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UFC 100 Weigh-In Results

Written by 5thRound.com Staff
July 10th, 2009
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All the fighters slated to compete in tomorrow night’s historic UFC 100 event tipped the scales today inside Mandalay Bay Event Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. Every contestant hit their required weights, paving the way for two 5Round title affairs.

Tomorrow night’s extravaganza will be co-headlined by UFC welterweight king Georges St-Pierre’s title defense against the explosive Thiago Alves. Both looked absolutely chiseled at today’s weigh-ins, each hitting 170 pounds dead-smack on the nose.

On any other card those studs would be the night’s finale, however the big boys steal this monumental show as the two heavyweight title holders look to unify the strap. Interim champ holder Frank Mir looked considerably smaller than champion Brock Lesnar, but then again, who doesn’t?

Mir weighed in at 245 pounds, while his nemesis once again hit the absolute max of 265lbs.

Saturday’s pay-per-view broadcast will be starting at 10PM ET/7PM PT, well worth the $45.95 and definitely worth $55.95 to have it in HD!*

If you missed today’s weigh-ins, click on the video player below and watch your favorite UFC 100 fighters strip down to their drawls.

Here are the quick results for today’s weight exhibit:

Preliminary Bouts:

Matt Grice (155) vs. Shannon Gugerty (156)
Tom Lawler (184) vs. CB Dollaway (186)
Dong Hyun Kim (171) vs. TJ Grant (170)
Jon Jones (206) vs. Jake O’Brien (206)
Mac Danzig (154) vs. Jim Miller (155)
Mark Coleman (205) vs. Stephan Bonnar (205)

Main Bouts:

Paulo Thiago (170) vs. Jon Fitch (170)
Yoshihiro Akiyama (185) vs. Alan Belcher (186)
Michael Bisping (186) vs. Dan Henderson (185)
Thiago Alves (170) vs. Georges St-Pierre (170) (UFC Welterweight Champion)
Frank Mir (245) (Interim UFC Heavyweight Champion) vs. Brock Lesnar (265) (UFC Heavyweight Champion)

If you won’t be able to order UFC 100, make sure you visit us here at 5thRound.com for our exclusive LIVE audio coverage of the historic event. Listen to The MD and Ngo-stradmus give their incomparable word’s-eye-view after each Round of the night’s main bouts.

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