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Bellator Weigh-in 120 Ends in Shoving Match


Official fighter weigh-ins for Saturday’s Bellator 120 pay-per-view event took place today at Landers Center.

The headlining bout face off between Quinton “Rampage” Jackson (205.9) and Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal (205.6) ended in Rampage shoving King Mo and them getting quickly separated by Bjorn Rebney and other Bellator Staff.Both Fighters made weight on their first attempt. This rival bought is sure to get brutal tomorrow night with all the trash talk.

The Full results are listed below:


Quinton Jackson (205.9) vs. Muhammed Lawal (205.6) – light heavyweight tournament final

Will Brooks (154.2) vs. Michael Chandler (154.9) – interim lightweight title

Tito Ortiz (205.5) vs. Alexander Shlemenko (201.9)

Blagoi Ivanov (249.5) vs. Alexander Volkov (236.1) – heavyweight tournament final

Michael Page (170.5) vs. Ricky Rainey (170.1)


Cheick Kongo (235) vs. Eric Smith (253.8)

Marcin Held (158) vs. Nate Jolly (158)

Fabricio Guerreiro (147.9) vs. Shahbulat Shamhalaev (145.1)

Mike Richman (145.5) vs. Goiti Yamauchi (145.5)

PRELIMINARY CARD Spike.com (6 p.m. EST)

Austin Lyons (152.4) vs. Zach Underwood (152.3)

Justin Frazier (264.5) vs. Mike Wessel (257.9)

Ben Brewer (170.2) vs. Andy Uhrich (170.5)

Anthony Lemon (170) vs. Codie Shuffield (170)

Brian Hall (125.6) vs. Cortez Phelia (125.6)

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Autumn Ziemba
Autumn’s interest in Martial Arts began in her early teens through her father and brother. They trained together for several years. During those years she was also active in Sports. Autumn took a break from Martial Arts and athletics to pursue her education. She completed her Undergraduate Degree at Oneonta State College in Sociology with a concentration in Pre-professional Human Services. She then studied Social Sciences at Binghamton University receiving her Masters in Social Science in 2009. Her passion lies in Gender equality for sports and facets of Mixed Martial Arts. She currently works as a Criminal Justice Professional. Writing is a passion of hers and she enjoys engaging with people of various backgrounds to gain an understanding of different perspectives in the world of MMA.