Shark Fights 21 weigh-in results for 'Lashley vs Knothe'


The Shark Fights 21 weigh in event for "Lashley vs. Knothe," which took place on Nov. 10 at the Firehouse Grill & Bar in Lubbock, Texas, is officially in the books.

In what will be its 21st event, Shark Fights 21 will come to you live from the Fair Park Coliseum TONIGHT (Friday, Nov. 11) at 7:00 pm CST.

For a complete breakdown and analysis of tonight's card click here.

Bobby Lashley will look to make it two in a row as he takes on last-minute replacement Karl Knothe, who steps in on just three days notice after "The Dominator's" three previous opponents withdrew from the bout, which will be for the organizations vacant heavyweight title.

Complete Shark Fights 21 weigh In results after the jump.

Main Event:

Bobby Lashley (243 lb) vs. Karl Knothe (255.4)

Main Card:

Cody East (237 lb) vs. Adenilson Clementino (253.6 lb)
Cody Pfister (157.8 lb) vs. Isaias Martinez (157 lb)
Gabe Vasquez (155.2 lb) vs. Warren Stewart (155.6 lb)
John King (198.2 lb) vs. Daniel Almeida (199.8 lb)


Chase Watson (215 lb) vs. Rashad Coulter (213.4 lb)
Jeremiah Castillo (133.4 lb) vs. Jon Voth (134.4 lb)
Marcus Baldivia (145 lb) vs. Matt Hobar (145 lb)

Stay tuned to for complete results and recap of the Shark Fights 21 event immediately following its conclusion.

For more on "Lashley vs. Knothe" click here.

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