UFC Vancouver weigh in results

The 24 fighters hit the scale on Friday morning.

All 12 fights will go ahead in Vancouver but one fighter missed weight on Friday morning. In the main event of the evening, Justin Gaethje will square off against future hall of famer Donald Cerrone. Gaethje is coming off a KO win of Edson Barboza back in March and has performance bonuses in every fight since joining the UFC in 2017. Cerrone was a fight away from a shot at 155lb champion, but failed to beat Tony Ferguson back in June at UFC 238. In already his 4th fight of the year, Cowboy will aiming to get back on track against ‘The Highlight’. Both Cerrone and Gaethje weighed in at 155lbs ahead of the fight.

In the co-main event, veteran Glover Teixeira will face Nikita Krylov at light heavyweight. Teixeira is on a two fight win streak with wins against Karl Roberson and most recently Ion Cutelaba. Across the cage is Nikita Krylov, who since returning to the promotion has gone 1-1. He submitted Ovince Saint Preux back in April and a win over Glover on Saturday would lineup a big fight towards the end of the year.  Teixeira weighed in at 204.5 while Krylov tipped the scales at 205.5

Check out the full weigh in results below 

Main card (ESPN+ at 8 p.m. ET)

Donald Cerrone (155.5) vs. Justin Gaethje (155.5)

Glover Teixeira (204.5) vs. Nikita Krylov (205.5)

Todd Duffee (244.5) vs. Jeff Hughes (251)

Michel Pereira (172 * misses weight, forfeits 20 percent of purse) vs. Tristan Connelly (169.5)

Uriah Hall (184) vs. Antonio Carlos Junior (185.5)

Misha Cirkunov (205.5) vs. Jimmy Crute (205)

Undercard (ESPN+ at 5 p.m. ET)

Marcin Tybura (257.5) vs. Augusto Sakai (258)

Cole Smith (135) vs. Miles Johns (135.5)

Brad Katona (135) vs. Hunter Azure (135.5)

Chas Skelly (146) vs. Jordan Griffin (145)

Louis Smolka (135) vs. Ryan MacDonald (135.5)

Kyle Prepolec (155) vs. Austin Hubbard (156)

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