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UFC 138: Leben vs. Munoz Weigh-in Results

| November 4, 2011 | Reply

All but one of the 20 fighters on Saturdays UFC 138 card made weight today and surprise, surprise it was Thiago Alves who came in heavy. Now before you pop a gasket over Alves missing weight yet again, he was just a single one past the 171 lbs non-title welterweight limit. He was given one hour to get rid of that pesky pound and step back on the scale.

All other fighters made weight and a few even came in with a pound to spar. The headliners on the night both weighed in at the middleweight limit of 186 lbs. and looked ready to go. Here are the complete weight results:

Preliminary card (Facebook)

135 lbs.: Chris Cariaso (135 lbs.) vs. Vaughan Lee (135 lbs.)

170 lbs.: Chris Cope (170 lbs.)  vs. Che Mills (169 lbs.)

145 lbs.: Michihiro Omigawa (145 lbs.) vs. Jason Young (145 lbs.)

265 lbs.: Rob Broughton (258 lbs.) vs. Philip De Fries (243 lbs.)

170 lbs.: John Maguire (170 lbs.) vs. Justin Edwards (170 lbs.)

Main card (Spike TV)

205 lbs.: Cyrille Diabaté (206 lbs.) vs. Anthony Perosh (205 lbs.)

155 lbs.: Terry Etim (156 lbs.) vs. Eddie Faaloloto (155 lbs.)

170 lbs.: Thiago Alves (172 lbs.) vs. Papy Abedi (170 lbs.) *

135 lbs: Brad Pickett (134 lbs.) vs. Renan Barão (136 lbs.)

185 lbs.: Chris Leben (186 lbs.) vs. Mark Muñoz (186 lbs.)

(*) Thiago Alves was given one hour to lose the additional one pound. [Update] Alves weighed in at 171 lbs. on his second attempt.

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