Bellator MMA Weigh-In Results from FEB 13 2013

Bellator MMA Weigh-In Results from FEB 13 2013

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Charlotte, NC. (February 14, 2013) – The Bellator MMA weigh-ins have been completed with all fighters making weight in preparation for Bellator MMA’s February 14th event, which features a Bantamweight Title Fight between Eduardo Dantas and Marcos Galvao, as well as the start of Season 8 Middleweight Tournament.

 

Bellator MMA will take place at The Bojangles Coliseum on Thursday, February 14th with the first fight taking place at 8 p.m. EST and streaming LIVE on Spike.com. The televised portion of the night will begin at 10 p.m. EST and will air LIVE on Spike TV. The full results from the Bellator MMA weigh-in are below:

MAIN CARD:

Bantamweight Title Fight: Marcos Galvao (134.7) vs. Eduardo Dantas (134.6)

Middleweight Tournament Quarterfinal Fight: Brian Rogers (186.0) vs. Dan Cramer (185.9)

Middleweight Tournament Quarterfinal Fight: Brett Cooper (185.2) vs. Norman Paraisy (185.8)

Middleweight Tournament Quarterfinal Fight: Andreas Spang (186.0) vs. Doug Marshall (185.5)

Middleweight Tournament Quarterfinal Fight: Sultan Aliev (185.5) vs. Mikkel Parlo (185.7)

 

PRELIMINARY CARD:

Bantamweight Feature Fight: Timothy Goodwin (135.9) vs. Mike Maldonaldo (135.9)

Welterweight Feature Fight: Chris Mierzwiak (170.5) vs. Johnny Buck (170.5)

Middleweight Feature Fight: Kyle Bolt (185.0) vs. Joe Pacehco (185.9)

Middleweight Feature Fight: Aaron Johnson (185.5) vs. Brennan Ward (185.6)

Heavyweight Feature Fight: David Mejia (264.3) vs. Mont McMullens (265.7)

For more information, visit Bellator.com, follow Bellator on Twitter @BellatorMMA, follow Bellator Chairman & CEO Bjorn Rebney @BjornRebney and check out Bellator on Facebook at www.facebook.com/BellatorMMA

 

About Bellator MMA

Bellator MMA is the world’s largest tournament based Mixed Martial Arts organization. Televised to nearly 500 Million homes worldwide in over 107 countries, Bellator’s majority owner is entertainment giant Viacom.  In the United States, Bellator can be seen on Spike TV, the MMA television leader. With over 150 world-class athletes under contract, Bellator is home to many of the sport’s top mixed martial artists. Bellator’s founder & CEO, Bjorn Rebney, is an experienced fighting sports and entertainment executive with a deep commitment to the purity and integrity of the sport of MMA and its athletes.  Bellator’s core philosophy is that title shots should be earned, not given. This belief gave rise to Bellator’s real sport, tournament-based format, which gives Bellator’s tournaments a true playoff feel that keeps the sport true and distances itself from the subjective side of fighting sports found in organizations that utilize a matchmaking/casting formula.  Bellator MMA is comprised of an executive team that includes top industry professionals in television production, live event orchestration, fighter development/relations, venue procurement, sponsorship creation/development, international licensing, marketing, advertising, publicity and commission relations.  Bellator is based in Newport Beach, California.

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