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“Strikeforce: Fedor vs. Rogers” Weigh-In Results; Rogers 32 lbs. heavier than Fedor

fedor-vs-rogersFiveOuncesofPain.com is here to bring all of you fight fanatics the latest updates on the weigh-in results from tomorrow evening’s “Strikeforce: Fedor vs. Rogers” card, as they happen.

The weigh-ins are taking place from the Sears Centre Arena in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, the same arena Saturday evening’s event is set to take place. You can catch all of the action tomorrow night live on CBS.

The fighters are set to begin hitting the scales right around 6 pm ET, so make sure to check back as we will be refreshing the results as they take place.

Fedor Emelianenko (232) vs. Brett Rogers (264)

Jason “Mayhem” Miller
(184) vs. Jake Shields (184.5)

Gegard Mousasi (205) vs. Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou (204)

Antonio Silva (263) vs. Fabricio Werdum (242)

Marloes Coenen (145) vs. Roxanne Modafferi (140)

Deray Davis (170.5) vs. Mark Miller (171)

Jeff Curran (145) vs. Dustin Neace (149.6)*

Shamar Bailey (170) vs. John Kolosci (171)

Nate Moore (184) vs. Louis Taylor (185.5)

Jonatas Novaes (155.5) vs. Christian Uflacker (156)

*Curran agreed to a catchweight bout of 149.6 pounds after Neace failed to make weight. Neace will forfit 20% of his purse to Curran due to the foul.

7 COMMENTS
  • Vogairian says:

    This is one of those situations where the weight difference just isn’t too big of an issue. I would figure Rogers should want nothing to do with Fedor on the ground or trying to clinch with him against the cage. Of course I’ve seen stranger things happen.

  • helterskelter says:

    True that Vogairian, but those 32 pounds will matter if Rogers connects with Fedor’s chin. It’s a longshot, but a punchers chance is as good a chance as any against an animal like Fedor.

  • edub says:

    Jeff Curran (145) vs. Dustin Neace (150.5) ??

  • MMA-LOGIC says:

    He is a big dude though and that can pose problems. I would not be at all surprised if they try and clinch, I can smell a sneaky game plan a mile away.

  • sellysel020 says:

    Fedor tosses big guys like rag dolls, but I really hope for a competive bout and not a one sided fedor whooping. Go Rogers! On another note does anyone see that Shields looks like he is definitely putting on size and Miller’s supposed size advantage isn’t seeming the case anymore. Go Curran too, that guy needs a win.

  • impact1 says:

    I watched the weigh in on HDNet… was that ever painfull. No back ground music to build up the hype, tons of unnecessary photo poses (even Mayhem was getting peeved), seemed to take forever to get the weight results to Jimmy Lennon Jr. Strikeforce has to learn to “up” the production value to build the momentum going into the fights… Like that 360 show – it doesn’t air here in Canada on CBS until 12:30 a.m. (Saturday). That’s the first airing of the show on its network – shame!
    I just hope tomorrows event is more organised than the weigh-ins!

  • FightFan313 says:

    If Rogers stays off of the ground, keeps his chin down and doesn’t get over agressive I think Rogers has a chance.

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