UFC Raleigh weigh-in results

The 24 fighters hit the scale on Friday morning.

A pivotal heavyweight clash tops this weekends card in Raleigh, North Carolina as Curtis Blaydes squares off against Junior Dos Santos. The pair weighed in within a pound of each other tipping the scales at 248 and 247 respectively. In the co-main event of the evening, Michael Chiesa will look to continue his 170lb surge as he goes up against former lightweight champion Rafael Dos Anjos. Cheisa weighed in at 170.5 while RDA tipped the scales at 170 on the nose.

Check out the full weigh in results below


Curtis Blaydes (248) vs Junior Dos Santos (247)

Rafael Dos Anjos (170) vs Michael Chiesa (170.5)

Jordan Espinosa (126) vs Alex Perez (125.5)

Hannah Cifers (114.5) vs Angela Hill (116)

Jamahal Hill (205.5) vs Darko Stosic (205)


Bevon Lewis (186) vs Dequan Townsend (185)

Arnold Allen (145.5) vs Nik Lentz (146)

Justine Kish (126) vs Lucie Pudilova (126)

Montel Jackson (135.5) vs Felipe Colares (135)

Sara McMann (135) vs Lina Lansberg (135)

Brett Johns (136) vs Tony Gravely (135)

Herbert Burns (146) vs Nate Landwehr (146)

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