UFC Fight Night 85 Weigh-In Results

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Almost all the fighters on the next UFC Fight Night card came in on weight on Friday, March 18. The card, which features a heavyweight main event of Frank Mir vs. Mark Hunt, will take place on Saturday, March 19, from Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Surprisingly, Brendan O’Reilly came in slightly underweight for his welterweight bout against Alan Jouban on the Fox Sports 1 preliminary card. The full weigh-in results are as follows:

Main Card

Heavyweight: Frank Mir (260 pounds) vs. Mark Hunt (264 pounds)
Welterweight: Hector Lombard (170 pounds) vs. Neil Magny (170 pounds)
Lightweight: Johnny Case (155 pounds) vs. Jake Matthews (155 pounds)
Middlweight: Daniel Kelly (186 pounds) vs. Antonio Carlos Junior (186 pounds)
Light Heavyweight: James Te Huna (205 pounds) vs. Steve Bosse (204 pounds)
Women’s Strawweight: Bec Rawlings (116 pounds) vs. Seo Hee Ham (115 pounds)

Preliminary Card (Fox Sports 1)

Welterweight: Brendan O’Reilly (168 pounds) vs. Alan Jouban (171 pounds)
Featherweight: Dan Hooker (146 pounds) vs. Mark Eddiva (145 pounds)
Women’s Bantamweight: Leslie Smith (134 pounds) vs. Rin Nakai (135 pounds)
Welterweight: Richard Walsh (170 pounds) vs. Viscardi Andrade (171 pounds)

Preliminary Card (UFC Fight Pass)

Lightweight: Ross Pearson (155 pounds) vs. Chad Laprise (156 pounds)
Lightweight: Alan Patrick (156 pounds) vs. Damien Brown (155 pounds)

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