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No weight troubles for UFC on FOX 4 Fighters

All 20 UFC on FOX 4: Rua vs. Vera fighters made weight at today’s weigh-ins without trouble in Los Angeles, California. The fourth UFC card to air on FOX will take place at the Staple Center and one of the light heavyweights will be next in line for a title shot.

The UFC on FOX 4 main event will be a five rounder between Mauricio “Shogun” Rua who tipped the scales at 205 pounds, while his opponent Brandon “The Truth” Vera came in at 203.8 pounds. The co-main event had the former UFC champion Lyoto “The Dragon” Machida weighing it at 201 pounds while hard-hitting opponent TUF 8 winner Ryan “Darth” Bader stepped on the scale at the 205 pound mark.

Rounding out the UFC on FOX 4 main card, lightweights Joe Lauzon (155.8 lbs) will take on Jamie Varner (156 lbs.) and to open things on FOX, Mike Swick (170 lbs.) will return to the Octagon after a long absence to face DaMarques Johnson (171 lbs.) in a welterweight bout.

The UFC on FOX 4 main card will air live on FOX at 6pm PT/9pm ET. The preliminary card will air on FUEL TV at 3pm PT/6pm and the fighters weights are below:

Featherweight: Cole Miller (145) vs. Nam Phan (145)

Light heavyweight Phil Davis (205.5) vs. Wagner Prado (205)

Featherweight Josh Grispi (146) vs. Rani Yahya (145.5)

Heavyweight: Philip De Fries (235) vs. Oli Thompson (232)

Featherweight Manny Gamburyan (145.5) vs. Michihiro Omigawa (145.5)

Flyweight: Ulysses Gomez (125.5) vs. John Moraga (125.5)

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