Tachi Palace Fights 15 Weigh-in Results: Ruiz, DeAnda Cleared for LHW Title Bout


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A headlining light heavyweight title tilt between Angel DeAnda and Anthony Ruiz is now official for Tachi Palace Fights 15, as both fighters hit their marks at Wednesday’s pre-fight weigh-ins.

DeAnda tipped the scales at 204.2 pounds, while Ruiz checked in slightly heavier at 204.4. TPF 15 “Collision Course” takes place Thursday night at the Tachi Palace Hotel and Casino in Lemoore, Calif., and streams live on Sherdog.com beginning at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT.

In the evening’s co-headliner, former Palace Fighting Championship titlist Rolando Velasco (135.4) squares off with Carson Beebe (135.6) at bantamweight. Featherweights Anthony Avila (146) and Darren Crisp (146) will also lock horns at the event, as will lightweights Poppies Martinez (155.2) and Fernando Bernstein (154).

Additionally, once-beaten prospect Andre Fili (151) will do battle with SportFight featherweight champ Enoch Wilson (150.8), while former PFC belt holder Art Arciniega (146) meets onetime TPF title challenger Alexander Crispim (145.6).

The show’s undercard will also feature a heavyweight showdown pitting Freddie Aquitania (256) against Javy Ayala (266.4), as well as a 140-pound catch-weight bout between Alex Perez (138.8) and Carlos DeSoto (140.6) and a lightweight confrontation featuring Andy Miranda (154.8) and Dominic Clark (156).

TPF 15 Weigh-In Results

Angel DeAnda (204.2) vs. Anthony Ruiz (204.4)
Rolando Velasco (135.4) vs. Carson Beebe (135.6)
Anthony Avila (146) vs. Darren Crisp (146)
Poppies Martinez (155.2) vs. Fernando Bernstein (154)
Andre Fili (151) vs. Enoch Wilson (150.8)
Alexander Crispim (145.6) vs. Art Arciniega (146)
Freddie Aquitania (256) vs. Javy Ayala (266.4)*
Alex Perez (138.8) vs. Carlos DeSoto (140.6)*
Andy Miranda (154.8) vs. Dominic Clark (156)

*Ayala and DeSoto have two hours to make weight

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