UFC 250: Nunes vs. Spencer Weigh-In Photo Highlights

Amanda Nunes vs. Felicia Spencer, UFC 250
Amanda Nunes vs. Felicia Spencer, UFC 250 Credit: Rodney James Edgar/Cageside Press

The UFC will host its second Las Vegas show of the pandemic era on Saturday night. UFC 250 is a card originally scheduled for Brazil, a month ago. Thanks to the chaos that has overtaken the globe of late, it’s now set at the UFC Apex — with what was once the co-main event of Amanda Nunes vs. Felicia Spencer topping the card.

The UFC 250 main event remains historic, however. Amanda Nunes will be defending her 145lb title for the first time. Should she do so successfully, she will be the first fighter to have defended two titles while still holding both. A nice feather in the cap of the woman already considered the greatest female fighter of all time.

Nunes, of course, will be met by Canada’s Felicia Spencer. A former Invicta FC featherweight champion whose only career loss came to Cris Cyborg in a fight that went the distance.

Full results from Friday’s weigh-in for UFC 250 can be found below, as well as a gallery of highlights!

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)