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UFC Fight Night: Woodley vs. Burns Weigh-In Results

The official weigh-ins for May 30th’s UFC Fight Night have concluded. The main event will move forward as planned after both fighters made weight at Friday’s official weigh-in in Las Vegas. All that remains is making it to Saturday night, glitch-free.

The A-side of the main event gets things started as former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley made the first contact with the scale and made weight during the UFC Fight Night: Woodley vs Burns official weigh-ins. (Photo credit: MMA Junkie)

The lone fighter to miss the mark is Brok Weaver, who weighed in one and a half pounds above the lightweight limit. As a penalty, Weaver will forward 20% of his fight purse and will proceed with his fight against Roosevelt Roberts. Another note of interest, the Billy Quarantillo/Spike Carlyle bout is at a catchweight of 150 pounds; a mark both fighters made.

There was a brief concern with light heavyweight combatant Klidson Abreu. Abreu weighed in last at 206.5 pounds. Weigh-in officials allowed Abreu to retry with assistance from the “towel” and he made the mark.

Full weigh-in results are as follows:

Main Card

  • Tyron Woodley (170.5) vs Gilbert Burns (170.5)
  • Blagoy Ivanov (255.5) vs. Augusto Sakai (259.5)
  • Billy Quarantillo (149.5) vs. Spike Carlyle  (150)
  • Roosevelt Roberts  (156) vs. Brok Weaver (157.5)
  • Mackenzie Dern (115.5) vs. Hannah Cifers (115.5)

Prelims

  • Katlyn Chookagain  (126) vs. Antonina Shevchenko (125.5)
  • Daniel Rodriguez (170) vs. Gabriel Green (170.5)
  • Jahamal Hill (205.5) vs. Klidson Abreu (206)
  • Tim Elloitt (126) vs. Brandon Royval (125.5)
  • Louis Smolka (136) vs. Casey Kenney (136)
  • Chris Gutierrez (145.5) vs. Vince Morales (145.5)

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