UFC 114: Jackson vs. Evans Weigh-In Results and Commentary

Colton WhittemoreCorrespondent IMay 28, 2010

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When the UFC kicks off UFC 114 tomorrow, we will see the greatest rivalry of the modern day kick off.

But first, they have to weigh in.

The limits for each weight class are 146-155 for lightweights, 156-170 for welterweights, 171-185 for middleweights, 186-205 for light-heavyweights, and 205-265 for heavyweights.

Stay tuned!

Jesse Forbes (186 lbs.) vs. Ryan Jensen (185 lbs.)

Both weighed in under the middleweight limit.  Should be a fun prelim fight.


Joe Brammer (156 lbs.) vs. Aaron Riley (156 lbs.)

Both of these lightweights weighed in at the limit.  This should be another good fight.

Aaron Riley will look to rebound from a one sided loss to Ross Pearson last November.


Cyrill Diabate (205 lbs.) vs. Luiz Cane (205 lbs.)

Both weighed in at the light-heavyweight limit of 205 lbs.

Luiz Cane will be looking to rebound from a first round KO loss at the hands of Antonio Rogerio Nogueira, who is fighting Jason Brilz on this card.


Waylon Lowe (155 lbs.) vs. Melvin Guillard (155 lbs.)

Lightweights with a lot of potential for action in the octagon.


Efrain Escudero (156 lbs.) vs. Dan Lauzon (155 lbs.)

Efrain Escudero, winner of the TUF Season Eight 155 tourney, weighed in at 156 lbs.

He is fresh off of his first career loss to Evan Dunham, who is fighting Tyson Griffin at UFC 115.


Amir Sadollah (171 lbs.) vs. Don Hyun Kim (171 lbs.)

Both fighters weighed in at the limit, with Sadollah barely getting there.

He had to strip.


Mike Russow (253 lbs.)  vs. Todd Duffee (253 lbs.)

Russow, who is fighting UFC fastest KO record holder Todd Duffee, weighed in well under the limit of 265 lbs at 253 lbs. each


John Hathaway vs. Diego Sanchez

Britain's own John Hathaway, who will be fighting Diego Sanchez, weighed in at 171 lbs.  Diego weighed in at 171 pounds also.  This fight will be a strong candidate for fight of the night.


Antonio Rogerio Nogueira (205 lbs.) vs. Jason Brillz (205 lbs.)

Both Antonio Nogueira and Jason Brilz weighed in at 205 lbs.

Cross your fingers for Jason Brilz, everyone.  Nogueira is the heavy favorite.


Dan Miller (185 lbs.) vs. Michael Bisping (186 lbs.)

Dan Miller, who will be fighting brash Brit Michael "The Count" Bisping, weighed in at 185. Make or break fight for him.

Michael Bisping weighed in at 186 pounds. Poor blighter got booed by the crowd.


Rampage Jackson (205 lbs.) vs. Rashad Evans (206 lbs.)

This crowd is freaking out for the main event weigh ins.

Evans gets both cheered and booed. He weighs in at 206 lbs.

Rampage gets a huge ovation, and he's in shape too, looking very ready for his fight with Rashad. He could be in for a long night. He weighs in at 205 lbs.

Very intense stare-down between the fighters. This main event is going to be sweet. 

Joe Silva has done another good job of creating a good fight card.