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UFC 241 weigh-in results and video: Cormier (236.5), Miocic (230.5) come in lighter for rematch

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Here are the full weigh-in results for UFC 241: Cormier vs. Miocic 2.

The UFC 241 official weigh-ins have completed, and once again Daniel Cormier weighed heavier than Stipe Miocic. What’s different this time around is both men have come in significantly lighter than their UFC 226 encounter. Cormier weighed 236.5 lbs on Friday, down 9.5 lbs from the first fight, while Miocic dropped all the way down to 230.5 lbs, a drop of 12 lbs from last year and the lightest he’s ever weighed in his UFC career.

Everyone else on the card made weight, with Yoel Romero easing everyone’s nerves when he weighed in at 184.5 lbs. He was (by some margin) the last person to step onto the scale, but this time he didn’t come in heavy.

Also of note is that Manny Bermudez and Casey Kenney are now competing at a 140 lbs catchweight instead of bantamweight, as both fighters were cutting a lot of weight and the UFC decided to prevent them from cutting more. That’s great to see.

You can watch the official weigh-in highlights at the top of the page, or if you don’t have that kind of time, watch the main and co-main weigh-ins in the videos below.

The full weigh-in results for UFC 241 are below:

Main Card (PPV at 10 PM ET)

Daniel Cormier (236.5) vs. Stipe Miocic (230.5)

Anthony Pettis (169.5) vs. Nate Diaz (170)

Yoel Romero (184.5) vs. Paulo Costa (186)

Gabriel Benitez (146) vs. Sodiq Yusuff (145)

Derek Brunson (186) vs. Ian Heinisch (185.5)

Preliminary Card (ESPN at 8 PM ET)

Devonte Smith (156) vs. Khama Worthy (155.5)

Raphael Assuncao (136) vs. Cory Sandhagen (136)

Christos Giagos (155) vs. Drakkar Klose (155.5)

*Manny Bermudez (140) vs. Casey Kenney (139) - * Agreed upon 140 lbs catchweight

Preliminary Card (UFC Fight Pass, 6:30 PM ET)

Hannah Cifers (114.5) vs. Jodie Esquibel (116)

Kyung Ho Kang (136) vs. Brandon Davis (136)

Sabina Mazo (126) vs. Shana Dobson (124.5)

The ceremonial weigh ins will stream later in the day, starting at 5 p.m. ET: