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Titan FC 29 Weigh In Results; Fight Master Runner-Up Misses Mark as Bellator Veteran

All Titan FC 29 Main Card Fighters Make Weight, Prepare for Battle Tomorrow Night on CBS Sports Network. 
Fayetteville, NC. – Today the 22 fighters who are fighting on Titan FC 29 were called upon to step on the scales. All of the combatants made weight and can now focus on their respective bouts. The weigh-ins took place at Sports USA in Fort Bragg, NC and will feature five main card bouts that will be televised on the CBS Sports Network beginning at 10:00 EST
Titan FC 29 will be headlined by Canadian lightweight Mike Ricci and Australian veteran George Sotiropoulos. In the co-main event Kurt Holobaugh will face Bellator veteran Lloyd Woodard in a featherweight title eliminator.
In addition to the five televised bouts, CBS Sports website will also provide a live stream starting at 8:30 EST of four preliminary fights on its website, www.cbssports.com.
Titan FC 29 – Main Card (CBS Sports Network)
155 lbs : Mike Ricci (156) vs. George Sotiropoulos (155.5)
145 lbs : Kurt Holobaugh (146) vs. Lloyd Woodard (146*)
170 lbs : Micah Miller (169.75) vs. Bristol Marunde (171)
170 lbs : Keith Johnson (170.5) vs. Mike Bronzoulis (171*)
145 lbs : Brian Davidson (145.5) vs. Kevin Smith (146)
Titan FC 29 – Preliminary Card (CBS Sports Network Website)
205 lbs : Dustin Jacoby (204.5) vs. Lucas Lopes (202.5)
170 lbs : Robert Washington (170.5) vs. Blaine Thomas (170.5)
185 lbs : Steve Montgomery (185.25) vs. Rakim Cleveland (186)
155 lbs : Jeremy Severn (155.5) vs. Luciano Santos (155.5)
Titan FC 29 – Dark Bouts
155 lbs. : Mike Bruno (156) vs. D’Juan Owens (156)
170 lbs. : Lamar Reed (170) vs. Ururahy Rodrigues (170.5)
Woodard & Bronzoulis missed weight on their first attempt and needed an additional two hours to make their contracted weights.
Lloyd Woodard is a long-time Bellator veteran that has competed in many of the tournaments in the promotion and hopefully makes weight so that he can further pursue his opportunity at major gold under the Titan FC banner.
Mike Bronzoulis was the inaugural “Fight Master” runner-up and is looking for redemption tonight against Keith Johnson but he must first conquer the scale.
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