World Series of Fighting 10 Weigh-In Results
LAS VEGAS (June 20, 2014) – “World Series of Fighting 10: Branch vs. Taylor” will air Saturday night LIVE on NBCSN at 10 p.m. ET (7 p.m. PT local time) and includes a main event featuring David Branch (13-3) vs. Jesse “JT Money” Taylor (27-9) for World Series of Fighting’s inaugural middleweight title. In the co-main events, WSOF featherweight champion Georgi “Insane” Karakhanyan (23-3-1) takes on Rick “The Gladiator” Glenn (14-2) and the world’s best female strawweight and current WSOF champion Jessica “Jag” Aguilar (17-4)will defend her belt against Japanese contender Emi “The Kamikaze Angel” Fujino (13-7).
In addition, the main card will include intense matchups of lightweights Tyson Griffin (16-7) vs. Luiz “Buscape” Firmino (17-6) and featherweights Nick Lobosco (7-0) vs. Lance Palmer (7-1). The six-bout preliminary card includes heavyweights Dave Huckaba (21-5) vs. Derrick Mehmen (17-5), bantamweights Adam Acquaviva (1-0) vs. Timur Valiev (6-1), middleweights Krasimir Mladenov (10-0) vs. Angel DeAnda (11-3), women’s bantamweights Ashlee Evans-Smith (2-0) vs. Marciea Allen (3-1), lightweights Jimmy Spicuzza (3-0) vs. Justin Jaynes (4-1), and debuting lightweights Tanner Cowan (0-0) vs. A.J. Williams (0-0). The preliminary bouts kick off at 7 p.m. ET (4 p.m. PT local time) and will stream live on WSOF.com.
Following are the weights from Friday’s Weigh-In:
DAVID BRANCH 184 lbs. VS. JESSE TAYLOR 182.8 lbs.
GEORGI KARAKHANYAN 14 5 lbs. VS. RICK GLENN 144.4 lbs.
JESSICA AGUILAR 114.8 lbs. VS. EMI FUJINO 115 lbs.
TYSON GRIFFIN 155 lbs . VS. LUIZ FIRMINO 155.2 lbs.
NICK LOBOSCO 145.8 lbs. VS. LANCE PALMER 145 lbs.
DAVE HUCKABA 259.8 lbs. VS. DERRICK MEHMEN 242 lbs.
ADAM ACQUAVIVA 135.4 lbs. VS. TIMUR VALIEV 136 lbs.
KRASIMIR MLADENOV 185.6 lbs. VS. ANGEL DeANDA 184.6 lbs.
ASHLEE EVANS-SMITH 135.8 lbs. VS. MARCIEA ALLEN 137.8 lbs.
JIMMY SPICUZZA 155. 4 lbs. VS. JUSTIN JAYNES 156 lbs.
A.J. WILLIAMS 155 lbs. VS. TANNER COWAN 155.2 lbs.
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