Douglas Lima (Keith Mills/Sherdog)

Bellator 140: Lima vs. Koreshkov Weigh-in Video and Results

On Friday, July 17, Bellator MMA will host its 140th event from the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn.

The main event features a welterweight title fight between champion Douglas Lima and former title challenger Andrey Koreshkov. Lima will look to make his first title defense. He captured the belt with a second-round TKO of Rick Hawn last April. Lima has only tasted defeat once since 2009, at the hands of Ben Askren. Like Lima, Koreshkov has also fallen short against Askren; his only career loss. The Russian rebounded with four straight wins and his second tournament title to earn a shot at Lima.

In the co-main event of the evening, wrestling stalwarts Paul Bradley and Chris Honeycutt lock horns in a welterweight match-up.


Also on the main card, British striking specialists Michael Page and Paul Daley take on Rudy Bears and Dennis Olson, respectively.

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

The fighters will hit the scales at 5 p.m. ET on Thursday. A live video feed appears above (courtesy of Bellator MMA), while the results appear below.

Bellator 140 Weigh-in Results
Douglas Lima (170) vs. Andrey Koreshkov (170) – for welterweight title
Paul Daley (171) vs. Dennis Olson (173)*
Roger Carroll (171.75)+ vs. Brennan Ward (171)
Paul Bradley (171) vs. Chris Honeycutt (171)
Rudy Bears (170.75) vs. Michael Page (171)
Kin Moy (138.25)# vs. Blair Tugman (136)
Ilya Kotau (170.25) vs. Nicholas Sergiacomi (171)
Eric Bedard (257) vs. Parker Porter (260.25)
Remo Cardarelli (123) vs. Billy Giovanella (125.75)
Alex Dunworth (155.5) vs. Dean Hancock (155.75)
Kaline Medeiros (124.25) vs. Sarah Payant (128.5)^
Waylon Lowe (160) vs. Ryan Quinn (159.75)

* Olson was given two hours to reach the welterweight limit
+ Carol was given two hours to reach the welterweight limit
# Moy was given two hours to reach the bantamweight limit
^ Payant was given two hours to reach the flyweight limit