Strikeforce Challengers 13 weigh in results for 'Woodley vs Saffiedine' (Video)


The official weigh-in event for the Strikeforce Challengers 13 is now in the books. The last of the formalities before tonight's five-fight, Showtime-televised card took place yesterday evening in Nashville, Tennessee.

Each of the ten main card participants who will compete on the Showtime televised portion of the card hit their respective weights without incident.

The main event will feature a welterweight battle between undefeated wrestling stud Tyron "T-Wood" Woodley and Tarec "Sponge" Saffiedine. Former University of Tennessee linebacker Ovince St. Preux will also be in action, along with former United States Olympians Daniel Cormier and Rhadi Ferguson.

Check out the Challengers: "Woodley vs. Saffiedine" weigh-in results and video after the jump:

170 lbs.: Tyron "T-Wood" Woodley (170.2) vs. Tarec "Sponge" Saffiedine (170.2)
265 lbs.: Daniel Cormier (249) vs. Devin Cole (239.2)
205 lbs.: Ovince St. Preux (204.8) vs. Ray "Abongo" Humphrey (205.4)
145 lbs.: Julia Budd (144.2) vs. Amanda Nunes (143.2)
205 lbs.: Rhadi Ferguson (205) vs. John Richard (206)

Remember that will provide LIVE blow-by-blow, round-by-round coverage of "Woodley vs. Saffiedine" beginning with the Showtime telecast at 11 p.m. ET.

It's going to be a fun night of fights so don't miss it. And remember to check us out for all the post-fight coverage you can handle.

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