Shark Fights 17 weigh in results for 'Horwich vs Rosholt II'

Shark Fights 17: "Horwich vs. Rosholt II" is all set to go down a little later this evening (July 15) from the Dr. Pepper Arena in Frisco, Texas, live at 10 p.m. ET via HDNet.

All 18 fighters set to compete on tonight's televised fight card, with the exception of Doug Williams, made weight without incident.

"Horwich vs. Rosholt II" will feature former UFC middleweights Matt Horwich and Jake Rosholt in a rematch from their 2010 scrap at "Xtreme Fight Night," a bout that saw "Suave" stop the Texas-based wrestler via third round technical knockout.

Also getting some airtime is former UFC Heavyweight Champion Ricco Rodriguez. He'll look to win his twelfth straight fight when he takes on "The Original Son of Punishment," Karl Knothe.

Complete Shark Fights 17 weigh-in results (courtesy of after the jump.

Matt Horwich (185.75) vs. Jake Rosholt (186)
Ricco Rodriguez (227.75) vs. Karl Knothe (253.75)
Emanuel Newton (204.25) vs. Ilir Latifi (206)
Erik Perez (146.25) vs. Douglas Frey (145.25)
Daniel Almeida (209) vs. Doug Williams (did not weigh in)
Alan Jouban (170.25) vs. Andrew Goldthwaite (168.25)
Gabriel Vasquez (177.25) vs. Russell Brewer (178.75)
Quaint Kempf (146.25) vs. Victor Hernandez (148.25)
Jay Flores (145.75) vs. Matt Hobar (145.5)

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