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Bellator 21 Weigh-In Results

HOLLYWOOD, Fla. (June 9, 2010) — On the eve of Bellator Fighting Championships much-anticipated show at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, the fighters competing in tomorrow’s event participated in an official weigh-in earlier this evening.

Bellator 21 will be broadcast live in prime time nationwide on Thursday on FOX Sports Net and during special Bellator highlight shows this Saturday night on NBC, Telemundo and mun2.

The official results of the weigh-in are as follows:


Pat Curran (155.5 lbs.) vs. Toby Imada (155.5 lbs.) @ 155 lbs.

Megumi Fujii (118.5 lbs.) vs. Sarah Schneider (119.5 lbs.) @ 120 lbs.

Mike “300” Hayes (235 lbs.) vs. Steve Banks (265.25 lbs.) @ 265 lbs.

Eric Luke (137.5 lbs.)* vs. Zach Makovsky (135.5 lbs.) @ 135 lbs.


Jose Figueroa (155.5 lbs.) vs. Luis Palomino (153.75 lbs.) @ 155 lbs.

Sabah Homasi (174.5 lbs.) vs. Frank Carrillo (175 lbs.) @ 175 lbs. (previously negotiated CW)

Chris Boffil (184 lbs.) vs. Moyses Gabin (184.5 lbs.) @ 185 lbs.

Brian Eckstein (136 lbs.) vs. Mitchell Chamale (136 lbs.) @ 135 lbs.

  • Guthookd says:


  • Rece Rock says:

    The ladies fight should be interesting but I hope to see Curran and Imada put on a good fight.

  • Genesis says:

    There is no way curran won that fight.

  • Guthookd says:

    Agreed Genesis, he lost the fight. I dont’ know what fight the judges were watching, but it wasn’t the one being broadcast. Oah well. We all know judges suck. Even though Curran may not have dominated though, he did show that he’s solid and has excellent wrestling so I think the fight with Eddie will be a good one to see.

    The first fight just sucked all kinds. Banks and Hayes both are just not on the level. Banks needs to stop smoking and Hayes needs to start training. Not impressed; the absolute worst fight they could have started the broadcast with IMO> It friggin’ sucked and people were changing the channel all across the country.

    Fujii did well, but not nearly as dominant as I was expecting with a 19-0 fighter facing a 4-4 fighter who is trained by her big brother (which made me tear up a bit when I heard it actually). Schneider did a good job of hanging in there.

    Overall, this was the least impressive BFC yet. I really hope they just let Kole Conrad go to SF and forget about the HW business altogether. Stick with the women and lighter weight classes Bjorn. HW’s without gas just suck to watch.


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