Neither Ronda Rousey nor Liz Carmouche left anything to chance leading up to the first women's title fight in UFC history. Both came in well under the 135-pound weight limit for their UFC bantamweight title fight on Saturday night at the Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif.
Rousey (6-0), the champion, came in at four-tenths of a pound under the limit at Friday's weigh-ins (134.6). Carmouche (7-2) did her a pound better, clocking in at 133.6.
Two items of note from the rest of the weigh-ins: First, Lyoto Machida came in well under the light heavyweight limit for his co-main event against Dan Henderson. Machida weighed in at 202 pounds; Henderson was 205.
Also, Nah-Shon Burrell missed weight by nearly five pounds for his scheduled welterweight bout with Yuri Villefort in the show's opener. Villefort agreed to accept the fight at a catchweight and will receive a portion of Burrell's fight purse.
Ronda Rousey (134.6) vs. Liz Carmouche (133.6)
Lyoto Machida (202) . Dan Henderson (205)
Urijah Faber (136) vs. Ivan Menjivar (135.6)
Court McGee (170) vs. Josh Neer (171)
Josh Koscheck (171) vs. Robbie Lawler (171)
Brendan Schaub (243) vs. Lavar Johnson (255)
Michael Chiesa (156.2) vs. Anton Kuivanen (156)
Dennis Bermudez (145) vs. Matt Grice (145)
Sam Stout (155) vs. Caros Fodor (155)
Kenny Robertson (170) vs. Brock Jardine (170)
Jon Manley (171) vs. Neil Magny (171)
Nah-Shon Burrell (175.8) vs. Yuri Villefort (170)