Bellator 86 Weigh-in Results: Ben Askren Puts Belt on the Line; King Mo Ready to Debut


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Przemyslaw Mysiala vs King Mo Bellator 86 weigh inTHACKERVILLE, Okla. – The Bellator 86 weigh-ins have been completed from WinStar World Casino in preparation for Bellator MMA’s Jan. 24 event, which features a Bellator welterweight world title fight, as well as the long awaited Bellator debut of King Mo Lawal.

Bellator MMA will take place at WinStar World Casino on Thursday, Jan. 24 with the first fight taking place at 7 p.m. CST and streaming LIVE on Spike.com. The televised portion of the night will begin at 9 p.m. CST and will air LIVE on Spike TV.

The full results from the Bellator 86 weigh-in are below:

MAIN CARD:

Bellator Welterweight Championship Fight:
Ben Askren (169.8) vs. Karl Amoussou (167.4)

Przemyslaw Mysiala (205.6) vs. King Mo Lawal (205.0)
Douglas Lima (170.6) vs. Michail Tsarev (170.0)
Koffie Adzitso (170.8) vs. Ben Saunders (169.8)
Marius Zaromskis (169.2) vs. Brent Weedman (171.0)

PRELIMINARY CARD:
Raul Amaya (171.0) vs. Jose Gomes (170.8)
Matt Jones (182.8) vs. Cortez Coleman (186.0)
Chris Pham (139.6) vs. Jason Sampson (137.4)
Zach Church (154.6) vs. Damon Jackson (155.2)
Hunter Tucker (145.0) vs. Javier Obregon (146.0)

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