Bellator 55 weigh in results LIVE from Yuma for 'Vila vs Galvao'

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The official weigh-in event for Bellator 55's Saturday evening fight card took place today (October 21, 2011) at the Cocopah Casino in Yuma, Arizona.

All the main card fighters who stepped on the scale made weight. Only undercard lightweight Roscoe Jackson failed to make the 156 pound limit. He'll have two hours to make weight.

Bellator 55 will be the continuation of the promotion's season five bantamweight tournament as the promotion holds its semifinals.

Season three finalist Ed West will take on highly touted Brazilian prospect Eduardo Dantas while former Olympic bronze medal winner Alexis Vila will battle gritty WEC veteran Marcos Galvao.

Also on the card will be a superfight featuring the Bellator light heavyweight champion Christian M'Pumbu as he squares off with massive MMA veteran Travis Wiuff.

The opening bout of the main card will be a lightweight attraction as top Brazilian prospect Ricardo Tirloni and EliteXC veteran Steve Gable.

Complete Bellator 55 weigh in results after the jump:

Main Card

135 lbs.: Marcos Galvao (135.5) vs. Alexis Vila (134.75)
135 lbs.: Eduardo Dantas (135) vs. Ed West (135)
205 lbs.: Christian M'Pumbu (201.75) vs. Travis Wiuff (205)
155 lbs.: Ricardo Tirloni (154.75) vs. Steve Gable (155.5)


155 lbs.: Cesar Avila (155.5) vs. Efrain Escudero (156)
210 lbs.: Carlos Flores (210) vs. Richard Hale (210.5)
185 lbs.: Edgar Garcia (185) vs. Jacob Ortiz (185.75)
155 lbs.: Erin Beach (155) vs. Roscoe Jackson (158*)
145 lbs.: Nick Piedmont (146) vs. Jade Porter (145)
185 lbs.: Dano Moore (184.5) vs. Steve Steinbeiss (186)

*Jackson has two hours to lose up to two pounds.

Remember that will provide LIVE blow-by-blow, round-by-round coverage of Bellator 55, beginning with the MTV2 telecast starting at 9 p.m. ET tomorrow night (October 22).

It's going to be a great night of fights so don't miss it, and remember to check us out for all the post-fight coverage after tomorrow night's card is wrapped up.

See you then!

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