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Bellator Champions Series: Paris Weigh-In Results: Title Fight Official, One Fighter Misses Weight

Bellator Champions Series: Paris Weigh-In Results
Patchy Mix vs. Magomed Magomedov

The official weigh-ins for Bellator Champions Series: Paris is complete, with all but one fighter successfully hitting their marks. This event promises thrilling matchups, including a highly anticipated title fight and a series of compelling bouts.

In the main event, Patchy Mix (19-1) will defend his bantamweight title in a rematch against Magomed Magomedov (20-3). Both fighters successfully made championship weight at 135 pounds, setting the stage for an intense showdown.

The co-headliner features French superstar Cedric Doumbe (5-1) taking on Jaleel Willis (16-5) in a 175-pound catchweight bout. Doumbe tipped the scales at 175.5 pounds, while Willis came in slightly under at 174.6 pounds, ensuring their fight proceeded as planned.

However, not all fighters gained weight without issues. Thibault Gouti (17-6), set to face Archie Colgan (9-0) at lightweight, missed the mark. Gouti weighed in at 157.7 pounds, over the 155-pound limit, and will be fined a percentage of his purse. Colgan, meanwhile, was on point at 154.9 pounds.

Gregory Babene and Costello van Steenis also made weight for their middleweight clash, as did Jonas Bilharinho and Yves Landu for their featherweight bout.

The weigh-ins took place at the Bellator host hotel, setting the stage for Friday’s event at Accor Arena in Paris. The full Bellator Champions Series: Paris weigh-in results included:


  • Champ Patchy Mix (135) vs. Magomed Magomedov (135) – for the bantamweight title

  • Cedric Doumbe (175.5) vs. Jaleel Willis (174.6)

  • Gregory Babene (185.7) vs. Costello van Steenis (185.8)

  • Jonas Bilharinho (145.9) vs. Yves Landu (145.4)

  • Archie Colgan (154.9) vs. Thibault Gouti (157.7)

  • Louis Sutherland (265.9) vs. Slim Trabelsi (239.5)

Fans can expect a night of high-stakes fights and unforgettable moments as Bellator Champions Series: Paris takes place at Accor Arena.


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