UFC 157 Weigh-In Results for Ronda Rousey vs. Liz Carmouche Fight Card
One of the most anticipated UFC cards in recent memory will take place this Saturday from the Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif.
The evening’s co-main event will also be of interest as Dan Henderson and Lyoto Machida will face off to decide who will face the winner of UFC 159’s main event, which will see light heavyweight champion Jon Jones defend his title against Chael Sonnen.
Full UFC 157 Weigh-In Results
Ronda Rousey (134.6) vs. Liz Carmouche (133.6)
Dan Henderson (205) vs. Lyoto Machida (202)
Urijah Faber (136) vs. Ivan Menjivar (135.6)
Court McGee (170) vs. Josh Neer (171)
Josh Koscheck (171) vs. Robbie Lawler (171)
Lavar Johnson (255) vs. Brendan Schaub (243)
Mike Chiesa (156.2) vs. Anton Kuivanen (156)
Dennis Bermudez (145) vs. Matt Grice (145)
Caros Fodor (155) vs. Sam Stout (155)
Brock Jardine (170) vs. Kenny Robertson (170)
Neil Magny (171) vs. Jon Manley (171)
Nah-Shon Burrell (175.8) vs. Yuri Villefort (170)
On to the main event, the women's bantamweight title fight. First to the scale is Liz Carmouche and she comes in at 133.6. The champion, Ronda Rousey weighs in at 134.6.
The co-main event gets a nice hand from the crowd. Dan Henderson is first to the scales, and he is in at 205, while former UFC champion Lyoto Machida checks in at 202.
Dropping down to the bantamweights for Urijah Faber vs. Ivan Menjivar. Menjivar is first up, and he comes in at 135.6, while Faber is in at 136.
Another welterweight bout up next as Josh Neer faces Court McGee. Neer is in at 171, while McGee tips the scale at 170.
On to the pay-per-view card. First to the scale is Robbie Lawler, making his return to the UFC after a long absence. Lawler is in at 171. Josh Koscheck steps on the scale next, and he comes in at 171 as well.
On to the big boys. First to the scale is Lavar Johnson, who comes in at 255. His opponent, Brendan Schaub checks in at 243.
Up to the lightweights next. First to the scale is Anton Kuivanen, and he is in at 156. His opponent Mike Chiesa gets a nice hand from the crowd and weighs in at 156.2, and he's good to go, according to Mike Goldberg who is handling the emcee duties.
Down to the featherweights for this next one. First to the scale is Matt Grice, and he comes in at 145, while Dennis Bermudez weighs in at the same.
Next up, Caros Fodor vs. Sam Stout. Fodor comes in at 155, while Sam Stout is in at 155 as well.
Another welterweight scrap. First up we have Brock Jardine and he's in at 170, while Kenny Robertson checks in at the same.
Next up we have Jon Manley vs. Neil Magny. Magny hits the scale first and comes in at 171, while Manley is in at 171.
Getting things started in Anaheim is Nah-Shon Burrell vs. Yuri Villefort in a welterweight scrap. Villefort is in at 170, while Burrell is in at a whopping 175.8. The bout will go on with part of Burrell's purse going to Villefort.
Just about to get under way with the UFC 157 weigh-ins in Anaheim.
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