UFC 214 Weigh-In Results & Video

We are just over 24 hours away from the biggest UFC pay-per-view of the year. On Saturday night, UFC 214 takes place at the Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif. with a whopping three title fights.

In the main event, heated rivals Daniel Cormier and Jon Jones finally meet again for the light heavyweight championship.

The co-main event features welterweight title holder Tyron Woodley defending his belt against Demian Maia, while Cris Cyborg and Tonya Evinger, two former Invicta FC champs, go head-to-head for the vacant UFC women’s featherweight belt.

But before the bouts can become official, fighters must step onto the scale and successfully make weight on Friday.

The full weigh-in results and video of the ceremonial weigh-ins can be seen below at 8:00 p.m. ET:

UFC 214 Main Card (Pay-per-view)

  • 205 lbs.: Daniel Cormier () vs. Jon Jones () – for light heavyweight title
  • 170 lbs.: Tyron Woodley () vs. Demian Maia () – for welterweight title
  • 145 lbs.: Cristiane Justino () vs. Tonya Evinger () – for vacant women’s featherweight title
  • 170 lbs.: Donald Cerrone () vs. Robbie Lawler ()
  • 205 lbs.: Jimi Manuwa () vs. Volkan Oezdemir ()

UFC 214 Preliminary Card (FXX)

  • 145 lbs.: Jason Knight () vs. Ricardo Lamas ()
  • 140 lbs.: Renan Barao () vs. Aljamain Sterling ()
  • 145 lbs.: Renato Moicano () vs. Brian Ortega ()
  • 145 lbs.: Andre Fili () vs. Calvin Kattar ()

UFC 214 Preliminary Card (UFC Fight Pass)

  • 115 lbs.: Alexandra Albu () vs. Kailin Curran ()
  • 125 lbs.: Jarred Brooks () vs. Eric Shelton ()
  • 155 lbs.: Josh Burkman () vs. Drew Dober ()

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