The official weigh-in event for tomorrow night's (May 11, 2012) Bellator 68 fight card took place today (May 10, 2012) at 5 p.m. ET from inside Caesar's Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Of the 18 fighters who stepped on the scale, 17 of them successfully made weight. Only main card fighter Waachiim Spiritwolf failed to make his contractually obligated 171 pounds, missing weight by 1.4 pounds.
Headlining the main event will be a season six featherweight tournament final bout between season four finalist Daniel Straus and "Summer Series" finalist Marlon Sandro. One will win their first tournament while the other will come up short in the finals for the second time.
Also on the card is a Bellator season six bantamweight tournament semifinal fight between former tournament semifinalist Marcos Galvao and upset-minded veteran Travis Marx.
There are also two potential tournament qualifier bouts on the main card as UFC veterans Carmelo Marrero and Seth Petruzelli will clash at a 230 pound catchweight while welterweight strikers Marius Zaromskis and Waachiim Spiritwolf try to settle some unfinished business from their six second 2010 no contest in Strikeforce.
Check out our complete Bellator 68 weigh-in results posted after the jump (beginning at 5 p.m. ET).
145 lbs.: Marlon Sandro (145..8) vs. Daniel Straus (146)
135 lbs.: Travis Marx (135,4) vs. Marcos Galvão (136)
230 lbs.: Carmelo Marrero (230) vs. Seth Petruzelli (225.5)
170 lbs.: Marius Zaromskis (169.8) vs. Waachim Spiritwolf (172.4*)
145 lbs.: Eddie Fyvie () vs. Jeff Lentz ()
175 lbs.: Aung La Nsang (175.2) vs. Jesus Martinez (175.5)
185 lbs.: Francois Ambang (183.5) vs. Gregory Milliard (186)
135 lbs.: Claudio Ledesma (134.5) vs. Anthony Leone (136)
155 lbs.: Marcin Held (155.5) vs. Derrick Kennington (154.5)
155 lbs.: Don Carlo-Clauss (156.5) vs. Jacob Kirwan (156)
*Spiritwolf has two hours to drop the additional 1.4 pounds or otherwise risk losing a portion of his fight purse.
Remember that MMAMania.com will provide LIVE blow-by-blow, round-by-round coverage of Bellator 68, beginning with the MTV2 telecast starting at 8 p.m. ET tomorrow night (May 11).
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!