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Fivestar Fight League 13: Vindicated Weigh-in Results



The fighters taking part in tomorrow night’s Fivestar Fight League 13 event took to the scale in the official weigh-ins.

The festivities took place at Fort St. John’s On the Rocks Pub.

Fivestar Fight League 13: Vindicated Weigh-in Results

In Friday’s main event, Fivestar Fight League Middleweight Champion Brad Stewart puts his title on the line against Brendan Kornberger. Another middleweight match-up is featured in the evening’s co-main event as Micah Brakefield squares off against Fivestar’s Welterweight champ Duncan Wilson.

Check out full weigh-in results below.

Middleweight Title Fight 185
Brad Stewart  (184.1) vs Brendan Kornberger (184.3)

Middleweight Bout 185
Duncan Wilson (185.4) vs Micah Brakefield (185.9)

Amateur Featherweight Title Fight 145
Dylan Lielke (144.6) vs Dane Newall (147.1) *Newall misses weight now a none title bout

Catchweight Bout 195
Cory Knipe (194.3) vs Tyler O’Brien (184.2)

Catchweight Bout 200
James Williams (198.2) vs Brent Auger (199.1)

Welterweight Bout 170
Matt Kertesz (167.2) vs Brad Laboucan (169.3)

Flyweight Bout 135
Yorkhander Martinez (130.4) vs Jarrett Vornbrock (130)

Ladies Catchweight Bout 140
Jamie Herrington (139.5) vs Robin Combs (134.6)

Catchweight Bout 200
Travis Lussier (201) vs Riley Cassidy (199.4)

Featherweight Bout 145
Joel Morin (143.4) vs Grey Patino (144.3)

Light Heavyweight Bout 205
Dan Bradshaw (203.1) vs Ted Russell (203.9)

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