UFC On ESPN 11 Weigh In Results – Curtis Blades Vs Alexander Volkov

UFC On ESPN 11 Weigh In Results : Curtis Blades Vs Alexander Volkov

Curtis Blades Alexander Volkov Face off


UFC On ESPN 11 official Weigh In took place on Friday at the the Apex Center, where only one fighter came in above the weight limit for the fight card which is scheduled for the same venue on Saturday night.

The main event match up between were Curtis Blaydes (13-2 MMA, 8-2 UFC) and Alexander Volkov (31-7 MMA, 5-1 UFC) had no issues on the scale as both fighters, easily made weight for their heavyweight main event fight.

The only fighter to come in overweight was Frank Camacho (22-8 MMA, 2-4 UFC), who came in at 158 pounds for the lightweight fight against UFC debutant Justin Jaynes (15-4 MMA, 0-0 UFC). He was charged 20% of his fight purse after-which the fight allowed to move on.


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The UFC heavyweight division is about to get lit as everything seems to be falling in place. Curtis Blades, who is coming off his biggest career win against Junior Dos Santos, will be looking to stop a top contender in Alexander Volkov, who has won seven of his last eight outing, including his win over Greg Hardy in his last outing.

MAIN CARD Weigh In Results

Curtis Blaydes (261) vs. Alexander Volkov (247)
Shane Burgos (146) vs. Josh Emmett (146)
Raquel Pennington (136) vs. Marion Reneau (136)
Lyman Good (170.5) vs. Belal Muhammad (170.5)
Jim Miller (159.5) vs. Roosevelt Roberts (160)

Alexander Volkov UFC On ESPN 11 Face Off


Bobby Green (155.5) vs. Clay Guida (154.5)
Tecia Torres (116) vs. Brianna Van Buren (115)
Marc-Andre Barriault (185.5) vs. Oskar Piechota (185.5)
Cortney Casey (123.5) vs. Gillian Robertson (125.5)
Frank Camacho (158)* vs. Justin Jaynes (156)
Roxanne Modafferi (125.5) vs. Lauren Murphy (125.5)
Austin Hubbard (156) vs. Max Rohskopf (155)

Curtis Blades UFC On ESPN 11 Weigh In
The fight  card looks action promising from top to bottom despite the mad scramble to put together in order to meet targets put together in preparation for the year.

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