On Saturday, Dec. 31, World Series of Fighting will host its 34th event from the The Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York.

The stacked card features four title match-ups. Headlining the action will be undefeated lightweight champion Justin Gaethje, who faces off with veteran Luiz Firmino. Also on the main card, UFC veterans Jon Fitch and Jake Shields battle for Fitch’s welterweight strap and bantamweight king Marlon Moraes puts his title on the line against fellow Brazilian Josenaldo Silva.

In the night’s preliminary card action, two-division champion David Branch defends his middleweight title against Louis Taylor.

The action kicks off with a preliminary card stream live on Combat Press beginning at 1 p.m. ET, before transitioning to the NBC Sports Network at 2:30 p.m. ET for three additional prelims. The four-fight main card airs live on NBC at 4 p.m. ET.

The fighters hit the scales at 4 p.m. ET on Friday. Video can be found above, while the results appears below.

WSOF 34 Weigh-in Results
Justin Gaethje (154.8) vs. Luiz Firmino (154.4) – for lightweight title
Jon Fitch (169.8) vs. Jake Shields (169.2) – for welterweight title
Yushin Okami (170) vs. Paul Bradley (170.6)
Marlon Moraes (134.8) vs. Josenaldo Silva (134.2) – for bantamweight title
David Branch (184.8) vs. Louis Taylor (185) – for middleweight title
Jared Rosholt (256.8) vs. Caio Alencar (252.8)
Shane Kruchten (149.6) vs. Jeremy Mahon (148.8)
Smealinho Rama (204.4) vs. Jake Heun (205)
Vagab Vagabov (185.8) vs. Bruno Santos (183)
Andre Harrison (145.2) vs. Bruce Boyington (147.0)*
Tom Marcellino (166.4) vs. Matt Denning (170.4)

* – Boyington missed the featherweight limit of 146 pounds

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