UFC Vegas 82: Allen vs. Craig Weigh-In Results — Two Heavy

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Paul Craig, UFC London ceremonial weigh-in, July 2023 Credit: Jamie Theodosi/Cageside Press

The UFC had new middleweight Paul Craig in his first main event at UFC Vegas 82, taking on former LFA champ Brendan Allen in a fight that would no doubt push the winner closer to the 185lb title picture.

The card had the promotion once again holed up at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas, with welterweights Michael Morales and Jake Matthews anchoring the co-main event. Also featured, Chase Hooper, Amanda Ribas, Jonathan “JSP” Pearce, and many more.

Weigh-ins for UFC Vegas 82 go down Friday in Las Vegas, getting underway at 12PM ET, 9AM PT. Full results from Friday’s official (and only) weigh-in can be found below.

Three misses at the scale on Friday, though given an extra hour, Ailin Perez got in under the limit, leaving two fighters heavy for UFC Vegas 82.

UFC Vegas 82: Allen vs. Craig Weigh-In Results

Main Card

Middleweight: Brendan Allen (186) vs. Paul Craig (186)
Welterweight: Michael Morales (171) vs. Jake Matthews (170.5)
Lightweight: Chase Hooper (155.5) vs. Jordan Leavitt (155.5)
Bantamweight: Payton Talbott (136) vs. Nick Aguirre (136)
Women’s Strawweight: Luana Pinheiro (115.5) vs. Amanda Ribas (115.5)
Welterweight: Uroš Medić (171) vs. Myktybek Orolbai (170)

Preliminary Card

Featherweight: Jonathan Pearce (145.5) vs. Joanderson Brito (145)
Bantamweight: Chad Anheliger (134.5) vs. Jose Johnson (136)
Middleweight: Christian Leroy Duncan (186) vs. Denis Tiuliulin (186)
Heavyweight: Mick Parkin (262.5) vs. Caio Machado (250)
Featherweight: Jeka Saragih (146) vs. Lucas Alexander (148)*
Women’s Bantamweight: Lucie Pudilová (135.5) vs. Ailín Pérez (136)***
Lightweight: Trey Ogden (155.5) vs. Nikolas Motta (155)
Flyweight: Charles Johnson (125) vs. Rafael Estevam (128)**

* Lucas Alexander weighed in two pounds over the featherweight non-title limit

** Rafael Estevam weighed in two pounds over the flyweight non-title limit

*** Ailin Perez weighed in two pounds over the bantamweight non-title limit, and was given an additional hour to make weight, which she did successfully.