TUF 10 Finale Weigh-In Results

Ten fights received the green light Friday at the weigh-ins for The Ultimate Fighter 10 Finale card taking place Saturday in Las Vegas.

Former IFL champ Roy Nelson stepped off the scale at 263 pounds against former pro football player Brendan Schaub, who registered at 240 pounds. The heavyweight finalists will vye for a six-figure contract with the UFC in the main event.

Kimbo Slice wasn't happy with cutting weight for the first time in his career, but weighed-in safely at 212 for his 215-pound catchweight bout against Houston Alexander. Alexander, who normally fights at light heavyweight, did not have to shed any pounds, entering way under at 208.

Full results of the weigh-ins are below, and video of the weigh-ins is available here.

Spike TV Bouts
Roy Nelson (263) vs. Brendan Schaub (240)
Matt Hamill (206) vs. Jon Jones (206)
Kimbo Slice (212) vs. Houston Alexander (208)
Frank Edgar (155) vs. Matt Veach (155)
Marcus Jones (262) vs. Matt Mitrione (255)

Preliminary Bouts
Darrill Schoonover (261) vs. James McSweeney (235)
Jon Madsen (247) vs. Justin Wren (251)
Brian Stann (205) vs. Rodney Wallace (203)
John Howard (170) vs. Dennis Hallman (169)
Mark Bocek (156) vs. Joe Brammer (155)

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