twitter google

Complete Bellator 127 Weigh-In Results

bellator 127

The fighter weigh-ins for Bellator 127 took place earlier today from the Pechanga Resort and Casino in Temecula, California. And you can find all the results right here on FightLine.

A four-bout main card, highlighted by former featherweight champion Daniel Straus vs. Justin Wilcox, will air on Spike TV Friday night at 9 p.m. ET. Other planned fights include Karo Parisyan-Fernando Gonzalez, Rafael Silva-Rob Emerson and Kendall Grove-Christian M’Pumbu.

Gonzalez, Silva, Saad Awad and Joe Pacheco all missed weight and were granted two additional hours.

Complete weigh-in results, along with a video replay, can be found below:

MAIN CARD (Spike TV)

Daniel Straus (145.6 lbs.) vs. Justin Wilcox(145.7)

Karo Parisyan (169.1) vs. Fernando Gonzalez (172.3)

Rafael Silva (137.6) vs. Rob Emerson (134.9)

Kendall Grove (186) vs. Christian M’Pumbu (184.6)

PRELIMINARY CARD (Spike.com)

Shawn Bunch (135.7) vs. David Duran (135.3)

Nick Moghaddam (205.8) vs. Ray Sloan (202.4)

Sergio Rios (155.6) vs. Saad Awad (156.3)

Thierry Sokoudjou (205)vs. Malik Merad (203.6)

Keith Berry (185.8) vs. Joe Pacheco (186.2)

Johnny Cisneros (176.8) vs. Ricky Rainey (177)

Justin Baesman (171) vs. Johnny Mercurio (170.7)

2 COMMENTS
  • hindsightufuk says:

    couple of other Bellator related things
    Josh Neer is back at BFC 129
    Houston Alexander fights James Thompson on the same event

    shittest news is Emmanuel Newton is defending his title against Linton Vassell at 130, who is actually a decent English fighter, but not the guy who won the LHW tourney (Liam McGeary). Seems like another dumb move from Coker, another weird title fight, thanks Scott. Wonder if they are maybe getting Emmanuel to get though his contract quickly and dump him so they can have Tito, Mo & Rampage fight each other for the next few years.
    Bobby Lashley & Marloes Coenen are on the same card, as is Dave Jansen, finally back after 18 months out (he fights Rick Hawn).

    130 will also be the last ever weekly show, they go monthly after that starting with Tito vs Stephan

  • Dufresne says:

    I miss the old Bellator that actually had tournaments and stuck to their guns. Sure it meant we didn’t get title fights as often, but it made them a bit more special. Oh well, guess we’re into Strikeforce 2.0, let’s see how they do.

    And I was excited to see Stephan smash Tito all the way up to that stupid fake “brawl”, what a f*cking embarrassment.

LEAVE A COMMENT!

You must be logged in to post a comment.