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UFC Vegas 39 weigh-in results: Mackenzie Dern, Marina Rodriguez make weight for headliner, one fight cancelled

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Mackenzie Dern and Marina Rodriguez made weight for Saturday’s main event, but the official weigh-ins were not without their share of drama.

At Friday morning’s weigh-ins, Dern and Rodriguez both successfully hit the mark for the UFC Vegas 39 strawweight main event with Dern coming in at 114.5 pounds and Rodriguez at 115 pounds.

However, co-main event welterweight Jared Gooden came in three pounds over the limit for his fight with Randy Brown, and a middleweight bout between Phil Hawes and Deron Winn was removed from the main card after Winn was forced to withdraw due to non-weight related health issues.

The UFC initially announced that welterweight veteran Chris Curtis would be stepping in on a day’s notice as a replacement for Winn. Curtis actually successfully weighed in Friday morning at 184.5 pounds, but it was later reported that Hawes declined the replacement bout.

Gooden’s bout with Brown will proceed at a catchweight with Gooden forfeiting 20 percent of his purse as penalty, per the UFC.

Check out the UFC Vegas 39 weigh-in results below.

Main card (ESPN+ at 4 p.m. ET)

Mackenzie Dern (114.5) vs. Marina Rodriguez (115)

Randy Brown (170.5) vs. Jared Gooden (174)*

Tim Elliott (125.5) vs. Matheus Nicolau (125.5)

Sabina Mazo (125) vs. Mariya Agapova (125)

Phil Hawes vs. Chris Curtis (184.5)*

Prelims (ESPN+ at 1:30 p.m. ET)

Chris Gutierrez (135) vs. Felipe Colares (136)

Alexander Romanov (260) vs. Jared Vanderaa (265.5)

Charles Rosa (145.5) vs. Damon Jackson (145.5)

Lupita Godinez (115.5) vs. Silvana Gomez Juarez (114)

Steve Garcia (155) vs. Charlie Ontiveros (155.5)

*Gooden missed weight for his welterweight bout with Randy Brown. Gooden forfeits 20 percent of his purse to Brown as penalty and their bout will proceed at a catchweight

**Curtis successfully weighed in as a last-second replacement for Deron Winn, who withdrew due to non-weight related health issues; however, MMA Fighting confirmed with sources that Hawes has declined the short-notice bout