Robb, 22, hopes to square off against an up-and-coming pro atomweight who is willing to stand toe-to-toe to put on an explosive fight for the fans.
The final decision will ultimately come down to Invicta FC boss Janet Martin, but Robb is learning a lot about what MMA fans want to see by asking them to play the role of matchmaker.
Among the top names thrown out by fans were Nicdali Rivera-Calanoc (8-6), Sarah Goodlaxson (4-3), Laura Sanko (1-0) and Jessica Philippus (0-1).
Of the four aforementioned fighters, Rivera-Calanoc and Sanko are the two who already have deals in place with Invicta FC.
"I have a lot of faith in Janet Martin," Robb said. "She picked the perfect opponent for my debut so I'm anxious to see who she picks next."
Robb hit the proverbial nail on the head in her assessment of Martin's matchmaking abilities, as she engaged in an exciting back-and-forth tilt with Laura Sanko in her pro debut on Jan. 5 at Invicta FC 4.
Robb scored a terrific single-leg takedown in the first round of her fight against Sanko, and Invicta FC color commentator "King" Mo Lawal awarded the opening frame in her favor.
In round two, Sanko sank in a gorgeous rear-naked choke when Robb gave up her back, and the ref called a stop to the bout at the 1:07 mark of the second stanza.
"I'm sure they will have me against another debut girl or someone with a close record," Robb said of Invicta.
No word yet if Robb is officially on the Invicta FC 5 card, but she confirmed that her contract is a multi-fight deal.
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