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Bellator 94 weigh-in results

The two tournament finals set to take place at Bellator 94 are official, resulting in new light heavyweight and lightweight contenders to be crowned at the event.

The winner of the light heavyweight fight will take on champion Attila Vegh, while the lightweight tournament winner will get a shot at Michael Chandler.

MAIN CARD:
Light Heavyweight Tournament Final: Mikhail Zayats (205.6) vs. Emanuel Newton (204.4)
Lightweight Tournament Final: Saad Awad (155.7) vs. David “Caveman” Rickels (155.8)
Welterweight Qualifier Fight: Luis Melo (169.8) vs. Trey Houston (170.0)
Bantamweight Qualifier Fight:  Rodrigo Lima (135.8) vs. Ronnie Mann (135.7)
PRELIMINARY CARD:
Welterweight Feature Fight: Julien Williams (170.0) vs. Kenny Moss (171)
Heavyweight Feature Fight: Augusto Sakai (261.3) vs. Rob Horton (242.2)
Women’s Feature Fight: Patricia Vidonic (115.0) vs. Jessica Aguilar (114.6)
Featherweight Feature Fight: Ronnie Rogers (146) vs. Joe Taimanglo (145.6)
Lightweight Feature Fight: Bruno Carvalho (155.3) vs. Edson Berto (155.6)
Catchweight Feature Fight(157 lbs.): Tony Fryklund (155.6) vs. Patrick Cenoble (156.2)
Women’s Feature Fight: Heather Clark (115.9) vs. Felice Herrig (115.7)

Bellator 94 takes place tomorrow night in Tampa, Fla.  The evenings main card airs live on Spike TV.

Kickboxing promoter Rutz retires

Glory World Series Kickboxing founder and former owner Simon Rutz has left his position as a role as a consultant to the promotion and has officially retired from the kickboxing business.

Kutz played an intregal part in the growth and development of kickboxing, including promoting Daniel Ghita, Tyrone Spong, and Robin van Roosmalen.

Photo: Emanuel Newton (l) and Mikhail Zayats square off (Bellator)

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Brian McKenna
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Brian McKenna was born and raised in the suburbs of Boston, Massachusetts. A sports nut from as long as he can remember, he came to be a fan of Mixed Martial Arts from a roommate watching The Ultimate Fighter while attending Westfield State College. Brian came to writing by starting his own blog, Four Down Territory, which focuses on Boston based sports, life, and of course MMA.