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UFC 139 Weigh-In Results

Tom Lawlor as Steven Seagal

SAN JOSE, Calif. -- The UFC 139 fighters took to the scale to make it official at the HP Pavilion on Friday afternoon, but it wasn't exactly smooth sailing all the way.

There was trouble early when several fighters missed weight, some badly, and UFC color commentator Joe Rogan claimed that there was a discrepancy between the California State Athletic Commission's scale and the one fighters had been using to check their weight backstage. The problems were mostly confined to the first few fighters to weigh in, however, with those higher up on the card clocking in on the mark with no apparent problems.

Just to make things more interesting, middleweight Tom Lawlor did his best Steven Seagal impression on his way to the scale, and things got a tad physical on the stage when Rick Story got too close for Martin Kampmann's liking. All in all, an interesting day on the scales in San Jose.

Full weigh-in results are below.


Main card (pay-per-view)

Dan Henderson (203) vs. Mauricio "Shogun" Rua (205)
Wanderlei Silva (185) vs. Cung Le (185)
Urijah Faber (136) vs. Brian Bowles (136)
Martin Kampmann (170.5) vs. Rick Story (170.5)
Stephan Bonnar (205) vs. Kyle Kingsbury (205)

Televised prelims (Spike TV)

Ryan Bader (205) vs. Jason Brilz (204)
Michael McDonald (136) vs. Alex Soto (135)

Internet prelims (Facebook.com)

Tom Lawlor (185) vs. Chris Weidman (185.5)
Gleison Tibau (155) vs. Rafael dos Anjos (155.5)
Miguel Torres (137)* vs. Nick Pace (141)**
Matt Brown (171) vs. Seth Baczynski (171)
Danny Castillo (155) vs. Shamar Bailey (158)**

* Torres came back to the scales and, on a third attempt, weighed in at 136 lbs.
** Pace and Bailey will both be fined 20% of their respective purses.