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High School Rivals Square Off For the Title Tonight at CES 33

High school rivals, Andre Soukhamthath (9-3) and Kody Nordby (6-3) had to be separated during the CES 33 weigh-ins.
High school rivals, Andre Soukhamthath (9-3) and Kody Nordby (6-3) had to be separated during the CES 33 weigh-ins.

This is going to be fun!

East Coast MMA is back in your life tonight as CES MMA returns to the Twin River Casino in Rhode Island for another stacked night of fights! Both graduates of Woonsocket High in Rhode Island, Andre Soukhamthath (9-3) and Kody Nordby (6-3) will square off in the night’s main event for the CES bantamweight title! The two had to be separated at weigh-ins, so you know this one will be good!

The CES MMA XXXIII card also includes the returns of former welterweight and lightweight champs Chuck O’Neil (15-8) and Julian Lane (9-5) as well as fan favorites Greg Rebello (19-6) and Matt Bessette (16-7).

The Main Card on AXS TV begins at 9/8c featuring commentators Michael Schiavello & UFC Hall of Famer Pat Miletich

Main Card Match-ups and Weigh-in Results for CES MMA XXXIII are Below:

MadMimi Ces33 Main

Bantamweight Title: Kody Nordby 6-3 (135.5) vs. Andre Soukhamthath 9-3 (136.0)

MadMimi CES33 CoMain

Middleweight: Dennis Olson 14-10 (185.0) vs. Chuck O’Neil 15-8 (185.0)

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150lb Catchweight: Matt Bessette 16-7 (150.0) vs. Taurean Bogguess 18-12 (149.5)

Heavyweight: Chaz Morgan 9-1 (263.5) vs. Juliano Coutinho 6-2 (263.5)

Heavyweight: Keith Bell 6-6-1 (257.0) vs. Greg Rebello 19-6 (239.0)

Lightweight: Julian Lane 9-5-1 (155.0) vs. Nate Andrews 7-1 (155.0)

Tune in before the fights as Jim Ross and Josh Barnett call more New Japan Pro Wrestling on AXS TV!

Tweet along with the action using #CES33

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