Thursday, December 8, 2022

Complete Results From Official UFC 118 Weigh-Ins In Boston

By MATT BOONE
MMANEWS.COM Staff Writer

The following are results from the official UFC 118 weigh-ins, which were held earlier today in Boston, Mass., for Saturday's event at the T.D. Bankworth Garden, which features the highly anticipated “MMA vs. Boxing” showdown between dueling legends Randy “The Natural” Couture and James “Lights Out” Toney, as well as the Lightweight title rematch between new champion Frankie Edgar and challenger B.J. Penn. The card also features some important fights to round out the pay-per view line-up, as there will be what Dana White referred to at the UFC 118 pre-fight press conference as somewhat of a UFC Lightweight title eliminator match-up between Kenny Florian and Gray Maynard. Nate Diaz vs. Marcus Davis in an exciting welterweight bout with “Fight Of The Night” written all over it, joins a meaningful middleweight tilt between contenders Demian Maia and Mario Miranda as the final two fights on the PPV portion of the card.

Below are complete UFC 118 weigh-in results for the complete line-up, including the live Spike TV prelim bouts and the non-televised preliminary card. For those interested, at the forthcoming link, you can watch video of the entire UFC 118 weigh-ins.

PAY-PER VIEW LINE-UP:

MAIN-EVENT:
UFC Lightweight (155 pound) title fight:
-Frankie Edgar (c) [154 lbs.] vs. B.J. Penn [154 lbs.]

CO-MAIN EVENT:
-Randy Couture [220 lbs.] vs. James “Lights Out” Toney [237 lbs.]

LIGHTWEIGHT TITLE ELIMINATOR:
-Gray Maynard [156 lbs.] vs. Kenny Florian [156 lbs.]

PPV UNDERCARD BOUT:
-Nate Diaz [170 lbs.] vs. Marcus Davis [171 lbs.]

PPV UNDERCARD BOUT:
-Demian Maia [184 lbs.] vs. Mario Miranda [185 lbs.]

LIVE SPIKE TV PRELIM LINE-UP:

-Joe Lauzon [156 lbs.] vs. Gabe Ruediger [155 lbs.]
-Nik Lentz [155 lbs.] vs. Andre Winner [154 lbs.]

PRELIMINARY LINE-UP:

-Dan Miller [185 lbs.] vs. John Salter [185 lbs.]
-Nick Osipczak [171 lbs.] vs. Greg Soto [170 lbs.]

Make sure to visit MMANEWS.COM on Saturday night, August 28 for the fastest, and most-detailed, live UFC 118 pay-per view results coverage.

We will be bringing you updates literally every few seconds from the start of the first non-televised preliminary fight, all the way through the UFC Lightweight title main-event fight (including every fight in-between).

Until then, feel free to join the fans as they discuss their high anticipation for what has on fight weekend truly become the “MMA vs. Boxing” mega-showdown of the century. You can join in on the passion-filled discussions in the MMANEWS.COM Forums or the MMANEWS.COM Facebook Page.

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