Pictured: Bellator 91 light heavyweight title challenger Attila Vegh - Photo via Bellator
MMAmania will have the complete Bellator 91 weigh-in results live tonight as they happen. Bellator 91 features a light heavyweight title fight between champion Christian M'Pumbu and Attila Vegh plus fthe season eight lightweight tournament semifinals including top prospect Will Brooks. Check out the complete results below.
The official weigh-in event for tomorrow night's (Feb. 28, 2013) Bellator 91 fight card takes place today (Feb. 27) at 7 p.m. ET from Santa Ana Star Center in Rio Rancho, New Mexico.
Headlining the main event will be a Bellator Light Heavyweight title fight between champion Christian M'Pumbu and number one contender Attila Vegh. M'Pumbu has not fought in well over a year ever since dropping a unanimous decision to Travis Wiuff in a non-title "super-fight" at Bellator 55. Vegh was last seen winning the 2012 Bellator Summer Series light heavyweight tournament, knocking off Wiuff in the finals to earn his shot at the belt.
Also on tap will be the Bellator season eight Lightweight tournament semifinals which feature a pair of bouts including top prospect Will Brooks against upset-minded Saad Awad as well as a rematch between David Rickels and injury replacement David Fischer
Lastly, the always entertaining Ed West returns to the Bellator cage against local New Mexico fighter Josh Montoya.
Complete Bellator 91 weigh-in results are posted below
205 lb. title: Christian M'Pumbu (201.6) vs. Attila Vegh (204)
155 lbs.: Will Brooks (156) vs. Saad Awad (155.5)
155 lbs.: David Rickels (155.7) vs. Jason Fischer (155.6)
135 lbs.: Ed West (135.9) vs. Josh Montoya (135.4)
135 lbs.: Adrian Cruz (135.4) vs. Nick Gonzalez (135.5)
265 lbs.: Josh Appelt (245.1) vs. Josh Lanier (212)
135 lbs.: Holly Holm (135.2) vs. Katie Merrill (134.7)
145 lbs.: Andreas Quintana (145.5) vs. Russell Wilson (145)
155 lbs.: Blas Avena (170.7) vs. Lenny Lovato (170.9)
Remember that MMAMania.com will provide LIVE blow-by-blow, round-by-round coverage of Bellator 91, beginning with the Spike TV telecast starting at 10 p.m. ET tomorrow night (Feb. 28).
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!