SAN JOSE, Calif. – Bellator 206 takes place on Saturday, Sept. 29 from SAP Center in San Jose, Calif.
The card features the highly anticipated middleweight title fight pitting current champ Gegard Mousasi (44-6-2) against 170-pound titleholder Rory MacDonald (20-4), who is moving up a weight class for a title shot against the 185-pound champ, along with the fourth fight in the legendary rivalry between Quinton “Rampage” Jackson (37-13) and Wanderlei Silva (35-13). They all made weight.
Also on the card will be the opening bout of Bellator’s first-ever Welterweight World Grand Prix between Douglas Lima (29-7) and Andrey Koreshkov (21-2). The Bellator Welterweight World Grand Prix will be a major component of the first year of the multi-year agreement between Bellator and DAZN. They also made weight.
The early weigh-ins took place at a hotel in San Jose, Calif. Later today fight fans will be able to attend the ceremonial weigh-ins taking place at 8 p.m. ET. The live stream is available to watch above.
Bellator 206 weigh-in results:
(DAZN, 10 p.m. ET)
Champ Gegard Mousasi (184.4) vs. Rory MacDonald (184.9) – for the middleweight title
Quinton Jackson (254.4) vs. Wanderlei Silva (226.9)
Andrey Koreshkov (169.3) vs. Douglas Lima (170) – for the welterweight tournament opening round
Leandro Higo (145.1) vs. Aaron Pico (145.7)
Keri Melendez (116) vs. Dakota Zimmerman (115.6)
Gaston Bolanos (145.2) vs. Ysidro Gutierrez (145.3)
(Bellator app, 7 p.m. ET)
Adam Piccolotti (159.1) vs. James Terry (160)
Jeremiah Labiano (144.9) vs. Justin Smitley (144.2)
Arlene Blencowe (145.3) vs. Amber Leibrock (145.4)
Joe Neal (139.9) vs. Josh San Diego (139.2)
Abraham Vaesau (174.6) vs. DeMarco Villalona () +
Cass Bell (136) vs. Ty Costa (136)
Isaiah Batin-Gonzalez (135.8) vs. Khai Wu (136)
Ignacio Ortiz (144.9) vs. Jacob Ycaro (145.3)
Ricky Abdelaziz (147.3)* vs. Laird Anderson (145.8)
Chuck Campbell (205.6) vs. Joseph Ramirez (202.4)
Anthony Figueroa (156) vs. Samuel Romero (156)
* Abdelaziz forfeits 20 percent of his purse for missing weight, with 10 percent going to the commission and 10 percent going to the fighter.
+ Vaesau vs. Villalona canceled when Villalona did not weigh in for the bout.