On Thursday, Sept. 17, World Series of Fighting will hold the weigh-ins for its 23rd event which takes place Friday, Sept. 18, from the Comerica Theatre in Phoenix.

In the night’s main event, the promotion’s lightweight champion, Justin Gaethje, puts his belt on the line once again in a rematch with Luis Palomino. The pair met in March at WSOF 19 with Gaethje earning a third-round TKO in a “Fight of the Year” candidate.

The co-main event also features gold on the line as the promotion will crown its inaugural light heavyweight champion. The title tilt pits the promotion’s middleweight kingpin, Dave Branch, against surprising tournament finalist Teddy Holder.

The preliminary card airs live Friday on Combat Press at 7 p.m. ET. The main card will be broadcast on the NBC Sports Network at 10 p.m. ET.

The fighters hit the scales on Thursday at 7 p.m. ET. A live feed and results appears below.

WSOF 23 Weigh-in Results
Justin Gaethje (154.7) vs. Luis Palomino (154.2) – for lightweight title
David Branch (204) vs. Teddy Holder (202.4) – for inaugural light heavyweight title
Ben Fodor (161.6)* vs. Roberto Yong (157.3)
Tito Jones (134.7) vs. Timur Valiev (135.9)
LaRue Burley (154.9) vs. Brian Foster (155.7)
Brian Grinnell (181.9) vs. Vagab Vagabov (184.9)
Krasimir Mladenov (185.7) vs. Clifford Starks (186)
Danny Davis Jr. (169.5) vs. Matthew Frincu (170.3)
David Nuzzo (136) vs. Andres Ponce (137.5)*
Joey Miolla (135) vs. Randy Steinke (135.9)
Jeff Fletcher (154.2) vs. Benny Madrid (160.3)*

* – Fodor, Ponce and Madrid were each given one hour to make weight

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