UFC Fight Night 36 Weigh-In Results: Machida vs. Mousasi Fight Card

Nathan McCarter@McCarterNFeatured ColumnistFebruary 13, 2014

August 4, 2012; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Lyoto Machida after UFC on FOX at Staples Center. Mandatory Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports
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UFC Fight Night 36 fight weekend is here, and it all kicked off with the official weigh-ins.

All fighters made weight.

Lyoto Machida and Gegard Mousasi looked in excellent shape, as did the co-main event fighters Jacare Souza & Francis Carmont.

Maximo Blanco missed weight during the initial weigh-ins, but he was given an hour to get down to the limit of 146 pounds. Blanco exceeded this, and managed to weigh-in at 145 pounds.

UFC Fight Night 36 hits tomorrow, and Bleacher Report will have complete coverage of all the action.

UFC Fight Night 36 Weigh-In Results

  • Lyoto Machida (185) vs. Gegard Mousasi (186)
  • Ronaldo Souza (185) vs. Francis Carmont (185)
  • Erick Silva (170) vs. Takenori Sato (170)
  • Viscardi Andrade (170) vs. Nicholas Musoke (170)
  • Charles Oliveira (143) vs. Andy Ogle (146)
  • Cristiano Marcello (156) vs. Joe Proctor (155)
  • Rodrigo Damm (156) vs. Ivan Jorge (156)
  • Francisco Trinaldo (155) vs. Jesse Ronson (156)
  • Iuri Alcantara (136) vs. Wilson Reis (135)
  • Felipe Arantes (146) vs. Maximo Blanco (145)
  • Ildemar Alcantara (171) vs. Albert Tumenov (170)
  • Douglas Silva de Andrade (145) vs. Zubair Tuhugov (146)

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