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  1. Default WSOF 7 Weigh-in Results

    http://fiveouncesofpain.com/2013/12/...gh-in-results/

    Official weigh-ins for the World Series of Fighting 7 took place earlier tonight.

    The main card airs Saturday on NBC Sports Network and features a main event between Georgi Karakhanyan and Lance Palmer for the vacant featherweight title.

    Both fighters came in under the 145-pound limit for the contest.

    Below are complete weigh-in results:

    MAIN CARD (NBC Sports Network/9 p.m. ET)

    WSOF Featherweight Championship
    Georgi Karakhanyan (144.7 lbs.) vs. Lance Palmer (144.6)

    Elvis Mutapcic (185.6) vs. Jesse Taylor (185.7) in semifinals of middleweight tournament

    Sabah Fadal (155) vs. Nick Newell (155.8)

    Dwayne Lewis (205) vs. Kalib Starnes (205)

    PRELIMINARY CARD (Online/6 p.m. ET)

    Richard Arsenault (169.8) vs. Michael Hill (169.2)

    Matt Baker (185.8) vs. David Perron (185.8)

    Shawn Albrecht (155.6) vs. Gabriel Solorio (154.8)

    Myles Merola (155.7) vs. Dan Ring (155.5)

    Micah Brakefield (185.4) vs. Brendan Kornberger (184.5)
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    World Series of Fighting 7 Worldwide Prelims Streaming on Saturday; Main Card for Non-U.S.
    http://www.mmaweekly.com/world-serie...rd-for-non-u-s

    The World Series of Fighting heads to the PNE Agrodome in Vancouver on Saturday, Dec. 7, for WSOF 7: Karakhanyan vs. Palmer. Georgi Karakhanyan vs. Lance Palmer headlines the card in a fight for the promotion’s inaugural featherweight championship.

    The main card airs live in the United States on Saturday at 9:00 p.m. ET/6:00 p.m. PT on NBC Sports Network, but the World Series of Fighting 7 preliminary bouts stream LIVE worldwide on MMAWeekly.com on Saturday at approximately 6:15 p.m. ET/3:15 p.m. PT.

    For those of you outside the United States, once the preliminary bouts conclude, the player will reset and then you’ll be able to watch the World Series of Fighting main card in the same player window. Fans in the U.S. can watch the fights on NBC Sports Network
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