UFC 145: Jones vs. Evans – Weigh-In Results


The UFC Octagon will be in Atlanta this weekend with a slew of Canadians on the card in addition to a Light Heavyweight title fight between Champion Jon Jones and Challenger Rashad Evans. All competitors made weight with the exception of John Makdessi who came in two pounds over the Lightweight limit.

Main Card (PPV) 10pm et
Jon Jones (205) vs. Rashad Evans (204)
***Light Heavyweight Title Fight

Rory MacDonald (169.5) vs. Che Mills (170)
Ben Rothwell (263) vs. Brendan Schaub (237)
Michael McDonald (135) vs. Miguel Torres (135.5)
Mark Hominick (145.5) vs. Eddie Yagin (144.5)
John Alessio (155.5) vs. Mark Bocek (155)

Preliminary Card (FX/Sportsnet) 8pm et
Travis Browne (250) vs. Chad Griggs (228)
Matt Brown (171) vs. Stephen Thompson (171)
John Makdessi (158)* vs. Anthony Njokuani (156)
Mac Danzig (155) vs. Efrain Escudero (156)

Preliminary Card (Facebook) 630pm et
Chris Clements (169) vs. Keith Wisniewski (170.5)
Maximo Blanco (146) vs. Marcus Brimage (145)

*Overweight, forfeits 20% of his purse to his opponent

3 Responses to “ UFC 145: Jones vs. Evans – Weigh-In Results ”

  1. Cody Rempel says:

    Prelims will be shown on Sportsnet West, Ontario and Pacific

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  2. L-Boutin says:

    It’s pretty funny that Makdessi comes in at 158 after all the comments he made about Hallman weighing in heavy against him (Hallman was also 158 if I’m not mistaken).

    Especially, how Makdessi complained that Hallman didn’t even try to get down lower after initially missing weight. Then his very next fight…..

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  3. Nosgoth1979 says:

    Yeah maybe this will teach Makdessi to be a bit more cautious when he wants to criticize other fighters. This is going to be a good card; I’m hoping for wars and fireworks. Not only is it going to be my first UFC party, but I also just upgraded to HD equipment so I’m psyched. I’ve already seen a huge difference in the few shows I’ve had the time to watch after getting everything installed and the action is going to look great tonight. Seeing it now makes me wish I’d upgraded sooner, especially since I really didn’t have any reason to stall. I mean, my employer, Dish, has had their HD Free for Life promotion going for a long time now. I could have had HD for the past year without paying a cent extra for it.

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