The UFC heads back to London for the second time in 2022 on Saturday for its 208th edition of UFC Fight Night. Emanating from the world-famous O2 Arena, the main event sees Curtis Blaydes stepping into enemy territory to face Tom Aspinall in a heavyweight clash.
In the co-main event, No. 8 ranked middleweight Jack Hermansson faces Chris Curtis. The event also features the highly anticipated Octagon returns of fan favorite Paddy Pimblett and his partner in crime, ‘Meatball’ Molly McCann. With submission machine Paul Craig and the return of ‘The Mauler’ Alexander Gustafsson rounding out the main card, UFC London is sure to be nothing short of spectacular.
Before the competitors step inside the Octagon, they step on the scale to make weight for their highly anticipated bouts. Did all 28 fighters make weight at the official UFC weigh-in? Find out below:
MAIN CARD (ESPN+, 2 p.m. ET)
- Curtis Blaydes (260lbs) vs. Tom Aspinall (251lbs)
- Chris Curtis (186lbs) vs. Jack Hermansson (186lbs)
- Jordan Leavitt (155lbs) vs. Paddy Pimblett (156lbs)
- Alexander Gustafsson (205lbs) vs. Nikita Krylov (204lbs)
- Hannah Goldy (125lbs) vs. Molly McCann (125.5lbs)
- Paul Craig (206lbs) vs. Volkan Oezdemir (205.5lbs)
PRELIMINARY CARD (ESPN+, 11 a.m. ET)
- Marc Diakiese (156lbs) vs. Damir Hadzovic (156lbs)
- Charles Rosa (145lbs) vs. Nathaniel Wood (145.5lbs)
- Makwan Amirkhani (145.5lbs) vs. Jonathan Pearce (145lbs)
- Charles Johnson (125.5lbs) vs. Muhammad Mokaev (126lbs)
- Jai Herbert (155lbs) vs. Kyle Nelson (155lbs)
- Mandy Bohm (125lbs) vs. Victoria Leonardo (125.5lbs)
- Nicolas Dalby (170) vs. Claudio Silva (170.5)
- Mason Jones (155.5) vs. Ludovit Klein (155)
28 Fighters Hit the Mark at UFC Weigh-In on Friday
All 28 fighters made weight during the official UFC weigh-in ceremony leaving all 14 scheduled fights intact. It’s another early morning card for those in the United States and Canada with the preliminary card kicking off at 11 a.m. ET. The main card is scheduled to begin three hours later at 2 p.m. ET.
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