Two title fights top Saturday’s pay-per-view event at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas and as of now they will proceed as scheduled, with Volkanovski weighing in at 144.5 pounds for his featherweight championship unification bout with interim titleholder Yair Rodriguez (145).
The co-main event is also set, with Moreno coming in at 125 pounds and challenger Alexandre Pantoja hitting the same weight. Brandon Royval also successfully weighed in at 125 pounds to serve as a potential backup.
Watch highlights from the official weigh-ins for Saturday’s title fights below.
Of the 28 fighters weighing in Friday morning, only one fighter missed, lightweight contender Jalin Turner. He was the last fighter to show up for the weigh-ins and when he stepped to the scale, he came in at 158 pounds, two pounds over the limit for his bout against Dan Hooker (155.5).
Turner did not attempt a second weigh-in. His bout with Hooker will proceed as a catchweight, with Turner forfeiting 20 percent of his purse as penalty.
Also of note at the official weigh-ins, former UFC welterweight champion Robbie Lawler made his final trip to the scale and successfully weighed in at 170.5 pounds. Lawler, 41, competes for the last time, marking the end of an illustrious career that dates back to 2001.
Get UFC 290 weigh-in results below.
Main Card (ESPN+ PPV at 10 p.m. ET)
Alexander Volkanovski (144.5) vs. Yair Rodriguez (145)
Brandon Moreno (125) vs. Alexandre Pantoja (125)
Jalin Turner (158)* vs. Dan Hooker (155.5)
Preliminary Card (ABC/ESPN/ESPN+ at 8 p.m. ET)
Robbie Lawler (170.5) vs. Niko Price (171)
Early Preliminary Card (ESPN2/ESPN+ at 6 p.m. ET)
*Jalin Turner missed the lightweight limit by two pounds. The fight proceeds as a catchweight with Turner forfeiting 20 percent of his purse to Dan Hooker, per the UFC
**Brandon Royval (125) - backup for flyweight title fight