UFC London – Fight Night 84 Weigh-In Results: Bisping 185 lbs Silva 186 lbs

The UFC makes its return to London, England with a huge main event in that of middleweight contender Michael Bisping, who returns to his home country and takes on former UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva. The co-main event is another middleweight contest between Thales Leites and Gegard Mousasi (who was originally due to take on Michael Bisping).


With a stacked card from top to bottom, the atmosphere at O2 Arena is one not to be missed.

Before we get to the fights ahead we have to make sure they all make weight.

Here are the weigh-in results:

Main Card 

Michael Bisping (185) vs. Anderson Silva (186)
Thales Leites (186) vs. Gegard Mousasi (185)
Tom Breese (171) vs. Keita Nakamura (170)
Brad Pickett (136) vs. Francisco Rivera (136)

Preliminary Card  

Makwan Amirkhani (145) vs. Mike Wilkinson (145)
David Grant (136) vs. Marlon Vera (135)
Scott Askham (185) vs. Chris Dempsey (185)
Arnold Allen (145) vs. Yaotzin Meza (144)
Krzysztof Jotko (184) vs. Bradley Scott (186)
Rustam Khabilov (155) vs. Norman Parke (155)
Jarjis Danho (261) vs. Daniel Omielanczuk (254)
Thibault Gouti (155) vs. Teemu Packalen (156)
Martin Svensson (154) vs. David Teymur (155)

Brad Pickett and Davey Grant added to UFC London Feb 27th

Fan favourite and veteran of the sport Brad “One Punch” Pickett (25-11-0, fighting out of London, England) will compete in front of his home crowd, as he takes on Mexican Henry “Bure” Briones (19-5-1, fighting out of San Diego, CA, USA).

London, UK – UFC® – the world’s largest mixed martial arts (MMA) organisation – has announced two more bouts set to feature on the UFC FIGHT NIGHT® LONDON card.

UFC FIGHT NIGHT® LONDON marks UFC’s return to England after almost two years’ absence. Tickets to the event, which is set to take place at London’s O2 Arena on February 27, sold out in just 27 minutes, demonstrating the overwhelming demand from fans across the UK for live UFC action.

East Londoner Pickett was a keen soccer player in his youth and used to box to keep fit. He later made the decision to switch to MMA in order to experiment with a variety of disciplines, and soon found a natural talent for the martial arts. Pickett has been competing in the UFC since 2011 and, in that time, has picked up no less than five Fight of the Night bonuses.

In March 2014 Pickett secured an unforgettable win over Irishman Neil Seery in front of home fans at the O2 Arena. The Englishman will undoubtedly be looking to replicate that success come February 2016.

Briones, meanwhile, is a veteran of the UFC’s reality TV show The Ultimate Fighter® and joins an impressive crop of talent emerging from Latin America, looking to make their mark. “Bure” was a dedicated hockey player before he made the decision to step into an MMA gym in his hometown of Tijuana, Mexico in 2006.

Britain’s Davey “Dangerous” Grant (8-2-0, fighting out of Bishop Auckland, County Durham, England) will also step out in front of home fans on February 27, as he goes toe-to-toe with Ecuador’s Marlon “Chito” Vera (7-2-1, fighting out of Chone, Ecuador), who is also looking to make a name for himself in the bantamweight division.

Grant first began training in MMA as a way to build up his fitness but, after progressing through his teenage years, he made a bid for a career in the sport.

In 2013, Grant was a standout on The Ultimate Fighter®, where he competed under the direction of coach and former women’s bantamweight champion “Rowdy” Ronda Rousey. Grant was due to fight at UFC FIGHT NIGHT® LONDON in 2013 but was forced to withdraw just days before the fight after sustaining an injury. Fans have been clamoring for the Englishman to return to the Octagon ever since.

Grant faces a young contender in Vera who, at the age of 23, has two UFC bouts under his belt including a win against Roman Salazar, which earned him a Performance of the Night bonus. “Chito” grew up in Ecuador and began training in MMA at 16, with one goal – to fight in the UFC.

Also set to compete at UFC FIGHT NIGHT® LONDON are British fighters Michael “The Count” Bisping, who takes on Holland’s Gegard Mousasi, Birmingham’s Tom Breese, who faces Japan’s Keita Nakamura, and Mike Wilkinson who meets Makwan Amirkhani.

UFC FIGHT NIGHT® LONDON will be available to watch live on UFC Fight Pass.

For up to date news and information on the event, visit UFC.com or follow @UFC_Europe on Twitter.

UFC Fight Night London: Tickets on Sale December 4th

The UFC returns to London on February 27, 2016.  Tickets go on general sale today, December 4th.


So far confirmed is:

Michael Bisping vs. Gegard Mousasi

Mike Wilkinson vs. Makwan Amirkhani

Norman Parke vs. Rustam Khabilov


Tickets are available for purchase WWW.Ticketmaster.co.uk.


For further details please visit the UFC.com.



London, UK – UFC® today announced the first three bouts to feature on the UFC FIGHT NIGHT® LONDON card, the organisation’s eagerly awaited return to the capital after a two year absence.

Bisping.jpgNo. 7 middleweight Michael Bisping (27-7, fighting out of Orange County, CA, USA) will return to fight on home soil for the first time since 2010 as he takes on No.8 Gegard Mousasi (37-6 -2, fighting our of Leiden, Holland) at the O2 Arena on February 27.


Bisping’s last fight at the iconic O2 Arena saw him walk away not only with a victory but also the Fight of the Night bonus for his performance. “The Count” will be looking for history to repeat itself in London this February. Standing in his way is former Strikeforce light heavyweight champion Gegard Mousasi who will be no easy competitor with notable wins over Dan Henderson and Costas Philippou. One thing that can be guaranteed is there will be fireworks when these two strikers collide.


Two rising UFC talents will also battle inside the Octagon® as England’s Mike Wilkinson (9-1, fighting out of Manchester, England) takes on Finland’s Makwan Amirkhani (12-2, fighting out of Stockholm, Sweden).


Wilkinson last defeated Niklas Backstrom in devastating fashion within 2 minutes of the first round, earning him the Performance of the Night bonus, before injury forced him out of competition for over a year. Amirkhani also likes to keep his battles short, ending both his UFC victories in the first round.  A win for either athlete will certainly put the featherweight division on notice and show Europe continues to be a hotbed of emerging talent.


Tenacious warrior Norman Parke (22-4-1 fighting out of Bushmills, Northern Ireland) will take on a tough test in Russian Rustam Khabilov (17-3, fighting out of Albuquerque, New Mexico). Following a win in Dublin last month over Reza Madadi, Parke will be looking to put on a show stopping performance and climb the lightweight ladder while Khabilov hopes to prove he remains a force at 155 pounds.


Tickets for UFC FIGHT NIGHT® LONDON go on sale Friday, December 4 at 12 p.m. GMT and are priced at £40, £50, £75, £100, £125 and £150 (prices do not include any applicable service charges and handling fees). Tickets are available for purchase online at  http://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/event/35004F7ED13483B9 and www.axs.com/uk.

UFC FIGHT CLUB member have the opportunity to purchase tickets early on Wednesday, December 2 at 10 a.m. GMT via www.ufcfightclub.com.

UFC newsletter subscribers will also have priority access starting on Thursday at 10 a.m. GMT, to sign up for the UFC newsletter please visit UFC.com.


For a full list of bouts and the latest news, please visit UFC.com



Anthony Johnson celebrating WIN
Anthony Johnson celebrating WIN

UFC in Stockholm, Sweden did not disappoint, from the opening Fight Pass Prelim fights to the Main Card fights.

We had everything. Knockouts, TKO’s, Submissions, Decisions, and upsets (for some, in more ways than one)! What more could we ask for!

Here are all the results :

Anthony Johnson looking up WIN

Anthony Johnson looking up WIN

Anthony Johnson Def  Alexander Gustafsson via TKO (Punches) 2 min 15 Sec Round One

Anthony Johnson celebrating WIN
Anthony Johnson WIN

Gegard Mousasi def Dan Henderson  via TKO  (Punches)                1 min 10 secs Round One

Gegard Mousasi Win
Gegard Mousasi Win

Ryan Bader def Phil Davis via Split Decision 29-28 Bader, 29-28 Davis, 29-28 Bader

Ryan Bader Win
Ryan Bader Win

Sam Sicilia def Akira Corassani  via KO 3 min 26 secs Round One

Sam Sicilia Win
Sam Sicilia Win



Mirsad Bektic def  Paul Redmond via Unanimous Decision 30-27, 30-27, 30-25

Mirsad Bektic Win
Mirsad Bektic Win

Mairbek Taisumov  def  Anthony Christodoulou via  KO Round Two,  0.38 seconds

Mairbek Taisumov Win
Mairbek Taisumov Win

Nikita Krylov  def  Stanislav Nedkov  via Guillotine Round one, 1 min 24 seconds

Nikita Krylov Win
Nikita Krylov Win

Makwan Amirkhani def Andy Ogle via TKO (Punches)  0.08 secs Round One

Makwan Amirkhani Win
Makwan Amirkhani Win

Kenny Robertson def  Sultan Aliev via TKO  (Punch) 2 min 42 secs Round One

Kenny Robertson Win
Kenny Robertson Win

Albert Tumenov def Nico Musoke via Unanimous Decision        29-28, 29-28, 29-28

Albert Tumenov Win
Albert Tumenov Win


Neil Seery def Chris Beal via Unanimous Decision 29-28, 29-28, 30-27

Neil Seery Win
Neil Seery Win

Viktor Pesta  def Konstantin Erokhin via Unanimous Decision 29-28, 30-27, 30-27


Viktor Pesta Win

Viktor Pesta Win


Anthony Johnson $50,000

Gegard Mousasi $50,000

Makwan Amirkhani $50,000

Kenny Robertson $50,000












The UFC heads to the Tele2 Arena on Saturday for another huge stadium show in Stockholm, Sweden. Light heavyweight contenders Alexander Gustafsson and Anthony Johnson face off in the main event, with the winner on course for a title shot vs. Jon Jones. In the co-main event, MMA legend Dan Henderson returns to middleweight to face Gegard Mousasi, while Phil Davis and Ryan Bader engage in their own light heavyweight battle.

It was now time for the all important weigh-in’s to begin, all athlete’s, bar one made their scheduled contracted weight.

Stockholm, Sweden get ready for UFC on FOX 14.


Gus and Rumble Face Off
Gus and Rumble Face Off


Alexander Gustafsson (205 lbs) vs. Anthony Johnson (204 lbs)

Anthony 'Rumble' Johnson Weigh in
Anthony ‘Rumble’ Johnson Weigh in

Dan Henderson (185 lbs) vs. Gegard Mousasi (185 lbs)

Phil Davis (206 lbs) vs. Ryan Bader (205 lbs)

Akira Corassani (145 lbs) vs. Sam Sicilia (145 lbs)


Nico Musoke (171 lbs) vs. Albert Tumenov (170 lbs)

Kenny Robertson (170 lbs) vs. Sultan Aliev (170 lbs)

Andy Ogle (146 lbs) vs. Makwan Amirkhani (145 lbs)

Andy Ogle Face Off
Andy Ogle Face Off

Nikita Krylov (205 lbs) vs. Stanislav Nedkov (205 lbs)

Mairbek Taisumov (156 lbs) vs.Anthony Christodoulou (156 lbs)

Mirsad Bektic (145lbs) vs. Paul Redmond* (149 lbs) 3 pounds over*


Viktor Pesta (239 lbs) vs. Konstantin Erokhin (229 lbs)

Neil Seery (125 lbs) vs. Chris Beal (126 lbs)

* Paul Redmond will not re-weigh. So he will be fined ahead of tomorrow’s fight with Mirsad Bektic.










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