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UFN 22 Marquardt vs Palhares weigh in results

| September 14, 2010 | Reply

UFN221 300x225 UFN 22 Marquardt vs Palhares weigh in resultsWith just over 24 hours until UFC Fight Night 22: Marquardt vs. Palhares, the day before fight night was occupied by a Q & A session with Middleweight fighter Chael Sonnen. Not only did he talk about his rematch with Anderson Silva, he also took the time address any talks about fighting outside the Middleweight division. In typical Sonnen style, he held nothing back, calling out GSP on his “three dollar dates and thirty cent tan” and even getting into Brock Lesnar with his “five dollar haircut and big knife tattooed on his chest.”

The Q & A was a great lead up to a nearly seamless Weigh In. Rafael Natal and Rousimar Palares came in half a pound over, but made weight the second time after stripping down. Efrain Escudero cam in four pounds overweight and nobody seemed shocked by it, including Escudero himself.

The highlight moments include a very intense stare down between Ross Pearson and Cole Miller and Kyle Kingsbury coming out in only his shorts and a fanny pack. After he weighed in, Kyle responded via twitter saying “it holds special powers… and my blackberry, wallet and food.” The official weights are as follows:


Brian Foster (170.5) vs. Forrest Petz (170)

David Mitchell (170.5) vs. Anthony “T.J.” Waldburger (171)

Rich Attonito (185) vs. Rafael Natal (186)

Tomasz Drwal (185.5) vs. Dave Branch (186)

Jared Hamman (205) vs. Kyle Kingsbury (206)

Yves Edwards (155) vs. John Gunderson (156)

Main Card

Ross Pearson (156) vs. Cole Miller (156)

Jim Miller (155.5) vs. Gleison Tibau (154)

Efrain Escudero (159) vs. Charles Oliveira (154)

Nate Marquardt (186) vs. Rousimar Palhares (186)

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Tags: Charles Oliveira, Cole Miller, Efrain Escudero, Gleison Tibau, Jim Miller, MMA, Nate Marquardt, Ross Pearson, Rousimar Palhares, UFC, UFN 22, Weigh-ins, Yves Edwards

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