Video: UFC Fight Night 91 Weigh-In Results From Sioux Falls

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Following three events in three consecutive days at UFC’s International Fight Week, which saw UFC Fight Night 90 on Thursday, The Ultimate Fighter 23 Finale on Friday and the historic UFC 200 pay-per-view on Saturday, it’s already time for the return of the Octagon!

Featured above are the official weigh-ins for Wednesday’s UFC Fight Night 91 event, which features UFC’s first-ever event in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, with a very interesting main event between bantamweight power-punches Michael McDonald and John Lineker.

Below are the official weigh-in results for UFC Fight Night 91: McDonald vs. Lineker:

UFC Fight Night 91 Main Card (FOX Sports 1)

– Michael McDonald (135) vs. John Lineker (136)
– Tony Ferguson (155) vs. Landon Vannata (155.5)
– Tim Boetsch (186) vs. Josh Samman (186)
– Alexey Oleinik (243.5) vs. Daniel Omielanczuk (238)
– Keita Nakamura (171) vs. Kyle Noke (170.5)
– Ben Nguyen (125) vs. Louis Smolka (125.5)

UFC Fight Night 91 Preliminary Card (FOX Sports 1)

– Katlyn Chookagian (135) vs. Lauren Murphy (135.5)
– Eric Spicely (185) vs. Sam Alvey (185.5)
– Cortney Casey (116) vs. Cristina Stannic (114)
– Scott Holtzman (155.5) vs. Cody Pfister (156)

UFC Fight Night 91 Preliminary Card (UFC Fight Pass)

– Rani Yahya (135) vs. Matthew Lopez (136)
– Devin Clark (185) vs. Alex Nicholson (184)

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