On Thursday, Feb. 25, Bellator MMA will host the weigh-ins for its 150th event which takes place Friday, Feb. 26, from the Kansas Star Arena in Mulvane, Kan.

The event was scheduled to be headlined by a bantamweight title fight between former training partners Marcos Galvão and Eduardo Dantas. The two Brazilians met previously at Bellator 89 in 2013 with Dantas winning by second-round knockout. Dantas would lose the title to Joe Warren in 2014, allowing Galvão to ascend to the top of the division. However, the champion Galvão fell ill during fight week and the fight was pulled from the card.

As a result, the co-main event between UFC veterans Cheick Kongo and Vinicius Queiroz has been elevated to the night’s top billing. Kongo, who fell short in his bid for Bellator gold against Vitaly Minakov, has rebounded with wins in three of his last four Bellator appearances. Queiroz, meanwhile, has won back-to-back fights, one via knockout and one via submission.

The event kicks off Friday at 7:40 p.m. ET with a live preliminary card stream, while the five-fight main card follows at 9 p.m ET on Spike.

Above is live video of the event’s weigh-ins (courtesy of Bellator MMA) which take place at 6 p.m. ET on Thursday, Feb. 25, while the results appear below.

Bellator 150 Weigh-in Results
Cheick Kongo (235.2) vs. Vinicius Queiroz (233.6)
Bobby Cooper (155.8) vs. David Rickels (156)
Francisco France (185.4) vs. Kendall Grove (186)
Gaston Reyno (143.6) vs. Chuka Willis (146)
Lena Ovchynnikova (124.6) vs. Rebecca Ruth (125.2)
David Hammons (262.4) vs. Kyle Noblitt (242.2)
Henry Lindsay (155.4) vs. Marcio Navarro (155.8)
Chris Harris (185.4) vs. Julian Marquez (186)
Andre Fialho (170.8) vs. Manuel Meraz (170)
Gregory Babene (185) vs. Brandon Farran (187.2)
Jonathan Gary (155.4) vs. Jason Witt (158.4)
Thai Clark (146) vs. Deron Carlis (146)

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