Angela Hill has signed with all-female promotion Invicta Fighting Championships following a two-fight losing streak in the UFC.
Hill announced the news via Twitter on Tuesday, and Invicta FC President Shannon Knapp subsequently confirmed the signing.
“Happy to announce that I’ll be fighting for Invicta FC in the very near future,” Hill wrote. “Big thanks to everyone for all the continuing support and new management Suckerpunch Entertainment for hooking it all up.”
Hill appeared on “The Ultimate Fighter 20” which helped to introduce the strawweight division into the UFC before eventually crowning Carla Esparza the inaugural 115-pound champion at season’s end. Hill defeated Emily Kagan via unanimous decision at the reality’s finale but had fallen on hard times of late, suffering back-to-back losses against Tecia Torres and Rose Namajunas. “Overkill” had just one professional fight under her belt before joining the cast of “TUF 20.”