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MFC 30 weigh in results for 'Fickett vs Cobb' on June 10

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The official weigh-in event for MFC 30 took place today (June 9, 2011) in advance of tomorrow night's card,"Up Close and Personal," which airs live on HDNet at 10 p.m. ET, in Edmonton, Alberta.

Of the 11 fighters who weighed in, 10 made weight successfully. Lightweight Robert Washington had to forfeit 20% of his fight purse after failing to make weight for his bout with Curtice Demarce.

Headlining the main event will be a lightweight showdown between UFC veteran and jiu-jitsu ace Drew Fickett and late replacement Brian Cobb. Cobb stepped in after Hermes Franca's legal issues and breach of contract forced the MFC to release him from the promotion and cancel his title fight.

Also on the card will be a pair of UFC veterans Marcus Davis and Pete Spratt who will be battling in a rematch from nearly four years ago at UFC 69. Spratt looks like a new man whenever he fights in the MFC and recently scored a submission victory at MFC 29.

Interestingly, the brother of exiled MFC welterweight champion Douglas Lima, Dhiego Lima will be competing on the card as well. It will be intriguing to see how far the promotion trusts him going forwards

Complete MFC 30 weigh-in results after the jump

Main Event 

Brian Cobb (155.4) vs. Drew Fickett (155.5)

Co-Main Event

170 lbs.: Pete Spratt (170.6) vs. Marcus Davis (170.1)

165 lbs.: Thomas Denny (163.5) vs. Sheldon Westcott (165.8)
170 lbs.: Jamie Toney (168.4) vs. Dhiego Lima (170.6)
155 lbs.: Robert Washington (159.6*) Curtis Demarce (155.6)
185 lbs.: Andreas Spang (185.8) vs. Cody Krahn ()
155 lbs.: Scott Cleve (154.5) vs. Mukai Maromo  (155.1)
155 lbs.: Jevon Marshall (156.1) vs. Garrett Nybakken (154.5)

*Robert Washington fails to make weight and loses 20% of his purse

Remember that will provide LIVE blow-by-blow, round-by-round coverage of MFC 30, beginning with the HDNet telecast starting at 9 p.m. ET tomorrow night (June 10).

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!