Jones vs. Gustafsson, Cyborg vs. Nunes Official Following UFC 232 Weigh-Ins

All of the fighters minus one made weight for UFC 232 on Satuday night in Los Angeles. Here are the full weigh-in results

Both the main and co-main events at UFC 232 are now official after Jon Jones, Alexander Gustafsson, Cris Cyborg and Amanda Nunes made weight on Friday in Las Angeles.

Jones was actually the first fighter on the scale to start the morning as he came in at 204 pounds as he looks to reclaim the light heavyweight title this weekend.

His opponent wasn’t far behind with Gustafsson stepping on the scale at 204.5 pounds.

Jones and Gustafsson meet again after their first fight in 2013 ended in a five round classic that is often called one of the greatest mixed martial arts contests of all time.

Meanwhile, Cris Cyborg came in a pound less than her opponent at UFC 232 as she was at 144 pounds while reigning women’s bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes was at 145 pounds.

This will be the first champion versus champion fight in the women’s divisions in the UFC.

Only one fighter failed to make weight as early prelim competitor Montel Jackson came in at 137 pounds — one pound over the bantamweight limit for a non-title fight — for his bout against Brian Kelleher that actually kicks off the card on Saturday night.

Here are the full weigh-in results for UFC 232: Jones vs. Gustafsson 2


Jon Jones (204) vs. Alexander Gustafsson (204.5)

Cris Cyborg (144) vs. Amanda Nunes (145)

Carlos Condit (171) vs. Michael Chiesa (170.5)

Ilir Latifi (205.5) vs. Corey Anderson (204.5)

Chad Mendes (146) vs. Alexander Volkanovski (145)


Andrei Arlovski (245.5) vs. Walt Harris (258.5)

Cat Zingano (144) vs. Megan Anderson (146)

Douglas Silva de Andrade (134.5) vs. Petr Yan (135.5)

BJ Penn (156) vs. Ryan Hall (154)


Andre Ewell (135.5) vs. Nathaniel Wood (135.5)

Uriah Hall (185.5) vs. Bevon Lewis (186)

Siyar Bahadurzada (171) vs. Curtis Millender (170)

Brian Kelleher (135) vs. Montel Jackson (137)

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Damon Martin is a veteran mixed martial arts journalist who has been covering the industry since 2003 with bylines on FOX Sports, CNN, Bleacher Report and numerous other outlets.