Knapp thinks Invicta FC has the potential to hold up to eight shows in a 12-month period if the promotion finds a broadcast partner to work with.
As of Jan. 22, Invicta FC streams online and is not televised.
"As far as fight cards go we always commit to four, no less, that's a good number and its about one every three months," Knapp said. "Could I see us doing six to eight? I think with a broadcast partner that is possible. We'll never do more than that in a 12 month period."
"2013 is to continue to educate and break down barriers and fight this fight until everyone is on board," Knapp added. "We need to start to monetize. Within our company finding ways to monetize and bring in more revenue in and opportunities for the girls to make more money. To us it's all about the promotion and making it stable so the girls can fight, build those divisions and make more money. They need more money to survive and we're committed to helping them achieve those goals."
Invicta FC 5 is slated for early-April in Irvine, Calif.
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. Apr. 6 is another possibility for Invicta FC 5, but the UFC is holding a live event in Sweden that night.
"Moving forward we have to look for a broadcast partner," Knapp explained. "I think a stable platform is a television broadcast partner. I think we're in a position now, we're growing by leaps and bounds. It's always been our goal anyway but we just didn't want to be at that point where it's a necessity."