2022 PFL 3 weigh-in results: Two fighters, including two-time champ, come in heavy

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2022 PFL 3 weigh-in results: Two fighters, including two-time champ, come in heavy
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ARLINGTON, Texas – The weigh-ins are in the books for the PFL’s third event of the season, and there was some drama on the scales.

The event features welterweights and women’s lightweights, including 2021 champions Kayla Harrison and Ray Cooper III. Former UFC champion Anthony Pettis also competes on the card against Myles Price in the lone men’s lightweight bout.

Harrison (12-0) weighed in at 155 pounds and her opponent, Marina Mokhnatkina (6-2) stepped on the scale at 154.2 pounds, making the main event bout official.

The co-feature bout was met with issues, as two-time welterweight season winner Cooper III (24-7-1) came in heavy at 176.4 pounds. He will be deducted one point in the welterweight standings and cannot earn points, regardless of the outcome of his bout on Friday. His opponent, Carlos Leal (16-3) made weight, recording 169.9 pounds.

Genah Fabian also had troubles on the scale, as she weighed in at 160.8 pounds for her lightweight bout against Julia Budd. Fabian (4-2) will also lose a point and cannot earn points regardless of the result of the bout. Budd (16-3) made weight at 154.4 pounds.

The 11-fight PFL 2022, Week 3 event takes place Friday at Esports Arena in Arlington, Texas. The main card airs on ESPN2 following prelims on ESPN+.

The complete 2022 PFL 3 weigh-in results include:

MAIN CARD (ESPN2, 9 p.m. ET)

  • Kayla Harrison (155) vs. Marina Mokhnatkina (154.2)

  • Ray Cooper III (176.4) vs. Carlos Leal (169.6)

  • Anthony Pettis (155.4) vs. Myles Price (154.8)

  • Rory MacDonald (171) vs. Brett Cooper (169.8)

  • Larissa Pacheco (155.4) vs. Zamzagul Fayzallanova (153.4)

PRELIMINARY CARD (ESPN+, 6 p.m. ET)

  • Dilano Taylor (170.6) vs. Joao Zeferino (170.8)

  • Julia Budd (154.4) vs. Genah Fabian (160.8)

  • Nikolay Aleksakhin (170.2) vs. Sadibou Sy (170.8)

  • Jarrah Al-Silawi (170) vs. Gleison Tibau (169.6)

  • Olena Kolesnyk (155.2) vs. Abigail Montes (154)

  • Martina Jindrova (155.4) vs. Vanessa Melo (155.8)

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