WVR Sengoku 6 Weigh-In Results

World Victory Roads Sengoku 6 features the finale of the lightweight and middleweight grand prix’s.

Sengoku 6 Weigh-In Results

Jorge Santiago (180.2lbs) vs. Siyar Bahadurzada (182.5lbs)
Kazuhiro Nakamura (182.6lbs) vs. Yuki Sasaki (182.2lbs)
Mizuto Hirota (154.0lbs) vs. Kazunori Yokota (153.8lbs)
Satoru Kitaoka (154.0lbs) vs. Eiji Mitsuoka (153.8lbs)
Joe Doerksen (181.9lbs) vs. Izuru Takeuchi (182.4lbs)
Bang Seung Hwan (153.8lbs) vs. Jorge Masvidal (153.8lbs)
Antonio Rogerio Nogueira (204.4lbs) vs. Moise Rimbon (204.4lbs)
Muhammad “King Mo” Lawal (204.2lbs) vs. Fabio Silva (204.2lbs)
Sergey Golyaev (153.8 poundslbs) vs. Takanori Gomi (153.8lbs)

Sengoku 6 is set to go down early Saturday morning at 3pm EST.

More Fights Rumored For UFC 91 “Couture vs. Lesnar”

If the UFC 91 “Couture vs. Lesnar” card wasn’t waist deep with talent already, multiple sources are announcing more matchups for the fight card.

A lightweight matchup between Canadian Mark Bocek (5-2) and Alvin Robinson are set to go down on the undercard of UFC 91.

A rumored middleweight matchup between Travis Lutter (9-5) and Joe “El Dirte” Doerksen (40-12) is also rumored for the undercard. It looks like the UFC will give Lutter a second chance after gassing out during his fight with Rich Fanklin at UFC 83.

For the latest on UFC 91 “Couture vs. Lesnar”, check out our UFC Rumors section.

Joe Doerksen Gets The Boot From The UFC, Again

According to Sportsnet, Canadian Joe Doerksen (39-12) has been a victim of the latest round of UFC roster cutting, following three strait losses in the UFC and WEC.

“(The UFC officials) made it very clear they’re very happy with the way I fight and they want me to come back…But they need me to go put a couple of wins together (first).”

Doerksen is not stranger to being let go by the UFC, he was released of his contract following his loss in 2004 to Joe Riggs. He later came back it 2005 to defeat current UFC middleweight contender Patrick Cote. In 2006 he was cut again, after losing the decision to fellow Canadian Nathan Marquardt.