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Bellator 89 weigh-in results LIVE from Charlotte for 'Dantas vs Galvao'

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MMAmania will have the complete Bellator 89 weigh-in results live today as they happen. Bellator 89 features a bantamweight title fight between Eduardo Dantas and Marcos Galvao as well as the season eight middleweight tournament quarterfinals.

The official weigh-in event for tomorrow night's (Feb. 14, 2013) Bellator 89 fight card took place late tonight (Feb. 14) at midnight (12:00 a.m. ET) from the Bojangles Arena Charlotte, North Carolina.

All 20 fighters who stepped on the scale successfully made weight.

Headlining the main event will be a bantamweight title fight between reigning champion Eduardo Dantas and his friend, mentor and teammate Marcos Galvao. This will be Dantas first fight since suffering a huge upset knockout loss to Tyson Nam last summer, which delayed his initial title defense by two months.

Also on tap will be the Bellator season eight middleweight tournament quarterfinals which feature a wide array of heavy hitters including knockout artist Brian Rogers, Swedish kickboxer Andreas Spang, fan-favorite brawler Brett Cooper and former WEC light heavyweight champion Doug Marshall among others.

Complete Bellator 89 weigh-in results are posted below:

Main Card (Spike TV)

135 lb. title: Eduardo Dantas (134.6) vs. Marcos Galvão (134.7)
185 lbs.: Dan Cramer (185.9) vs. Brian Rogers (186)
185 lbs.: Brett Cooper (185.2) vs. Norman Paraisy (185.8)
185 lbs.: Doug Marshall (185.5) vs. Andreas Spang (186)

Preliminary Card (Spike.com)

135 lbs.: Mike Maldonado (135.9) vs. Tim Goodwin (135.9)
170 lbs.: Johnny Buck (170.5) vs. Chris Mierzwiak (170.5)
185 lbs.: Kyle Bolt (185) vs. Joe Pacheco (185.9)
185 lbs.: Sultan Aliev (185.5) vs. Mikkel Parlo (185.7)
185 lbs.: Aaron Johnson (185.5) vs. Brennan Ward (185.6)
265 lbs.: Mont McCullens (265.7) vs. David Mejia (264.3)

Remember that MMAMania.com will provide LIVE blow-by-blow, round-by-round coverage of Bellator 89, beginning with the Spike TV telecast starting at 10 p.m. ET tomorrow night (Feb. 14).

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!