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UFC Vegas 12: Silva vs. Hall weigh-in results and video: Multiple fighters miss weight, one fight canceled

See what happened on the scales ahead of the UFC’s return to the APEX.

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The UFC has returned home to Las Vegas after a run of shows on the so-called ‘Fight Island’ in Abu Dhabi. This weekend the company is serving up one of its legends, Anderson Silva, in a bout with Uriah Hall, which may represent a final foray into the Octagon for the Spider.

The main card for this one doesn’t boast a lot of star power. The infamous Greg Hardy does make an appearance, though. He fights Maurice Green. The prelim card starts us off early at 4 PM ET. That’s headlined by Chris Gruetzemacher vs. Alexander Hernandez.

You can watch the weigh-ins below (starting at 12 PM ET) with video courtesy of our friends at MMA Fighting:

Ceremonial weigh-ins? What are those?

Main Card (ESPN+, 7:00 p.m. ET)

Middleweight: Uriah Hall (186) vs. Anderson Silva (184)

Featherweight: Bryce Mitchell (146) vs. Andre Fili (146)

Middleweight: Kevin Holland (185.5) vs. Charles Ontiveros (182.5)

Heavyweight: Greg Hardy (264.5)* vs. Maurice Greene (250)

Lightweight: Thiago Moises (156) vs. Bobby Green (155)

Preliminary Card (ESPN+, 4:00 p.m. ET)

Lightweight: Chris Gruetzemacher (155.5) vs. Alexander Hernandez (155.5)

Bantamweight: Adrian Yanez (135.5) vs. Victor Rodriguez (133)

Middleweight: Sean Strickland (185.5) vs. Jack Marshman (187.5)**

Welterweight: Cole Williams (175.5)*** vs. Jason Witt (170.5)

Light heavyweight: Dustin Jacoby (204) vs. Justin Ledet (205.5)

Flyweight: Cortney Casey vs. Priscila Cachoeira ****

Bantamweight: Kevin Natividad (134.5) vs. Miles Johns (135)

*Second attempt.

** Jack Marshmann missed weight by 1.5 lbs. He will forfeit 20% of his purse to his opponent.

*** Cole Williams missed weight by 4.5 lbs. He will forfeit 40% of purse to his opponent.

**** Cortney Casey vs. Priscila Cachoeira has been canceled after Cachoeira injured herself while cutting weight.