The official weigh in for World Series of Fighting 5: Arlovski vs. Kyle on NBCSN took place on Friday at the Revel Casino Hotel in Atlantic City, N.J. The five-bout televised broadcast will air LIVE on Saturday at 9 p.m. ET / 6 p.m. PT. Main-event heavyweight Andrei “The Pit Bull” Arlovski (19-10) weighed in at 240 pounds even, while his opponent, Mike “MAK” Kyle (20-9-1), tipped the scales at 218.5 pounds.
“I’m excited to face Mike and I’m ready to go,” said Arlovski. “I didn’t watch any of his past fights. My team studied him and I have a game plan that I will execute. The World Series of Fighting 5 has been a great promotion to fight for.”
“I want to thank Ray Sefo and The World Series of Fighting for everything they’ve done for me,” said Sefo. “They’re going to make me a star. I have a bright future with this group and it’s just great to be a part of it all.”
The evening’s preliminary card features an additional five bouts, which stream live on World Series of Fighting’s official website, WSOF.com, and on MMAWeekly.com, beginning at 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. PT.
-Andrei Arlovski (19-10) 240 lbs. vs. Mike Kyle (20-9) 218.5 lbs.
-Danillo Villefort (13-4) 185 lbs. vs. David Branch (12-3) 185.8 lbs.
-Derrick Mehmen (15-5) 246.8 lbs. vs. Rolles Gracie (8-1) 249.2 lbs.
-Elvis Mutapcic (13-2) 186 lbs. vs. Jesse Taylor (26-9) 185 lbs.
-Georgi Karakhanyan (21-3) 145.2 lbs. vs. Waylon Lowe (14-4) 146.2 lbs.
-Rick Glenn (13-2) 144.8 lbs. vs. Artur Rofi (6-0) 146 lbs.
-Sidemar Honorio (8-3) 136 lbs. vs. Jimmie Rivera (12-1) 136 lbs.
-Rich Patishnock (5-1) 170.6 lbs. vs. Gregor Gracie (7-3) 170.6 lbs.
-Andrew Osborne (7-5) 160.6 lbs. vs. Ozzie Dugulubgov (4-1) 160.2 lbs.
-Darren Costa (0-1) 186 lbs. vs. Neiman Gracie (0-0) 185 lbs.
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