On Friday, June 20, World Series of Fighting hosted the weigh-ins for its 10th event which takes place Saturday, June 21, from the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. The event will be headlined by three title fights.

In the night’s top-billing, the promotion will crown a middleweight champion as UFC veterans David Branch and Jesse Taylor lock horns. Branch has gone 5-1 since his release from the UFC, including three straight wins inside the WSOF cage. Taylor, meanwhile, rides a seven-fight winning streak into the title fight, including a win over former MFC champion Elvis Mutapcic in his promotional debut in December.

The co-main event of the evening will showcase featherweight champion Georgi Karakhanyan, who will look to defend his title for the first time against Rick Glenn. Karakhanyan captured the 145-pound strap with a third-round submission of Lance Palmer in December. The 25-year-old Glenn carries a 12-fight unbeaten streak that dates back to 2010.

Also defending for the first time at the event will be women’s strawweight champion Jessica Aguilar, who faces off with Japan’s Emi Fujino. Aguilar, the consensus No. 1-ranked 115-pound fighter on the planet, submitted Alida Gray in January to become the promotion’s first women’s champion. Her opponent, Fujino, will make her promotional debut. The 33-year-old has won four of her last six and has never been stopped in 20 career fights.

In all, the event features 11 fights. The five-fight main card airs live on the NBC Sports Network beginning at 10 p.m. ET, while the preliminary card will stream live on NBCSports.com beginning at 7 p.m. ET.

Below are full results of the event’s weigh-ins.

WSOF 10 Weigh-In Results
David Branch (184) vs. Jesse Taylor (182.8) – for inaugural middleweight title
Georgi Karakhanyan (145) vs. Rick Glenn (144.4) – for featherweight title
Jessica Aguilar (114.8) vs. Emi Fujino (115) – for women’s strawweight title
Luiz Firmino (155.2) vs. Tyson Griffin (155)
Nick LoBosco (145.8) vs. Lance Palmer (145)
Dave Huckaba (259.8) vs. Derrick Mehmen (242)
Adam Acquaviva (135.4) vs. Timur Valiev (136)
Angel DeAnda (184.6) vs. Krasimir Mladenov (185.6)
Marciea Allen (137.8)* vs. Ashlee Evans-Smith (135.8)
Justin Jaynes (156) vs. Jimmy Spicuzza (155.4)
Tanner Cowan (155.2) vs. A.J. Williams (155)