UFC 298 Weigh-In Results: Volkanovski, Topuria On Point For Title Fight; One Fight Scrapped/Added

UFC 298 lost a fight during this morning's weigh-ins.

Ufc 298 Weigh In
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Welcome to the UFC 298 weigh-ins

Before the fighters hit each other on Saturday, they must first hit the scales to make their bouts official. A total of twenty-four fighters weigh in on Friday morning, including headliners Alexander Volkanovski and Ilia Topuria, who attempt to make championship weight at 145lbs for their title fight. 

The co-main event is divisions above as former middleweight champion Robert Whittaker goes to war against the returning Paulo Costa. The undercard also features Ian Machado Garry vs. Geoff Neal as well as a potential title eliminator between top contender Merab Dvalishvili and former two-division champ Henry Cejudo.

Check out how all the fighters weighed in ahead of their fights in Anaheim below. 

UFC 298 Weigh-In Results:

  • Alexander Volkanovski (144.5) vs. Ilia Topuria (144.5)
  • Robert Whittaker (185.5) vs. Paulo Costa (185.5)
  • Geoff Neal (170.5) vs. Ian Machado Garry (170.5)
  • Merab Dvalishvili (135) vs. Henry Cejudo (135)
  • Anthony Hernandez (185.5) vs. Roman Kopylov (185)
  • Amanda Lemos (115.5) vs. Mackenzie Dern (116)
  • Marcos Rogério de Lima vs. Justin Tafa CANCELLED due to an injury from Tafa
  • Marcos Rogério de Lima (261) vs. Junior Tafa (249)*
  • Rinya Nakamura (135.5) vs. Carlos Vera (135.5)
  • Mingyang Zhang (204.5) vs. Brendson Ribeiro (205.5)
  • Josh Quinlan (169) vs. Danny Barlow (171)
  • Val Woodburn (169.5) vs. Oban Elliott (170.5)
  • Andrea Lee (125.5) vs. Miranda Maverick (126)

*Junior Tafa steps in on short-notice to fight de Lima in place of his brother, Justin. First reported by MMA Junkie’s Mike Bohn

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Published on February 16, 2024 at 12:48 pm
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