On Saturday, May 14, Bellator MMA will host its 154th event from the SAP Center in San Jose, Calif.

In the night’s main event, UFC veteran Phil Davis locks horns with former Strikeforce champion Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal. Davis impressed in his promotional debut last September, submitting former champion Emanuel Newton and then knocking out fellow UFC alum Francis Carmont to capture a one-night, four-man tournament. Lawal also captured a tournament of his own, winning three fights to en route to the Rizin FF crown on New Year’s Eve. The wins brought Lawal’s winning streak to seven heading into the match-up with Davis.

The event kicks off Saturday at 6:30 p.m. ET with a live preliminary card stream, while the five-fight main card follows at 8 p.m ET live on Spike.

Above is live video of the event’s weigh-ins (courtesy of Bellator MMA) which take place at 8 p.m. ET on Friday, May 13, while the results appear below.

Bellator 154 Weigh-in Results
Phil Davis (205.9) vs. Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal (205.4)
Adam Piccolotti (155.8) vs. Ray Wood (154.6)
Saad Awad (169.9) vs. Evangelista “Cyborg” Santos (170.4)
Andre Fialho (170.3) vs. Rick Reger (169.3)
Joshua Hardwick (157.9) vs. Jorge Acosta (158.6)
Victor Jones (145.5) vs. Anthony Taylor (146.2)
Danasabe Mohammed (170) vs. Martin Sano (171)
Josh Paiva (125.7) vs. Steven Gruber (125.1)
Sam Spengler (170.8) vs. Doyle Childs (170.4)
Josh San Diego (136) vs. Jeremiah Labiano (135.3)
Thomas Diagne (146) vs. Mark Dickman (145.7)
Stephanie Frausto (115.4) vs. Jamielene Nievara (120)
James Chapman (230.6) vs. Sean Tucker (265.3)

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