The official weigh in event for MMA Fight Pit: Genesis took place today (August 12, 2011), at the LIbrary Bar and Grill in downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico. It was the last pre-fight event before tomorrow night's card, which airs live on pay-per-view at 9 p.m. ET
All but two fighters made the two-pound weight allowance under the New Mexico State Athletic Commission. Only Ultimate Fighter alumni Junie Browning and his late replacement opponent Jacob Clark failed to make weight. Both men will still be allowed to compete.
Headlining the main event will be a pair of UFC veterans. Fan favorite Houston Alexander looks to continue his win streak against submission specialist Razak Al-Hassan in an interesting stylistic match-up.
Former UFC lightweight champion Jens Pulver will square off against WEC veteran Coty Wheeler as he continues to attempt to turn his career around. Pulver had recently been on a two fight win streak before losing in the main event of Titan Fighting Championships a couple months back.
Lastly, The Ultimate Fighter season 11 bad boy Jamie Yager will look to cash in on some of his fame in a middleweight match-up against upstart prospect Willie Parks.
Check out the MMA Fight Pit: Genesis weigh in results below
Main card (PPV)
205 lbs.: Houston Alexander (201.5) vs. Razak Al-Hassan (204)
135 lbs.: Coty Wheeler (137) vs. Jens Pulver (136)
155 lbs.: Junie Browning (162.75)* vs. Jacob Clark (158)
185 lbs.: Jamie Yager (185.5) vs. Willie Parks (187)
265 lbs.: Tyler East (240.5) vs. Prince McLean (220)
105 lbs.: Angelica Chavez (106.25) vs. Diana Rael (105.25)
145 lbs.: Conrad Padilla (145.5) vs. Guy Youell (147.25)
145 lbs.: Josh Montoya (136) vs. Jason Sampson (135.75)
170 lbs.: Ali Hanjani (170.75) vs. Sean Spencer (170.75)
185 lbs.: Rocky Ramirez (182.4) vs. Mark Lujan (183.8)
*Browning reportedly paid Clark an undisclosed sum for missing weight by a larger amount to allow the fight to continue.
Remember MMAMania.com will provide LIVE blow-by-blow, round-by-round coverage of "Alexander vs. Al-Hassan" beginning with the PPV telecast starting at 9 p.m. ET.
It's going to be a great night of fights so don't miss out, and remember to check us out for all the post-fight coverage after tomorrow night's card is wrapped up.