UFC 210 Weigh-In Video & Results

UFC 210 takes place Saturday night on pay-per-view in Buffalo, New York.

On Friday, it was a wild scene as the official weigh-ins were filled with controversy thanks to a towel incident and breast implant controversy. However, everything worked out in the end, and the card will move forward with 13 bouts.

In the main event, light heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier will put his belt on the line against Anthony Johnson.

UFC 210 also features a thrilling middleweight co-main event between former title holder Chris Weidman and a red hot Gegard Mousasi. The main card additionally includes a women’s strawweight bout between Cynthia Calvillo and a debuting Pearl Gonzalez, a welterweight affair between Thiago Alves and Patrick Cote, and former Bellator champ Will Brooks squaring off against Charles Oliveira.

The full results and video can be seen below.

UFC 210 Weigh-in Video & Results

MAIN CARD (Pay-per-view, 10 p.m. ET)

  • Champ Daniel Cormier (205) vs. Anthony Johnson (203.8) – for light-heavyweight title
  • Gegard Mousasi (185.8) vs. Chris Weidman (185.8)
  • Cynthia Calvillo (115.6) vs. Pearl Gonzalez (116)
  • Thiago Alves (170.6) vs. Patrick Cote (170)
  • Will Brooks (155.4) vs. Charles Oliveira (152.8)

PRELIMINARY CARD (FOX Sports 1, 8 p.m. ET)

  • Mike De La Torre (146) vs. Myles Jury (145)
  • Sean Strickland (170) vs. Kamaru Usman (170.2)
  • Shane Burgos (146) vs. Charles Rosa (145.2)
  • Jan Blachowicz (204.2) vs. Patrick Cummins (205.4)

PRELIMINARY CARD (UFC Fight Pass, 6:15 p.m. ET)

  • Gregor Gillespie (154.8) vs. Andrew Holbrook (156)
  • Josh Emmett (155.6) vs. Desmond Green (154.2)
  • Irene Aldana (135.6) vs. Katlyn Chookagian (134.8)
  • Magomed Bibulatov (126) vs. Jenel Lausa (124.8)

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