Each day, The MMA Corner will provide a recap of results, event announcements, fight match-ups, and injuries/cancellations from throughout the world of MMA.

Bellator 100 Weigh-in Results

For the 100th time in the promotions history, Bellator MMA will put on a fight card tomorrow night.  Prior to the event, today the fighters participating took to the scales to weigh in for the event.  All fighters successfully made weight.

MAIN CARD
Welterweight Tournament Final: Douglas Lima (169.9) vs. Ben Saunders (169.4)
Welterweight Opening Round: War Machine (170.4) vs. Vaughn Anderson (170.1)
Welterweight Opening Round: Rick Hawn (170.6) vs. Herman Terrado (171)
Welterweight Opening Round: Brent Weedman (170.4) vs. Justin Baesman (170.1)
Welterweight Opening Round: Ron Keslar (170.5) vs. Sergio Junior (170.8)

PRELIMINARY CARD
Bantamweight Tournament Semifinal: Travis Marx (135.8) vs. Brandon Bender (135.2)
Lightweight: Bubba Jenkins (155.6) vs. LaRue Burley (153.8)
Light Heavyweight: Beau Tribolet (204.1) vs. Liam McGeary (204.5)
Heavyweight: Mighty Mo (264.2) vs. Dan Charles (235)
Welterweight: Johnny Buck (170.4) vs. Adam McDonough (170.5)
Light Heavyweight: Joe Yager (205.5) vs. Clifford Starks (202.7)
Lightweight: Efrain Escudero (155.2) vs. Zack Surdyka (155)

Bellator 100 takes place in Phoenix, Ariz. tomorrow, Sept. 20.

Two fights added to UFC 168

UFC 168 has added two more fights as a middleweight fight between Uriah Hall and Chris Leben, and a featherweight scrap between Diego Brandao and Dustin Poirier are set.

There will be two titles on the line that night, as Anderson Silva will fight for Chris Weidman’s title in the main event, while Miesha Tate fights Ronda Rousey for the women’s bantamweight championship in the co-main event.

UFC 168 takes place on Dec. 28 in Las Vegas.

Source: MMA Junkie

Two new bouts for UFC on Fox 9

Another fight has been added to UFC on Fox 9, as lightweights Danny Castillo and Edson Barboza are set to square off on the card.

Additionally, a matchup between TUF winners will be on display, as Court McGee will take on Kelvin Gastelum.  Both fighters won their respective seasons at middleweight, and shed the weight and now compete at welterweight.

UFC on Fox 9 is scheduled to take place on Dec. 14 in Sacramento, Calif.

UFC Fight Night 33 gets another Aussie

When the Octagon returns to Australia later this year, there will be multiple Australians on the card.  Today, another one was brought to the card as Anthony Perosh will meet Ryan Bader.

The two fighters have been on opposite ends of knockouts earlier this year, as Perosh knocked out Vinny Magalhaes, while Bader was recently knocked out by Glover Teixeira.

UFC Fight Night 33 takes place in Brisbane, Australia on Dec. 7.

Source: MMA Junkie
Taylor out, Iaquinta in at UFC Fight Night 30

Anthony Njokuani was preparing to take on Paul Taylor at the upcoming UFC Fight Night 30, but an injury to Taylor has taken him off of the card.  Replacing him will be TUF runner up Al Iaquinta.

UFC Fight Night 30 takes place in Machester, England on Oct. 26.

Source: MMA Junkie
Jared Rosholt signed to the UFC

While fight fans may be familiar with UFC veteran Jake Rosholt, his younger brother Jared is ready to make a name for himself in the same promotion.  Heavyweight Jared Rosholt has been signed by the promotion and will have a fight at the TUF 18 finale on Nov. 30 in Las Vegas.

“The Big Show” has a professional record of 8-1 and has spent time with Legacy FC prior to his signing with the UFC.

Sanders vs. Underwood added to XFC 26

A featured featherweight bout at XFC 26: Night of Champions has been added to the mix.  Luke Sanders will take on Zach Underwood to kick off the main card.  Both fighters boast impressive records as Sanders is undefeated at 5-0, while Underwood has an 11-4 record.

XFC 26: Night of Champions takes place on Oct. 18 in Nashville, Tenn.

Photo: Chris Leben (Dave Mandel/Sherdog)

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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.