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UFC 157 Weigh-in Results
Posted by Jeffrey Harris on 02.22.2013

UFC held the weigh-ins for UFC 157 today at the Honda Center in Anaheim, CA. The event will go down on February 23, and the main card will be broadcast live on PPV at 10PM ET. Prelims will be shown beforehand on FX at 8PM ET and Facebook at 6:35PM ET.

The main event competitors in UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey (134.6 lbs.) and Liz Carmouche (133.6 lbs) both came in on weight. Preliminary card fighter Nah-Shon Burrell (175.8 lbs.) came in overweight and he will be fined. His fight with Yuri Villefort will proceed as scheduled.

Here are the full weigh-in results:

PPV Main Card

Liz Carmouche (133.6) VS Ronda Rousey (134.6)
Dan Henderson (205) VS Lyoto Machida (202)
Ivan Menjivar (135.6) VS Urijah Faber (136)
Josh Neer (171) VS Court McGee (170)
Robbie Lawler (171) VS Josh Koscheck (171)

FX Preliminary Card

Lavar Johnson (255) VS Brendan Schaub (243)
Anton Kuivanen (156) VS Michael Chiesa (156.2)
Matt Grice (145) VS Dennis Bermudez (145)
Caros Fodor (155) VS Sam Stout (155)

Facebook Fights

Brock Jardine (170) VS Kenny Robertson (170)
Neil Magny (171) VS Jon Manley (171)
Nah-Shon Burrell (175.8*) VS Yuri Villefort (170)


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