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UFC Fight Night 68 weigh-in results: Boetsch vs Hendo

UFC Fight Night 68 weigh-in results: Boetsch vs Hendo

UFC Fight Night 68 takes place at the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans, Louisiana, June 6.  Today, fighters will hit the scales at 5 p.m. EST, a day ahead of their scheduled bouts.

In the main event, a legend in Dan Henderson could be appearing in his final mixed martial arts bout as he takes on Tim “the Barbarian” Boetsch in a middleweight clash.

Hendo, 44, had his first professional bout in 1997 and now boasts a 30-13 record with just one win in his last six outings.

In the co-main event heavyweights Matt Mitrione and Ben Rothwell will dance at the center of the octagon while Shawn Jordan and Derrick Lewis will headline the preliminary bouts on FOX Sports 1 in another heavyweight stunner.

The weigh-ins got off to a rough start as the first fighter to the scale missed weight by four pounds.

Also, Brian Ebersole will be appearing in his 70th professional fight tomorrow night.

Below are the official UFC Fight Night 68 weigh-in results:

Main Card (FOX Sports 1, 10 p.m. ET)
Tim Boetsch (185.5) vs. Dan Henderson (186)
Matt Mitrione (255) vs. Ben Rothwell (265)
Yancy Medeiros (159.5)** vs. Dustin Poirier (156)
Brian Ortega (146) vs. Thiago Tavares (146)
Anthony Birchak (136) vs. Joe Soto (136)
Alex Caceres (136) vs. Francisco Rivera (136)

Prelim Card (FOX Sports 1, 8 p.m. ET)
Derrick Lewis (263.5) vs. Shawn Jordan (264.5)
Omari Akhmedov (171) vs. Brian Ebersole (170)
Christos Giagos (155.5) vs. Chris Wade (155.5)
Justin Edwards (156) vs. Joe Proctor (156)

Prelim Card (UFC Fight Pass, 7 p.m. ET)
Ricardo Abreu (183) vs. Jake Collier (185.5)
Leonardo Morales (140)** vs. Jose Quinonez (135)

**Fighter has two hours to make weight

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