|2012 UFC 149 Odds & Weigh-In Results: All Fighters Make Weight|
|Written by Drew Sharper|
|Friday, 20 July 2012 17:30|
UFC 149 Weigh In Results
CALGARY, Alberta (TheSpread) – The weigh-ins for UFC 149 have concluded and all the participating fighters were cleared for combat on Saturday.
UFC 149 will take place from the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary with the main card bouts airing live on PPV at 10PM ET. The main event of Saturday’s card is for the UFC Interim Bantamweight Championship as Urijah Faber (26-5) faces Renan Barao (28-1).
According to oddsmakers, Barao is the favorite to win this five-round title fight, as he has a money line of -200, while Faber has odds of +160 to win. Both fighters hit the scale at the 135-pound weight limit and then and an intense and close staredown. This fight should be pretty even in all areas. Barao appears to have a little more power while Faber has the speed edge. This fight could easily go the full 25 minutes.
In the co-main event of UFC 149, middleweights Tim Boetsch (15-4) and Hector Lombard (31-2-1) will clash. According to oddsmakers, Lombard is the favorite in this fight. He has been given a money line of -345, while Boetsch has odds of +275 for this contest. Boetsch hit the scales at 186 pounds while Lombard weighed in at 185.5 pounds, which clears both fighters for the non-title 185-pound limit. The two had a respectful and distant staredown, but Lombard seemed pretty energized as he is making his UFC debut. That could be a good thing or a bad thing for Lombard depending on how he focuses his energy.
For complete weigh-in results for the bouts that will take place at UFC 149, see below.
UFC 149 Weigh-In Results
Urijah Faber (135) vs. Renan Barao (135)
Tim Boetsch (186) vs. Hector Lombard (185.5)
Matt Riddle (170) vs. Chris Clements (170)
Cheick Kongo (235) vs. Shawn Jordan (250)
James Head (170) vs. Brian Ebersole (171)
Roland Delorme (135) vs. Francisco Rivera (136)
Court McGee (185.5) vs. Nick Ring (185)
Bryan Caraway (135.5) vs. Mitch Gagnon (135)
Ryan Jimmo (205) vs. Anthony Perosh (205.5)
Antonio Carvalho (145) vs. Daniel Pineda (145)
Mitch Clarke (155) vs. Anton Kuivanen (156)