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.

ONE FC 10 weigh-in results

All 20 fighters for tomorrow mornings ONE FC 10 event successfully made weight earlier today.


Lightweight: Kotetsu Boku (150.6 lbs) vs. Vuyisile Colossa (150.6 lbs)
Lightweight: Willy Ni (154.5 lbs) vs. Vincent Latoel (150.6 lbs)
Catchweight(198 lbs): Jake Butler (198.0 lbs) vs. James Kouame (194.4 lbs)
Featherweight: Bruno Pucci (144.0 lbs) vs. Bashir Ahmad (144.6 lbs)
Light heavyweight: Eugenio Tan (204.0 lbs) vs. Vincent Majid (202.4 lbs)
Flyweight: Almiro Barros (123.9 lbs) vs. Kian Pham (125.0 lbs)
Heavyweight: Mahmoud Hassan (223.8 lbs) vs. Alain Ngalani (223.8 lbs)


Lightweight: Caros Fodor (154.1 lbs) vs. Yang Seung Ho (153.4 lbs)
Featherweight: Long Sophy (64.1 kg/ 141.3 lbs) vs. Max Metino (64.2 kg/ 141.5 lbs)
Flyweight: Raymond Tan (123.9 lbs) vs. Brianata Rosadhi (121.3 lbs)

The original main event of the card was supposed to be a flyweight championship fight between Shinichi Kojima and Anthony Leone, however an injury to Leone forced him off of the card.

ONE FC 10 takes place Jakarta, Indonesia.

Source: ONE FC
Bellator 99 weigh-in results

Bellator fighters tipped the scales in Temecula, Calif. today for Friday’s Bellator 99 event.  The main card will feature the first round of the promotions season nine featherweight tournament, with Patricio Freire squaring off with UFC veteran Diego Nunes.  While the featherweights will clearly be on display at the event, the lone main card fight between two non-featherweights features two former UFC light heavyweights, as Vladimir Matyushenko will face Houston Alexander.  Unfortunately, four fighters missed weight, two of them being fighters in the tournament.  The fighters were given two hours to shed the additional weight.

The weigh-in results is as follows:

Diego Nunes (145) vs. Patricio Freire (145.5)
Vladimir Matyushenko (205.8) vs. Houston Alexander (204.6)
Justin Wilcox (146.3)* vs. Akop Stepanyan (146.2)**
Joe Taimanglo (146) vs. Andrew Fisher (145.4)
Fabricio de Assis Costa da Silva (145.4) vs. Desmond Green (146)
Savo Kosic (204.4) vs. Hector Ramirez (203.6)
Andy Murad (172.1)*** vs. Gavin Sterritt (169.3)
Goiti Yamauchi (145.6) vs. Musa Toliver (145.3)
Blagoi Ivanov (251) vs. Manny Lara (246)
Virgil Zwicker (206) vs. Nick Moghaddam (208.8)****

*Wilcox has two hours to cut the additional 0.3 pounds
**Stepanyan has two hours to cut the additional 0.2 pounds
***Murad has two hours to cut the additional 1.1 pounds
****Moghaddam has two hours to cut the additional 2.8 pounds

XFC 26: Night of Champions III announced

For the third time in the promotions history, Xtreme Fighting Championship will host a Night of Champions, where two title fights are scheduled to take place.

In the main event, the lightweight championship will be on the line as Scott Holtzman defends his strap against Roger Carroll.  The other championship that will be on the line will be the women’s flyweight title, a weight class of which the promotion has never had a champion.  Cortney Casey will take on Pearl Gonzalez for the honor of being the first ever women’s 125-pound champion.

The way that the card currently stands is as follows:


Scott Holtzman vs. Roger Carroll – lightweight title
Cortney Casey vs. Pearl Gonzalez – women’s flight title
Jason Hick vs. Deivison Ribeiro
Mauricio Alonzo vs. Luis Santos
Brianna Van Buren vs. Heather Jo Clark
Luke Sanders vs. Zach Underwood


Nate Landwehr vs. Keith Richardson
Ben Brewer vs. Anthony Lemon
Donny Wallace vs. Gerric Hayes
Kenny Degenhardt vs. Brian Hall
Jason Gifford vs. Mario Scott
Cromwell Stewart vs. Willie Taylor Jr.

XFC 26: Night of Champions III will take place on Oct. 18 in Nashville, Tenn.

Minowamanschedules 100th fight

Japanese fighter Ikuhisa Minowa has scheduled his 100th professional MMA fight with South Korean promotion ROAD FC.  While currently “Minowaman” does not have an opponent scheduled the event, ROAD FC 013 will take place on Oct. 12 in Gumi, South Korea.

The 37-year-old currently holds a record of 56-35-8.

The current ROAD FC 013 fight card is as follows:

Yui Chul Nam vs. Takasuke Kume – lightweight title
Andrews Nakahara vs. Jung Hwan ChaBae Young Kwon vs. Kosuke Umeda
Young Bok Gil vs. Mu Gyum Choi
Issei Tamura vs. Min Jung SongRiki Fukuda vs. TBA
Ikuhisa Minowa vs. TBA
Yun Jun Lee vs. Makoto Kamaya

Source: MMA Junkie

Photo: Kotetsu Boku (l) squares off against Vuyisile Colossa (One FC)