Elite 1 34 Weigh in Results


To say it was a crazy 24 hours for Elite 1 would be an understatement After Julien LeBlanc suffered a knee injury yesterday, Mike Williams and company scrambled to find a last minute replacement for middleweight champion Christien Savoie for there main event. While it will not be a title fight, Williams was able a replacement as Savoie will face Nick Naccarato at a catch weight of 200lbs.

With that Elite 1 was able to hold there weigh ins for there 34th event this afternoon at Casino New Brunswick in Moncton. The weigh in itself did have a small issue as Naccarato came in initially at 203.5lbs but after an hour was able to make weight at an even 201 lbs. There is still a title fight on the card as Adam Burke MacDougall will defend his Bantamweight title against Kevin Walker.

The card is down to five fights but everything is a go and everyone has made weight. Doors will open at 6 and the action will start at 7:30. If your in the Moncton area and want to see the action live, tickets are still for sale at the Casino New Brunswick box office. Here are the official results.


200lbs-Christien Savoie (199.8 lbs) vs. Nick Naccarato (201 lbs)
135lbs-Adam Burke MacDougall (134.5 lbs) vs. Kevin Walker (135.6 lbs)
Bantamweight Title Fight

*correction. Walker actually came in again 134.9lbs for the 2nd time. New Brunswick doesnt allow the 1lb allowance for title fights

Amateur MMA

135lbs-Keith Nowlan (135.7lbs) vs. Robert Inness (133.6 lbs)
145lbs-Justin Ley (143.7 lbs) vs. Frank Thibodeau (144.2 lbs)
160lbs-Dominic LeBlanc (158.7 lbs) vs. Brandon Ryan (158.6 lbs)

3 Responses to “ Elite 1 34 Weigh in Results ”

  1. ? says:

    Is walker able to win the belt since he missed weight?

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  2. You are allowed up to 1 lbs with shorts on

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  3. I do have a correction. Walker weighed in a 2nd time at 134.9lbs. I got the rules mixed up

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