The weigh-ins have now taken place in Toronto for tomorrow night’s UFC 140 event and you can see what all the fighters tipped the scales at below.

Despite one of the most talented fighters ever to set foot in the Octagon Jon Jones received quite a few boo’s from the Canadian fans when he took to the scales, but he took it all in his stride and continued smiling.

Meanwhile the challenger Lyoto Machida came in looking in good shape and received a relatively warm welcome from the crowd.

Speaking of being in shape, Tito Ortiz looked noticeably less ripped than we’ve seen him lately which is backed up by a confession from the veteran fighter earlier in the week that he wasn’t in his best ever physical condition heading into this fight.

Earlier Dennis Hallman failed to make weight for his preliminary bout and he’ll now have an hour to attempt to shift an excess of 2.5lbs.  Given that he’s already in Dana White’s bad books for wearing the tiniest pair of fight shorts ever in his last bout, this probably wasn’t a great move.

Champ Jon Jones (205) vs. Lyoto Machida (204)

Frank Mir (260) vs. Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira (239)

Antonio Rogerio Nogueira (204.5) vs. Tito Ortiz (206)

Brian Ebersole (170.5) vs. Claude Patrick (171)

Mark Hominick (145) vs. Chan Sung Jung (145.5)


Igor Pokrajac (205) vs. Krzysztof Soszynski (206)

Jared Hamman (185) vs. Constantinos Philippou (185)

Dennis Hallman (158.5)* vs. John Makdessi (155.5)

Yves Jabouin (136) vs. Walel Watson (135.5)

Mark Bocek (156) vs. Nik Lentz (156)

Rich Attonito (170.5) vs. Jake Hecht (170.5)

John Cholish (156) vs. Mitch Clarke (154.5)

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