UFC 136 Weigh-In Results

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HOUSTON, TX (TheSpread) – The weigh-ins for UFC 136 have concluded and all of the main card fighters made weight for Saturday’s event.

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UFC 136 takes place from the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas and will air live on Pay-Per-View at 9PM ET with the main event featuring a fight for the UFC Lightweight Championship when Frankie Edgar faces off for the third time with challenger Gray Maynard.

According to oddsmakers, Edgar is the slight favorite to win this contest with odds of -150 while Maynard has a money line of +120 to win. Both fighters came in on weight as Maynard weighed in at exactly 155 pounds while Edgar weighed in at 154.5 pounds. These two fought back at UFC 125 last January and battled to a five-round draw. This will be the final meeting between these two regardless of the outcome.

In the co-main event, Jose Aldo defends his UFC Featherweight Championship against Kenny Florian. Aldo is the clear favorite to win with odds of -345 while Florian has odds of +275 to win the title. Both competitors weighed in at 145 pounds on Friday to make their bout on Saturday official.

For complete weigh-in results for the bouts of UFC 136, see below.

UFC 136 Weigh-In Results

Frankie Edgar (154.5) vs. Gray Maynard (155)

Jose Aldo (145) vs. Kenny Florian (145)

Chael Sonnen (185.5) vs. Brian Stann (186)

Nam Phan (145) vs. Leonard Garcia (145)

Melvin Guillard (155.5) vs. Joe Lauzon (155.5)

Demian Maia (185) vs. Jorge Santiago (185)

Anthony Pettis (154.5) vs. Jeremy Stephens (156)

Joey Beltran (245) vs. Stipe Miocic (236)

Tiequan Zhang (146) vs. Darren Elkins (145)

Aaron Simpson (186) vs. Eric Schafer (185.5)

Steve Cantwell (186) vs. Mike Massenzio (185)

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