"Ok we saw the tweets and the fans want to see @Nicdali in the Invicta Cage," the promotion posted on Twitter.
While Invicta FC officials have not yet officially confirmed Calanoc for the Invicta FC 5 card, MMA forums across the internet are flowing with the rumor that she'll be fighting 22-year-old atomweight contender Stephanie Frausto.
Frausto, 22, is ranked No. 6 in the division, while Calanoc is ranked No. 10.
Calanoc, 27, dropped two of her last three bouts, but she's coming off a convincing victory over Angelica Chavez at Invicta FC 2.
As for Frausto, she's coming off a loss to Cassie Rodish at Invicta FC 4.
Invicta FC 5 official fight announcements include Vanessa Porto (15-5) vs Barb Honchak (7-2) for the inaugural Invicta FC flyweight title, and an atomweight title bout between Jessica Penne (10-1) and Michelle Waterson (10-3).
Invicta FC President Shannon Knapp said Invicta FC fans can also expect to see the return of Invicta vets Bec Hyatt (4-2), Rose Namajunas (1-0) and Veronica Rothenhausler (1-0), as well as the promotional debut of ex-Strikeforce champ Sarah Kaufman (15-2).
Knapp said Invicta FC 5 was targeted for April 13, but she'll look at other dates since the UFC will host the TUF 17 Finale on the same night.
Knapp did not rule out another partnership with Ustream despite a breakdown in the company's paywall system at Invicta FC 4, which resulted in Invicta losing thousands of dollars.
"Yeah, absolutely, would I use them again? Yeah," Knapp said of Ustream. "If we do not have a [television] deal in place at that time, I'm sure we'll go back in and give it another whirl. I mean, why not? Why wouldn't we? It's a natural progression in the business, and we ask for very minimal, fan-friendly price points."
MMA fans can tweet the matchups they would like to see to @invictafights. While it's no guarantee the top suggested matchups will be added to the card, the promotion will undoubtedly take fan picks into consideration when deciding matches to put together for Invicta FC 5.
Invicta FC 5 will be held at the Bren Events Center in Irvine, Calif., with a targeted date of mid-April.