Bellator 15 weigh in results for April 21 at Mohegan Sun

CHICAGO, Ill. (April 21, 2010) - On the eve of Bellator Fighting Championships' much-anticipated show at the Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Conn., all 16 fighters competing in tomorrow's event participated in an official weigh-in earlier this evening.

Bellator 15 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 card's Main Event (see attached photo) is a matchup in Bellator's ongoing eight man-welterweight tournament featuring rising MMA superstar Dan Hornbuckle (19-3) and Tyler Stinson (16-5), the winner of Bellator's recent open tryout in Kansas City.

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

Main Card:

Dan Hornbuckle (170 lbs.) versus Tyler Stinson (170 lbs.) - at 170 lbs.

Brett Cooper (169 lbs.) versus Steve Carl (169.5 lbs.) - at 170 lbs.

William Romero (145 lbs.) versus Patricio Pitbull (144.75) - at 145 lbs.

Jacob McClintock (170 lbs.) versus Ryan Thomas (167.5 lbs.) - at 170 lbs.

Local Feature Fight Card:

Derrick Mehman (191.75) versus Dave Branch (189.5 lbs.) - at 190 lbs.

Matt Lee (170.25 lbs.) versus Ryan Quinn (169.75 lbs.) - at 185 lbs.

Dennis Olson (184.75 lbs.) versus Dan Cramer (184.25 lbs.) - at 185 lbs.

Brylan Van Artsdalen (143.75 lbs.) versus Rich de los Reyes (145 lbs.) - at 145 lbs.

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