CageSport 43 Weights


CageSport 43 Weights


CageSport 43 Weights


15326422_10154207142241801_2798917399487684261_nTACOMA, Wash. – Bryan Nuro and Bobby McIntyre both came in a pound underweight for their CageSport 43 main event at the Emerald Queen Casino in Tacoma, Wash. on Saturday.


The Nuro/McIntyre fight will be for the CageSport Interim Lightweight Championship. Both fighters tipped the scale at a ready 154 pounds.


The card will also feature a semi-main event bout in the 145-pound division between Drew Brokenshire (145) and Eduardo Torres (145).


Tickets are available through the EQC box office and all Ticket Master outlets. Doors open at 6 p.m. with preliminary bouts starting at 7 p.m.


Weights for Saturday’s CageSport 43 follows:


Main Event – CageSport Interim Lightweight Championship

Bryan Nuro (154) vs. Bobby McIntyre (154)


Eduardo Torres (145) vs. Drew Brokenshire (145)

Chris Stone (156) vs. Jacob Ikaika Martin (155.5)

J.D. Burns (154) vs. Patrick Benson (156)

Journey Newson (140) vs. Anthony Zender (139.5)

Joe Rodriguez (233.5) vs. Rafael Brewster (210)*

Dylan Atkinson (141) vs. Daniel Elliot (141)

Rodney Kealohi (134.5) vs. Sean Gee (136)

Jorge Cordoba (183.5) vs. Nick Coughran (184)


*The contract weight for the Brewster/Rodriguez fight was 210 pounds. The bout has been pulled from the CageSport 43 card.


CageSport 43 is brought to you by Brian Halquist Productions and CageSport MMA. For more information, please visit the CageSport MMA Facebook page and





Brian Halquist Productions is the Northwest premiere fight promotion company creator of the famed "Battle at the Boat" boxing series promoting more than 19 years and over 150 fights at the Emerald Queen Casino. BHP has also built the largest professional MMA series on the USA’s west coast with “Cage Sport MMA” nearing more than 50 fights. Brian Halquist Productions has promoted events for ESPN, ShowTime and HBO and featured on Showtime's historic boxing event in St Lucia, West Indies. Brian Halquist Productions has been promoting fights and concerts for over 30 years in the Pacific Northwest.


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