On Friday, March 31, Bellator MMA will host its 175th event from the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Ill.

In the night’s main event, veteran Quinton “Rampage” Jackson and Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal will meet for a second time in a heavyweight contest. The pair locked horns at Bellator 120 in 2014, with Jackson earning a contentious decision victory. Since that meeting, Jackson has competed just twice due to contractual issues between the promotion and his former employer, the UFC. Lawal, meanwhile, has been very active, competing 10 times during the same stretch. The former Strikeforce titleholder has won eight of those 10 bouts, but fell short in his quest for Bellator gold against Phil Davis last May.

The night’s co-main event will feature former bantamweight champion Marcos Galvao moving up a weight class to take on Emmanuel Sanchez at featherweight.

The action kicks off Friday with a live preliminary card stream above at 7 p.m. ET. The night’s main card airs on Spike TV beginning at 9 p.m. ET.

The fighters hit the scales at 2 p.m. ET on Thursday, March 30. A live video stream (courtesy of Bellator MMA) appears above, while the results appear below.

Bellator 175 Weigh-in Results
Quinton “Rampage” Jackson (253) vs. Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal (212)
Emmanuel Sanchez (149.5) vs. Marcos Galvao (145.5)
Sergei Kharitonov (264) vs. Chase Gormley (265.5)
Steve Kozola (155) vs. Jake Roberts (156)
Noad Lahat (146) vs. Lloyd Carter (148)
Joaquin Buckley (171) vs. Justin Patterson (171)
Prince McLean (225) vs. Adam Maciejewski (262)
Damian Norris (155) vs. Tom Shoaff (155)
Matt Paul (207.5) vs. James Bochnovic (205)
Nate Williams (129) vs. Manny Vazquez (130)
J.D. Hardwick (150) vs. Tim Cho (150)
Tom Holder (169) vs. Josh Streaker (170.5)
Cory Galloway (136) vs. David Garcia (137)
Brian Akins (156) vs. Mike DeLaVega (156)
James Esposito (154.5) vs. Asef Askar (157)
Max Fuentes (138) vs. Brandon Shelhart (135)

About The Author

Rob Tatum
Assistant Editor

Rob Tatum has been covering combat sports since 2009. His work has appeared on InvictaFC.com, The MMA Corner, Bleacher Report MMA, MMA DieHards and MMAinterviews. Prior to covering combat sports, Rob ran his own music website from 2002-2009. Beyond his writing, Rob has trained in both Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Muay Thai. He is a Colorado native that works as a mechanical engineer during the day. In his free time, Rob enjoys watching sports, playing music and working on cars.

Related Posts