Photo: Bellator MMA

NEW YORK–The fighters hit the scales inside the Wyndham New Yorker Hotel on Friday morning–starting at 9 a.m. ET local time–to weigh in for the Bellator NYC and Bellator 180 fight cards.

Bellator NYC will be headlined by a light heavyweight fight between Chael Sonnen (28-15) and Wanderlei Silva (35-12). A light heavyweight title fight between current champion Phil Davis (17-3) and Ryan Bader (22-5) will headline Bellator 180.

The complete weigh-in results can be viewed below:

Bellator NYC

Light heavyweight bout: Chael Sonnen (205.8 lbs) vs. Wanderlei Silva (205.8 lbs)

Heavyweight bout: Fedor Emelianenko (236.4 lbs) vs. Matt Mitrione (256.6 lbs)

Lightweight title bout: Michael Chandler (153.8 lbs) vs. Brent Primus (154.2 lbs)

Lightweight bout: Aaron Pico (156 lbs) vs. Zach Freeman (155.8 lbs)

Welterweight title bout: Douglas Lima (170 lbs) vs. Lorenz Larkin (169.8 lbs)

Bellator 180

Light heavyweight title bout: Phil Davis (204.8 lbs) vs. Ryan Bader (204 lbs)

Welterweight bout: Neiman Gracie (170.4 lbs) vs. Dave Marfone (170.4 lbs)

Featherweight bout: James Gallagher (144.4 lbs) vs. Chinzo Machida (146 lbs)

Women’s flyweight bout: Heather Hardy (125.2 lbs) vs. Alice Yauger (125.6 lbs)

Bellator 180 prelims

Welterweight bout: Ryan Couture (168.8 lbs) vs. Haim Gozali (169.2 lbs)

*Lightweight bout: Bradley Desir (160.6 lbs) vs. Nate Grebb (155.4 lbs)

*Lightweight bout: Anthony Giacchina (157.4 lbs) vs. Jerome Mickle (155.8 lbs)

*130-pound bout: Matt Rizzo (133.6 lbs) vs. Sergio da Silva (137.6 lbs)

Welterweight bout: Hugh McKenna (168.8 lbs) vs. John Salgado (168.2 lbs)

The Rizzo and da Silva fight was originally set at 130lbs. Per New York State Athletic Commission, this fight could not have a weight differential between both fighters higher than five pounds. Rizzo weighed in after da Silva and came within the five-pound range. Per NYSAC, a fighter cannot weigh in a second time unless it is a title fight.

Desir and Giacchina missed weight for their lightweight bouts respectively. The percentage of their fines will be determined by NYSAC.