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Photos: Petr Petrov, Dedrick Bell - On Weight For Battle

Former lightweight contender Petr Petrov weighed in at 136.9 lbs. at Thursday's "Locked n' Loaded" weigh in, while opponent Dedrick Bell weighed 137.9 lbs.

The 8-round main event, which is being contested at the catch weight of 138 lbs., originates from the Doubletree Hotel in Ontario, Calif. on Friday.

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At 36, Petrov is still among the most dangerous veterans in the lightweight division.

"I feel great and fresh for this fight," said Petrov, who is trained by Danny Zamora. "I had an excellent training camp. I'm looking forward to getting in the ring against Bell."

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Tickets for "Locked n' Loaded" are priced at $40, $60 and $100 and are available for purchase on the day of event from the will call booth at the Doubletree Ontario starting at 5:30 p.m. local time.

WEIGHTS

Petr Petrov, 136.9 lbs. vs. Dedrick Bell, 137.9 lbs. (8-rounds)
Mario Hernandez, 114.5 lbs. vs. Jesse Ruiz, 114.4 lbs. (6-rounds)
Isaac Zarate, 126.9 lbs. vs. Roberto Meza, 127 lbs. (6-rounds)
Anthony Chavez, 126 lbs. vs. Aleem Jumakhonov, 125 lbs. (6-rounds)
Arnold Dinong, 128.8 lbs. vs. Prisco Marquez, 132 lbs. (6-rounds)

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