Fitch & Johnson Make Weight In Second Attempt


The video section has the second attempted weigh-ins for Jon Fitch and Anthony Johnson, both of whom missed the mark in their first attempt in front of the live audience.

Fitch, who originally weighed in at 172 lbs. weighed in a second time at 171 lbs. This means his fight with Diego Sanchez is on as you're allowed a one-pound-over allowance by the state athletic commission.

Johnson, who originally weighed in at 177.5 lbs. weighed in a second time at 177 lbs. even. His fight with Rich Clementi is on at the agreed upon catch-weight of 177 lbs.

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