UFC 250: Nunes vs. Spencer Official Weigh-In Results — Main Event Official

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The UFC was set to return to PPV on Saturday with UFC 250, and its lone remaining double-champion would be in action. Amanda Nunes, who holds gold at both 135 and 145lbs in the UFC, was due to defend her featherweight title against Felicia Spencer atop the card. The fight will be her first defense at 145lbs.

The Brazilian known as “The Lioness” has been unstoppable in recent years, putting down a murder’s row of challengers including Ronda Rousey, Holly Holm, Valentina Shevchenko, Germaine de Randamie and more. She also shocked the world when she moved up to 145lbs and knocked out Cris Cyborg to win the belt there.

Canadian Felicia Spencer, a young star and former Invicta FC featherweight champ, was the woman looking to spoil Nunes’ impressive run.

Tune in for results from Friday’s official weigh-in, starting at 12PM ET.

Both Felicia Spencer and Amanda Nunes hit the scales within the first 25 minutes of the weigh-in Friday. With both making weight, the UFC 250 main event is official. As is the card, with everyone making weight.

UFC 250: Nunes vs. Spencer Official Weigh-In Results

Main Card (PPV)

Women’s Featherweight: Amanda Nunes (c) (145) vs. Felicia Spencer (144.5) – for the UFC women’s featherweight championship
Bantamweight: Raphael Assunção (136) vs. Cody Garbrandt (136)
Bantamweight: Aljamain Sterling (136) vs. Cory Sandhagen (135.5)
Welterweight: Neil Magny (171) vs. Anthony Rocco Martin (170.5)
Bantamweight: Eddie Wineland (136) vs. Sean O’Malley (136)

Preliminary Card (ESPN / ESPN+)

Featherweight: Alex Caceres (146) vs. Chase Hooper (145.5)
Middleweight: Gerald Meerschaert (185.5) vs. Ian Heinisch (185.5)
Featherweight: Cody Stamann (145.5) vs. Brian Kelleher (146)
Middleweight: Charles Byrd (184.5) vs. Maki Pitolo (185.5)

Early Preliminary Card (UFC Fight Pass / ESPN+)

Flyweight: Jussier Formiga (126) vs. Alex Perez (126)
Light Heavyweight: Alonzo Menifield (205) vs. Devin Clark (205.5)
Catchweight (150 lbs): Evan Dunham (149.5) vs. Herbert Burns (149.5)