Somewhere in New York City
New York City, New York State, America
My friends, we are near the moment when New York City will host grown men and women stripping naked and parading around as we gawk. Yes, it is time for the UFC 205 Weigh Ins!
Join us in watching the UFC 205 Weigh In Video and then reading the results. Then be with us tomorrow for our amazing coverage of the event itself. Just CLICK HERE to do so.
This is the – THE – reinvention of the wheel, everyone. Cheers.
Everyone has weighed in and what a shit show. Kelvin Gastelum missed weight- badly. So much so that he doesn’t even have an official weight and his fight against Cerrone has been cancelled. Seriously, fuck you, everyone involved. Fuck the UFC for booking Cerrone against a guy who can’t make weight and fuck Kelvin for missing weight. Now, Donald Cerrone, the first guy to really be booked on the show, has no fight. He misses out on a chance to be a part of history.
Thiago Alves also failed in his first attempt to fight at lightweight. And he didn’t miss by a little – try 7 pounds. He missed by so much that Jim Miller had to GAIN weight because New York won’t permit fighters with a five+ pound weight difference to fight. (Which is a good thing, methinks.)
UFC 205 Weigh In Video
Eddie Alvarez (154.6) vs. Conor McGregor (154.4) – for UFC lightweight title
Champ Tyron Woodley (169.8) vs. Stephen Thompson (169) – for UFC welterweight title
Champ Joanna Jedrzejczyk (114.4) vs. Karolina Kowalkiewicz (114.4) – for UFC strawweight title
Yoel Romero (185.6) vs. Chris Weidman (185.8)
Donald Cerrone (170.4)+ vs. Kelvin Gastelum (n/a)+
Raquel Pennington (135.8) vs. Miesha Tate (135.6)
Frankie Edgar (145.4) vs. Jeremy Stephens (145.8)
Michael Johnson (155.8) vs. Khabib Nurmagomedov (155.8)
Tim Boetsch (185.4) vs. Rafael Natal (185.4)
Vicente Luque (170.6) vs. Belal Muhammad (170)
Thiago Alves (162.6)* vs. Jim Miller (157.6)*
Liz Carmouche (134.8) vs. Katlyn Chookagian (135)