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UFC 181 Weigh-in Results – Hendricks vs. Lawler II Event Results 

UFC 181 Weigh-in Results – Hendricks vs. Lawler II

The highly anticipated two-title fight UFC 181 weigh-ins took place today, Dec. 5, at the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.

There are five fights on the pay-per-view portion of the fight card and four on UFC Fox Sports 1, including two bouts featuring Ultimate Fighter winners.  Eddie Gordon and Corey Anderson will each appear in the cage just before Urijah Faber heads up the preliminary fights.

In the main event UFC welterweight champion Johny “Bigg Rigg” Hendricks looks to defend against Robbie Lawler in a rematch from earlier this year.

Screenshot-1In the night’s co-main event, lightweight champion Anthony Pettis returns to defend his belt against Gilbert Melendez, the number one contender to the throne. The two men coached opposite one another on this season of the Ultimate Fighter.

Brendan Schaub and Travis Browne had to be pulled apart as the two men stood toe to toe.Screenshot

Watch the official weigh-in for UFC 181: Hendricks vs. Lawler II, live Friday, December 5 at 7pm/4pm ETPT.

Official UFC 181 weigh-in results below:

Main Card (Pay-per-view, 10 p.m. ET)
Johny Hendricks (170) vs. Robbie Lawler (170) for world welterweight championship
Anthony Pettis (154.5) vs. Gilbert Melendez (155) for lightweight world championship
Travis Browne (243) vs. Brendan Schaub (244)
Todd Duffee (236.5) vs. Anthony Hamilton (256)
Tony Ferguson (156) vs. Abel Trujillo (156)

Prelim Card (FOX Sports 1, 8 p.m. ET)
Urijah Faber (135.5) vs. Francisco Rivera (135)
Eddie Gordon (185.5) vs. Josh Samman (185.5)
Corey Anderson (204.5) vs. Justin Jones (204.5)
Ashlee Evans-Smith (135.5) vs. Raquel Pennington (136)

Prelim Card (UFC Fight Pass, 7 p.m. ET)
Matt Hobar (136) vs. Sergio Pettis (135)
Clay Collard (146) vs. Alex White (145.5)

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