UFC Austin: Katter vs. Emmett Weigh-In Results

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Calvin Kattar, UFC Vegas 46 weigh-in Credit: Alex Behunin/Cageside Press

The UFC is on the road for the second straight week this Saturday, with their latest ESPN card landing in Austin, Texas.

A week removed from the massive UFC 275, which exceeded expectations, UFC Austin certainly has a few gems. Hard-hitting featherweights top the affair, with Calvin Kattar and Josh Emmett both looking to work their way to a potential title shot in a division laden with killers.

For Emmett, a win would be his fifth straight, a huge turnaround from the brutal knockout he suffered at the hands of Jeremy Stephens in 2018. Kattar, meanwhile, got back in the win column earlier this year against Giga Chikadze, and was looking to notch another high-profile victory.

In the co-main event, veterans Joe Lauzon and Cowboy Cerrone face off. With 33 post-fight bonuses between them, and nearly at the end of two legendary careers, the lightweight pair were looking to show they still had something left in the tank.

In the featured preliminary card spot, Adrian Yanez looks to continue his impressive run in the UFC’s bantamweight division against Tony Kelley — who had courted controversy earlier this year thanks to some un-PC remarks made while cornering girlfriend Andrea “KGB” Lee. Kevin Holland was back as well, going up against veteran welterweight Tim “The Dirty Bird” Means.

The UFC Austin official weigh-in takes place Friday morning in Austin, Texas — check below for results.

UFC Austin: Katter vs. Emmett Weigh-In Results

Main card

Featherweight: Calvin Kattar (146) vs. Josh Emmett (145.5)
Lightweight: Donald Cerrone (155) vs. Joe Lauzon (154.75)
Welterweight: Kevin Holland (170) vs. Tim Means (170.5)
Middleweight: Joaquin Buckley (184) vs. Albert Duraev (185.5)
Lightweight: Damir Ismagulov (155) vs. Guram Kutateladze (155.5)
Middleweight: Julian Marquez (185.5) vs. Gregory Rodrigues (185.5)

Preliminary card

Bantamweight: Adrian Yanez (135.5) vs. Tony Kelley (137.5)*
Women’s Flyweight: Jasmine Jasudavicius (124.75) vs. Natália Silva (125.5)
Welterweight: Court McGee (170) vs. Jeremiah Wells (171)
Featherweight: Ricardo Ramos (146) vs. Danny Chavez (145)
Women’s Strawweight: Maria Oliveira (115) vs. Gloria de Paula (115)
Bantamweight: Eddie Wineland (135) vs. Cody Stamann (135.5)
Middleweight: Phil Hawes (185) vs. Deron Winn (186)
Middleweight: Roman Dolidze (185.5) vs. Kyle Daukaus (185.5)

*Tony Kelley missed weight by 1.5 pounds