FFC 31 NIGHT OF CHAMPIONS OFFICIAL WEIGHTS

Las Vegas, NV. — Final Fight Championship (FFC) Founder & CEO, Orsat Zovko, held the very first FFC weigh-in ceremony in Las Vegas, and did so, with an ear-to-ear smile and an excitability that was simply palpable. The man behind one of the fastest growing combat sports promotion companies in the world welcomed everyone to the official weigh-ins for “FFC 31 Night of Champions”, which takes place Friday, Oct. 12 (10:00 p.m. EST/7:00 p.m. PST) at the all-new Fight Dome Las Vegas, located at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino.

“I’m very excited that all of the years worth of preparation and planning has finally paid off and FFC is ready to launch here in Las Vegas”, said Zovko. “We are looking forward to showcasing our quality product and brand to a nationwide audience live on CBS Sports Network.”

Doors open for “FFC 31 Night of Champions” at 5:30 pm (PST) and the event will broadcast live on CBS Sports Network starting at 7:00 pm (PST), 10:00 pm (EST). For more information visit www.finalfightchampionship.com or follow FFC on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook @FFCFighting.

Here are the weigh-in results from the FFC 31 Night of Champions participants.

WBU Cruiserweight Championship (Boxing)
Dennis “The Mongoose” Morris (14-2-1), Milwaukee, WI, 197.4 lbs
Shawn Miller (18-4-1), Troy, NY, 197.2 lbs

FFC Welterweight Championship (Kickboxing)
Francois “Bang Bang” Ambang (18-7-1), Mechanicsville, VA, 169.8 lbs
Shkodran “The Albanian Warrior” Veseli (83-18-1), Zurich, Switzerland, 168.8 lbs

FFC Heavyweight Championship (Kickboxing)
Jhonata Diniz (16-5-0), Curitiba, Brazil, 230 lbs
Mladen “The Scorpion Sting” Brestovac (54-14-1), Zagreb, Croatia, 261 lbs

FFC Welterweight Championship (MMA)
Ben Egli, (10-2-0), Tigard, Oregon, 170 lbs
Roberto Augusto “Facada” Neves, (10-3-0), Sao Paulo, Brazil, 169.2 lbs