MFC 34: Total Recall – Weigh In Results – Lynn Misses Weight

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The Maximum Fighting Championship will hold event #34 at The Mayfield Conference Centre in Edmonton, Alberta tomorrow night. The main event features a rematch from MFC 33 between Mukai Maromo and Adam Lynn but this time the Lightweight Title is on the line. Another rematch on the card features Canada’s top two Heavyweights, Tim Hague and Mike Hackert. Also on the stacked card is submission ace Luke Harris who will take on TUF veteran Joeseph Henle.

UPDATE: (MFC Press Release)
The Maximum Fighting Championship’s main event for MFC 34: Total Recall has been reduced to a three-round, non-title affair after Adam Lynn missed weight during the official weigh-in.

Lynn (17-9) was set to meet rival Mukai Maromo (7-2) for the vacant MFC lightweight title in a rematch of their contentious, controversial original bout from MFC 33 which Maromo took by a hotly disputed split-decision verdict. But Lynn, the former U.S. Marine, failed to make the 155-pound limit, stepping off the scale at 156.6 pounds. Maromo was on the money for his efforts at 154 pounds.

Main Card:
155lbs- Mukai Maromo (154) vs. *Adam Lynn (156.6)
185lbs- *Luke Harris (187) vs. Joseph Henle (185.4)
265lbs- Tim Hague (262) vs. Mike Hackert (222.2)
185lbs- Jacen Flynn (185) vs. Elvis Mutapcic (184.6)
170lbs- Nick Hinchliffe (170.2) vs. Dhiego Lima (170.8)
190lbs- *Cody Krahn (194.4) vs. Jason Zentgraf (190.8)

Preliminary Card:
160lbs- Dan Ring (159) vs. Derek Boyle (160.8)
185lbs- Paul Grandbois (184.4) vs. Derek Parker (185.2)
265lbs- Smealinho Rama (259.6) vs. Lee Mein (239.4)

*Missed Weight, forfeits 20% of his purse

52 Responses to “ MFC 34: Total Recall – Weigh In Results – Lynn Misses Weight ”

  1. I'll say it says:

    I know I was kind of all over there was in a rush, I agree with you there and believe he should allow the top guys to move forward with their career that being the UFC.

    Your right he does take it personal if guys want to leave and that is his biggest problem, I do see to a point why he feels that way, he promotes the he’ll out of guys then they leave, but he always has others in line, look what he has done for Moromo, and even Hague up until the fight.

    On another note great fights tonight, we seen many over rated fighters get KOed all around great fights

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  2. Idolmaker says:

    For me this card holds less impact for me than the next sfs card, but definitely top 2 for the year, thus far. I fully understand what Pavelich does, I Just don’t agree with. Is it wrong? That’s a matter of opinion, you know my stance. Like MM said, it’s essentially how Pavelich conducts himself, that bothers me. It’s merely my opinion, but I don’t understand how he gets away with moves like eliminating, in my mind, the most stacked/exciting division in pretty much every promotion. Congrats mukai great fight, excellent win, you’re now unemployed. Just seems weird to me.

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