UFC 158 Weigh-in Results: Georges St-Pierre vs. Nick Diaz Fight Card
Montreal—UFC 158 will take place on Saturday from the Bell Centre in Montreal. In the evening's main event UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre will defend his title against Nick Diaz. Also on the card are two other welterweight bouts that could have future title shot implications as Carlos Condit meets Johny Hendricks and Jake Ellenberger takes on Nate Marquardt.
UFC 158 Full Weigh-In Results:
Georges St-Pierre (170) vs. Nick Diaz (169)
Carlos Condit (169) vs. Johny Hendricks (171)
Jake Ellenberger (170) vs. Nate Marquardt (171)
Chris Camozzi (185) vs. Nick Ring (183)
Colin Fletcher (155) vs. Mike Ricci (156)
Patrick Cote (169) vs. Bobby Voelker (169)
Antonio Carvalho (145) vs. Darren Elkins (145)
Jordan Mein (170) vs. Dan Miller (171)
Daron Cruickshank (155) vs. John Makdessi (155)
Quinn Mulhern (168) vs. Rick Story (169)
T.J. Dillashaw (135) vs. Issei Tamura (135)
Reuben Duran (135) vs. George Roop (135)
Nick Diaz comes out and hears a lot of boos, some cheers, mostly boos. No Habs jersey, Stockton hoodie it is for Diaz and he weighs in at 169, gives the crowd a decent mean mug as well.
GSP gets a huge round of applause and a GSP chant breaks out as he comes in at 170.
White gets right between them before anything can errupt.
About to get heated as the lead in begins for the main event between Georges St-Pierre and Nick Diaz.
On to the co-main event. First to the scale is Johny Hendricks and he too is wearing a Canadiens sweater.
Just wondering, will Diaz wear a Habs sweater?
Anyway, Hendricks is in at 171. Condit saunters to the stage as relaxed as can be and he weighs in at 169.
On to the welterweight portion of the card. First up we have Jake Ellenberger vs. Nate Marquardt. Marquardt takes the scale first and he comes in at 171. Ellenberger comes in wearing a Habs sweater and that gets some cheers from the crowd and he comes in at 170.
Up to the middleweights for Chris Camozzi vs. Nick Ring. Camozzi tips the scale at 185 and hears a smattering of applause. Ring gets a decent hand before weighing in at 183.
On to the main card. First up we have Colin Fletcher vs. Mike Ricci. Fletcher comes in sporting a mask, which he is kind enough to take off before weighing in at 155. Ricci, sans mask comes in at 156.
Back to the welterweights for Patrick Cote vs. Bobby Voelker. Voelker hears some boos from the crowd, ok, one loud boo and he checks in at 169. Cote gets a huge ovation from the crowd as he makes his way to the stage wearing a Montreal Canadiens sweater with 158 on it. Cote's weight is also 169 and the two share some chocolate before the staredown.
Dropping down to the featherweights for this next one, Antonio Carvalho vs. Darren Elkins. Elkins up first and he is in at 145, while Carvalho comes in at the same.
Up to the welterweights for Jordan Mein vs. Dan Miller. Mein comes to the stage first and gets a nice hand from the crowd ad he comes in at 170. Miller, who is coming in after a long layoff, hits 172 on his first try. Out comes the towel and he is in at 171.
On to the FX card. Up first is a lightweight bout between Daron Cruickshank and John Makdessi. Cruickshank, sporting some American flag trunks is in at 155, while Makdessi comes in at the same weight.
On to a welterweight fight between Quinn Mulhern and Rick Story. Mulhern is first to check in and he's 168, while Story comes in at169.
Height advantage goes to Mulhern here, Story is much thicker.
Another bantamweight bout is up next, T.J. Dillashaw vs. Issei Tamura. Tamura hits the scale first and comes in at 135 and Dillashaw tips the scale at the same weight.
Rogan hits the stage and we are ready to roll.
First bout is a bantamweight scrap, first to the stage is Reuben Duran and he checks in at , while George Roop comes in at 135 as well and has a huge height advantage.
Bell Centre looks pretty packed for the weigh-ins, can't say I find this at all surprising. Montreal fans always represent.
Burt Watson takes the stage to get the crowd ready for the weigh-ins. Dude does his job well.
We may be a few hours ahead of the weigh-ins, but the Bell Centre is beginning to fill for the Matt Hughes Q and A which will kick off in a few minutes.
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