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UFC Vegas 17 weigh-in results: Thompson and Neal make weight, one fight canceled due to COVID-19

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See what happened on the scales ahead of UFC Vegas 17: Thompson vs. Neal.

The UFC remains at its Las Vegas APEX facility this weekend, with another on if its UFC Vegas 17 card. This Saturday, main event honours go to welterweights Stephen Thompson and Geoff Neal.

For former title challenger Thompson he will look to build on his win over Vincente Luque at UFC 244 last November. Neal will be looking to extend his perfect UFC run and seven fight winning streak, which saw him TKO Mike Perry last time out.

The co-main sees former UFC featherweight champ Jose Aldo take on Marlon Vera. The main card also has a certified banger with Michel Pereira taking on Khaos Williams.

Of course all these fights need to become official first and in the COVID-19 era, you can’t assume that will happen until both fighters step into the cage. To make sure these fights make it to fight night, we have the weigh-ins beginning at 12 PM ET.

You can view them live below:

There will, of course, be no ceremonial weigh-ins for this event.

Full results:

Main Card, 7 PM ET on ESPN+

Welterweight: Stephen Thompson (170) vs. Geoff Neal (171)

Bantamweight: Jose Aldo (136) vs. Marlon Vera (135)

Welterweight: Michel Pereira (170) vs. Khaos Williams (169.5)

Bantamweight: Marlon Moraes (135.5) vs. Rob Font (136)

Heavyweight: Marcin Tybura (255) vs. Greg Hardy (266)

Prelims, 4 PM ET on ESPN+

Welterweight: Anthony Pettis (170) vs. Alex Morono (170.5)

Bantamweight: Pannie Kianzed (135.5) vs. Sijara Eubanks (136)

Middleweight: Karl Roberson vs. Dalcha Lungiambula (185.5) *

Catchweight (195 lbs): Deron Winn (194.5) vs. Antonio Arroyo (194)

Flyweight: Gillian Robertson (125) vs. Talia Santos (126)

Middleweight: Tafon Nchukwi (186) vs. Jamie Pickett (184.5)

Flyweight: Jimmy Flick (125) vs. Cody Durden (126)

Catchweight (160 lbs): Carlton Minus (159) vs. Christos Giagos (159.5)

* Karl Roberson vs. Dalcha Lungiambula has been cancelled after Roberson tested positive for COVID-19.