Kerman Lejarraga vs JJ Metcalf Plus Undercard Weigh-In

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Kerman Lejarraga and James Metcalf hit the scales in Bilbao, Spain ahead of Friday’s main event. Also on the show: Angel Moreno, Rikar Urrutia, James Moorcroft and Rhiannon Dixon!

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