UFC 150 is set to begin at 7:30 p.m ET tonight on UFC's Facebook page, then will move to the small screen where it can be followed on FX prior to the showing of the main card on pay-per-view.
On Aug. 10, 20 fighters tipped the scale in preparation for the event.
The UFC 150 weigh-ins were mostly without incident—all the fighters behaved themselves, and there were no shoulder checks to anyone's face. The sole hiccup in the night's proceedings came when Melvin Guillard weighed in at 157.5 pounds, a pound-and-a-half over the cutoff for his lightweight bout against Donald Cerrone.
The Young Assassin was given time to drop the excess weight, but declined the offer, instead forfeiting 10 percent of his purse to Cerrone.
The otherwise uneventful weigh-in was highlighted by the intense stare-down shared by lightweight champion Benson Henderson and challenger Frankie Edgar. The opponents leaned into one another, neither willing to flinch.
If the photo-op is any indication of how the fight will transpire, it looks like it will be a very promising main event. It also doesn't hurt that Edgar explained he was "ready to fight his balls off" at the 24:15 mark of the video. Now that's commitment.
Otherwise, the show was comprised of a lot of smiles, waves to the crowd and handshakes exchanged by opponents. The only real exception was Henderson awkwardly staring at the crowd like he had discovered a new species of aliens, all of whom were behaving quite peculiarly.
I guess the actual fights are all that's left for UFC 150.
Hat tip to mmafighting.com for making a condensed highlight video of the weigh-ins.
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