All the fighters slated to participate in tomorrow night’s “UFC 127: Penn vs. Fitch” event tipped the scales Friday inside the Acer Arena in Sydney, Australia.
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A welterweight top contender bout between BJ Penn and Jon Fitch will headline the pay-per-view broadcast. Fitch enters the Octagon as a 2-to-1 favorite to advance to the championship affair.
Michael Bisping meets bitter rival Jorge Rivera in a pivotal middleweight shootout in the card’s co-featured contest.
Here are the official weigh-in results:
(Weights were given in kilograms. We are in the land down under, after all)
Maciej Jewtuszko (70.2 kg/154.4 lbs.) vs. Curt Warburton (70.8 kg/155.8 lbs.)
Mark Hunt (119.2 kg/262.2 lbs.) vs Chris Tuchscherer (118.6 kg/260.9 lbs.)
Tie Quan Zhang (66.2 kg/145.6 lbs.) vs. Jason Reinhardt (66 kg/145.2 lbs.)
Anthony Perosh (93 kg/205.6 lbs.) vs. Tom Blackledge (93.2 kg/205 lbs.)
Riki Fukuda (84 kg/184.8 lbs.) vs. Nick Ring (84 kg/184.8 lbs.)
Alexander Gustafsson (93.2 kg/205.4 lbs.) vs. James Te Huna (93 kg/204.6 lbs.)
Spencer Fisher (70.2 kg/154.4 lbs.) vs. Ross Pearson (70.6 kg/155.3 lbs.)
Chris Camozzi (84.2 kg/185.2 lbs.) vs. Kyle Noke (83.6 kg/183.9 lbs.)
Chris Lytle (77.2 kg/169.8 lbs.) vs. Brian Ebersole (77.2 kg/169.8 lbs.)
George Sotiropoulos (70.8kg/155.7 lbs.) vs. Dennis Siver (71.2 kg/156.6 lbs.)*
Jorge Rivera (84 kg/184.8 lbs.) vs. Michael Bisping (84.2 kg/185.2 lbs.)
BJ Penn (76 kg/167.2 lbs.) vs. Jon Fitch (77.2kg/169.8 lbs.)
* – Siver is over the non-title lightweight limit (156 lbs. maximum). However, the UFC didn’t report his reweigh situation