Bellator MMA’s eighth season comes to a close Thursday night at Revel in Atlantic City with two tournament finals and a featherweight title bout. Fighters competing on the Bellator 95 card took to the scales Wednseday, with featherweight headliners Pat Curran and Shahbulat Shamhalaev both weighing in at 144.7 pounds. Curran’s title will be on the line against Shamhalaev, who won Bellator’s season seven featherweight tournament.
Bellator 95’s first fight kicks off Thursday at 7:15 p.m. EST and will stream live on Spike.com. The main card action will begin at 10 p.m. EST and will air live on Spike TV. Join us here at ProMMAnow.com for the LIVE results and play-by-play commentary on all the action.
The complete Bellator 95 weigh-in results are as follows:
- Featherweight World Title Fight: Pat Curran (144.7) vs. Shahbulat Shamhalaev (144.7)
- Featherweight Tournament Final Fight: Frodo Khasbulaev (145.4) vs. Mike Richman (145.1)
- Middleweight Tournament Final Fight: Brett Cooper (185.2) vs. Doug Marshall (185.4)
- Welterweight Feature Fight: Karo Parisyan (171) vs. Rick Hawn (170.7)
- Light Heavyweight Feature Fight: Anton Talamantes (205) vs. Liam McGeary (204)
- Featherweight Feature Fight: Kevin Roddy (146) vs. Brylan Van Artsdalen (145.2)
- Featherweight Feature Fight: Michael Brent Hess (145.9) vs. Will Martinez (144.9)
- Catchweight Feature Fight (140 lbs.): Jimmie Rivera (139.3) vs. Brian Kelleher (139.5)
- Lightweight Feature Fight: Phillipe Nover (156) vs. Darrell Horcher (156)
- Catchweight Feature Fight(188 lbs): Carlos Brooks (188) vs. Tom DeBlass (185.9)
- Catchweight Feature Fight (173 lbs): Shedrick Goodridge (172.8) vs. Sam Oropeza (170.5)
- Welterweight Feature Fight: Lyman Good (170.8) vs. Dante Rivera (170.9)
Be sure to check out our exclusive interview with Bellator Chairman & CEO Bjorn Rebney from this past week in Tampa, as well as our Pro MMA Now Radio interview with middleweight tournament finalist Doug Marshall and hear what he had to say about his road to the finals and what he expects from his opponent Brett Cooper.