UFC 260 headliner Stipe Miocic has fought exactly one man in the last three years, give or take. Daniel Cormier. Of course, he fought Cormier three times, going 2-1 in their career series. After losing his title to “DC,” reclaiming it, and defending it, Miocic is ready to move on to the rest of the division.
Of course, the “rest of the division” starts with some more deja vu, as it’s Francis Ngannou who is up next. The last man Miocic defeated prior to his trilogy with Cormier. “The Predator” has smashed his way through four top heavyweights to return to a second title shot. But can he adjust from his first encounter with Miocic, which saw him lose a unanimous decision after the champ weathered an early storm?
Also on Saturday’s UFC 260 card, former welterweight champ Tyron Woodley looks to stop a tailspin when he faces Vicente Luque. For Woodley, it’s a chance to snap a three-fight skid, albeit to the champ, and top two contenders, at 170.
Weigh-ins for UFC 260 get underway at 12PM ET, 9AM local time in Las Vegas. Check below for full results.
UFC 260: Miocic vs. Ngannou 2 Weigh-In Results
Main Card (PPV)
Heavyweight: Stipe Miocic (c) (234) vs. Francis Ngannou (263)
Welterweight: Tyron Woodley (171) vs. Vicente Luque (170.5)
Bantamweight: Sean O’Malley (136) vs. Thomas Almeida (136)
Women’s Flyweight: Gillian Robertson (125.5) vs. Miranda Maverick (126)
Lightweight: Jamie Mullarkey (155.5) vs. Khama Worthy (155.5)
Preliminary card (ESPN / ESPN+ / TSN)
Light Heavyweight: Alonzo Menifield (205) vs. Fabio Cherant (206.5)*
Welterweight: Jared Gooden (171)** vs. Abubakar Nurmagomedov (170.5)
Light Heavyweight: Modestas Bukauskas (205.5) vs. Michał Oleksiejczuk (206)
Featherweight: Shane Young (145.5) vs. Omar Morales (146)
Early preliminary card (ESPN+ / UFC Fight Pass)
Middleweight: Marc-André Barriault (185) vs. Abu Azaitar (185.5)
* Cherant missed the light heavyweight limit by 0.5lbs. He will forfeit 20% of his purse.
** Gooden missed the welterweight limit by 0.5lbs, was given an additional hour to make weight, and hit 171 on his final attempt.