|2013 UFC 165 Odds & Weigh-In Results: Jones & Gustafsson Make Weight|
|Written by Drew Sharper|
|Friday, 20 September 2013 16:30|
UFC 165 Weigh-In Results
TORONTO, Ontario (The Spread) – The fighters hit the scales for UFC 165 on Friday, making the main-card bouts official. Here is a look at the weigh-in results.
UFC 165 will take place from the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada with the main card bouts airing live on PPV at 10PM ET.
The main event of Saturday’s card is a clash for the UFC Light Heavyweight Championship as Jon Jones (18-1) defends his belt against Alexander Gustafsson (15-1). According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Jones is the clear favorite to retain his title, as he has a money line of -800 for this fight, while Gustafsson has odds of +500 to win. Both fighters hit the scales at 204.5 pounds on Friday, making the title match official. The two had a close and intense stare down afterwards. This fight will likely depend on where it takes place. Gustafsson needs the fight to stay standing, but Jones has the clear edge on the ground, and could even have the edge on the feet due to his length.
The co-main event of Saturday’s card is a battle for the UFC Interim Bantamweight Championship with Renan Barao (30-1) defending his title against Eddie Wineland (20-8-1). According to oddsmakers, Barao is the clear favorite to retain his belt, as he has odds of -650 against Wineland, while the challenger has been given a money line of +425 to win. Barao and Wineland each hit the scales at 135 pounds on Friday, making their fight official. Barao has seemingly been unbeatable and hasn’t lost since 2005. Wineland has put a pair of good fights together, but he seemingly has an uphill battle on Saturday night.
For complete weigh-in results for the bouts that will take place at UFC 165, see below.
UFC 165 Main Card Weigh-In Results
Jon Jones (204.5) vs. Alexander Gustafsson (204.5)
Renan Barao (135) vs. Eddie Wineland (135)
Matt Mitrione (260.5) vs. Brendan Schaub (237)
Francis Carmont (186) vs. Constantinos Philippou (186)
Pat Healy (155.75) vs. Khabib Nurmagomedov (156)