The Maximum Fighting Championship’s official weigh-in for MFC 41: All In was the final hurdle for the fighters prior to Friday’s fight card airing live on AXS TV Fights.

Headlining the event from the Shaw Conference Centre in Edmonton, Alberta, is an MFC Superfight Title Eliminator between Marcus “Bad Intentions” Edwards and Shane “Shaolin” Campbell. If Edwards is victorious, he will be named interim MFC lightweight champ as current belt-holder Tom Gallicchio is sidelined due to injury. A victory for Campbell will give the right to fight for the MFC lightweight or welterweight title.

However, Campbell came in weighing 163.4, which is over the 160-pound catchweight limit. This means he will be forced to forget 20% of his purse. Edwards weighed in at 160.4 pounds.
In the co-main event, former MFC light-heavyweight champion Victor “The Matrix” Valimaki talkes on the surging Jeremy Osheim. Both men made weight at exactly 205-pounds.

The AXS TV Fights broadcast of MFC 41 begins at 10 p.m. ET/8 p.m. MT/7 p.m. PT (check local listings for channel designation).

MFC 41: All In – Weigh-In Results

  • Marcus Edwards (160.4 lbs.) vs. Shane Campbell (163.4)
  • Jeremy Osheim (205) vs. Victor Valimaki (205)
  • Ryan Healy (155.8) vs. Andrew McInnes (155)
  • Miles Anstead (184.8) vs. Jared McComb (185.4)
  • Kyle Oliveira (135.6) vs. Corey Gower (135.4)
  • Brad Katona (137.4) vs. Mike Hay (134.4)
  • Christopher Boisvert (161) vs. Chris Chapman (155.8)
  • Justin Schmit (184.8) vs. Graham Park (183.8)

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