Bellator 60 weigh-in results via Brian Hemminger of MMA Mania: Main Card Joe Warren (144) vs. Pat Curran (144.8) Marlon Sandro (145.6) vs. Roberto Vargas (145.4) Ronnie Mann (145.6) vs. Mike Corey (145.4) Alexandre Bezerra (145.4) vs. Genair da Silva (149*) Daniel Straus (144.8) vs. Jeremy Spoon (145.6) Preliminary Card Cory Galloway (136) vs. Jake Nauracy (135.2) Travis Wiuff (214.8) vs. Anthony Gomez (213.8) Sean McCorkle (281) vs. Richard White (277.6) Shamar Bailey (164.4) vs. Josh Shockley (166.6**) Kenny Foster (145.6) vs. Bobby Reardanz (148.6***) *Da Silva has two hours to drop three pounds, or he is out of the tourney. **Shockley has two hours to drop 0.6 pounds ***Reardanz has two hours to drop 2.6 pounds. UPDATE - Genair da Silva was unable to make weight, and has been replaced in the tournament by Kenny Foster who will now face Alexandre Bezerra.
Sengoku featherweight champion Marlon Sandro, um... enjoying his own company at SRC 14 on Sunday. Source: Hybrid Fighter
"I have a fight scheduled for September, in the Sengoku x Dream event, only I still don't have an opponent. I couldn't fight at the end of last year at the fusion of the two big Japanese events, but this year they're doing it in September and I'm already preparing, although I don't have an opponent. I believe I will face Michihiro Omigawa who is fighting for Dream and is the only guy to beat me, so I think they should give me the rematch." - Sengoku featherweight champ Marlon Sandro speaking to Tatame. Sengoku doesn't currently have an event scheduled for September, so it seems likely that Sandro is referring to Dream 16 on September 25th, an event which is rumored to be a "mega-card" for primetime TV. Photo by Daniel Herbertson for Sherdog.
Cage Force Featherweight Champion Yuji Hoshino (16-7-7) will make his Sengoku debut on November 7th against Featherweight King of Pancrase Marlon Sandro (14-1). Hoshino holds a record of 8-0-3 since 2004; however, he hasn't fought since his unanimous decision win over "Wicky" Akiyo Nishiura last December. Sandro is coming off the first loss of his career to Michihiro Omigawa in the Sengoku FWGP semifinals, a match which most felt Sandro won.
Sengoku Featherweight Grand Prix semifinalist Marlon Sandro and the Nova Uniao crew at an open workout in Kanigawa on Thursday. The featherweight King of Pancrase says he's ready for the tournament dark horse Michihiro Omigawa on August 1st and knows he needs to end the fight quickly so he can be fresh for the finals. Teammate Felipe Olivieri, meanwhile, promised a KO finish to his August 8th Pancrase bout against Koji Oishi.