Fatal Femme Fighting had their second show on July 14 at the Crystal Casino in Los Angeles. For the most part, the featured fighters also appeared for FFF on the first show. So they're trying to build an in house roster. They also brought several fighters over from Japan. Most of them are associated with Megumi Yabushita's Tomoe-gumi dojo. The main event had FFF Flyweight Champ Lisa Ward defending against the less experienced Taeko Nagamine. She replaced Misaki Takimoto. Ward wasted no time overpowering Nagamine. She took her down, mounted her and proceeded to hammer her with head shots (pictured). Ward finished her with a rear naked choke at 2:37 of round one. Lisa Ward is building a strong reputation. With Megumi Fujii coming to Bodog, Ward wants to fight her but there is a significant weight difference.
In other bouts, Ginelle Marquez dominated Megumi Yabushita and won an easy unanimous decision. Yabushita tried to come back with strikes in round three but it was so bad that fans were yelling for the ref to stop the match. Yabushita will be back in action next week at a Smackgirl show. Brazilian Vanessa Porto was knocked down early by Tanya Evinger but she came back and hooked an armbar for the win at 2:14 of round one. Porto will now get a shot at Roxanne Modaferri's FFF 135lb. title.
Angela Samaro easily won her MMA debut over Crystal Harris with an armabar at 1:08 of round two. Pro wrestler Sumie Sakai tried to use judo throws on Jessica Pene but an attempted arm drag turned into an armbar and a win for Pene at 33 seconds of round three. Sophie Bagerdai won over Stephanie Palmer at 1:07 of round one. The ref stopped the match when Palmer suffered a foot injury. She was carried out on a stretcher and taken to hospital. Yoko Takahashi defeated Keiko Tomai at 2:27 of round one with a kneebar. The main thing to come out of this show is we all need to keep an eye on Lisa Ward's activities. She is rapidly becoming a top tier fighter in a weight class normally dominated by the Japanese.