Bellator 16 weigh in results for April 29 show in Kansas City


KANSAS CITY, Mo. (April 28, 2010) — On the eve of Bellator Fighting Championships’ much-anticipated show at the Kansas City Power & Light District, all 16 fighters competing in tomorrow’s event participated in an official weigh-in earlier this evening.

Bellator 16 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 is a first round match up in Bellator’s eight man-middleweight tournament featuring WEC veteran Bryan "The Beast" Baker (11-1) and Sean "The Destroyer" Loeffler (14-3), a submission artist from Southern California.

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

Tournament Card:

  • Bryan Baker (185.5) versus Sean Loeffler (186) – at 185 lbs.
  • Alexander Shlemenko (184.5) versus Matt Major (185.25) – at 185 lbs.
  • Jared Hess (185.25) versus Ryan McGivern (185.25) – at 185 lbs.
  • Eric Schambari (184) versus Luke Zachrich (183.5) – at 185 lbs.

Local Feature Fight Card:

  • Rudy Bears (173*) versus Brent Weedman (170) – at 170 lbs.
  • Danny Tims (135) versus Brian Davidson (136) – at 135 lbs.
  • Eric Marriott (161.5) versus Demi Deeds (161.25) – at 162 lbs.
  • Drew Dober (169.75) versus Nick Nolte (170.75) – at 170 lbs.
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