Don’t miss the epic featherweight showdown between Max Holloway and The Korean Zombie at UFC Fight Night. Get all the details and weigh-in results in this article.
The highly anticipated UFC Fight Night event, featuring a thrilling featherweight bout between Max Holloway and Chan Sung Jung, also known as ‘The Korean Zombie,’ took place today in Singapore. The fighters stepped onto the scale at the Singapore Indoor Stadium for the official weigh-ins, setting the stage for an intense showdown.
In the main event, Max Holloway, ranked as one of the top featherweights in the world, faced off against Chan Sung Jung, a formidable opponent known for his aggressive fighting style. Both fighters weighed in at 146 pounds, showcasing their dedication and commitment to the sport.
The co-main event showcased a light heavyweight bout between Anthony Smith and Ryan Spann. Smith, a seasoned fighter with a wealth of experience, weighed in at 205.5 pounds, while Spann tipped the scales at 205 pounds. This matchup promised to be a clash of power and technique.
Giga Chikadze and Alex Caceres squared off in a featherweight bout, with Chikadze weighing in at 146 pounds and Caceres at 145.5 pounds. The two fighters were ready to put on a show for the fans, displaying their skills and determination inside the octagon.
Rinya Nakamura and Fernie Garcia faced off in a bantamweight bout, both weighing in at 135 pounds. The fighters were prepared to give it their all and leave everything in the cage. The intensity was palpable as they stared each other down.
Erin Blanchfield and Taila Santos competed in a women’s flyweight bout. Blanchfield weighed in at 125.5 pounds, while Santos weighed in at 124.5 pounds. The two fighters were eager to make a statement and showcase their abilities in the flyweight division.
The preliminary card featured several exciting matchups, including a heavyweight bout between Junior Tafa and Parker Porter. Tafa weighed in at 255 pounds, while Porter weighed in at 256 pounds. The heavyweights were ready to throw down and deliver a knockout performance.
Waldo Cortes-Acosta and Lukasz Brzeski faced off in another heavyweight bout. Cortes-Acosta weighed in at 264 pounds, while Brzeski’s weight was not available at the time of the weigh-ins. The two fighters were prepared to go toe-to-toe and test each other’s limits.
Toshiomi Kazama and Garrett Armfield competed in a bantamweight bout, with Kazama weighing in at 135.5 pounds and Armfield at 135 pounds. The fighters were focused and determined to showcase their skills and make a name for themselves in the bantamweight division.
Chidi Njokuani and Michal Oleksiejczuk faced off in a middleweight bout. Njokuani weighed in at 185.5 pounds, while Oleksiejczuk weighed in at 186 pounds. The two fighters were ready to put on a striking clinic and entertain the fans with their technical prowess.
Song Kenan and Rolando Bedoya competed in a welterweight bout, with both fighters weighing in at 170 pounds. The welterweights were prepared to engage in a battle of skill and strategy, showcasing their versatility inside the octagon.
Billy Goff and Yusaku Kinoshita squared off in another welterweight bout, with Goff weighing in at 170 pounds and Kinoshita at 170.5 pounds. The two fighters were determined to leave it all on the line and prove themselves in the welterweight division.
Na Liang and JJ Aldrich competed in a women’s flyweight bout, with both fighters weighing in at 126 pounds. The two women were ready to showcase their speed, technique, and determination in the flyweight division.
Seungwoo Choi and Jarno Errens faced off in a featherweight bout, with Choi weighing in at 146 pounds and Errens at 145 pounds. The two fighters were prepared to go to war and put on a show for the fans.
The UFC Fight Night event promised to be a night filled with thrilling matchups and intense action. Fans eagerly awaited the fights, knowing that they were in for a night of unforgettable moments and jaw-dropping performances.