cummins vs. Joanne Calderwood
Amy Davis vs. Stephanie Frausto
Jessamyn Duke vs. Marciea Allen
Tecia Torres vs. Kaiyana Rain
Katalina Malungahu vs. Taylor Stratford

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