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WSOF 13 Weigh-In Results – Bollinger – Moraes now 147-lb non-title catchweight

WSOF 13 Weigh-In Results – Bollinger – Moraes now 147-lb non-title catchweight

Fighters took to the scales today ahead of their scheduled World Series of Fighting 13 bouts tomorrow at the Sands Bethlehem Event Center in Bethlehem, Pa.

In the main event, featherweight champion Marlon Moraes will defend against Cody Bollinger, who as of two and a half weeks ago did not have a fight scheduled and was practically begging WSOF President Ray Sefo for a worth opponent.  When challenger Josh Hill withdrew, Bollinger seized the opportunity and took the call.

The fight was originally scheduled for a 140-pound catchweight but Bollinger had trouble making weight and the fight is now at a 147 pound-non-title catch weight.

In the co-main event, Renzo Gracie product Ozzy Dugulubgov takes on Keon Caldwell in a Welterweight showdown. Also on the NBC Sports Network main card, Isaiah Chapman meets Timur Valiev, awhile Tom Marcellino kicks off the televised action against Frankie Perez.

Here are today’s weigh-in results:

Marlon Moraes (13-4-1) (146.7 lbs)  vs. Cody Bollinger (16-2) (147 lbs)
Keon Caldwell (10-2) (155.5 lbs) vs. Ozzy Dugulubgov (5-2) (155.4 lbs)
Isaiah Chapman (6-1) (134.8 lbs) vs. Timur Valiev (7-1) (135.5 lbs)
Tom Marcellino (7-2) (154.9 lbs)  vs. Frankie Perez (8-1) (155.3 lbs)
Emmanuel Walo (6-1-1) (171.8 lbs) vs. Tenyeh Dixon (11-10) (169.9 lbs)
Katlyn Chookagian (1-0) (122.4 lbs) vs. Bridget Narcise (0-1) (125.6 lbs)
Brett Schoenfelt (7-5)  (170.4 lbs.) vs. Matt Secor (4-2) (170.7 lbs)
Sidney Outlaw (3-0) (163.9) vs. Nick Browne (1-0) (155.5 lbs)
Matthew Lozano (4-2) (125.7 lbs.) vs. Sidemar Honorio (8-5) (125.8 lbs)

160-pound catchweight – Francisco Isata (159 lbs.) vs. Luciano Christovam (159 lbs)

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