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Official Weigh-In Results - Silva vs Irvin

Click below for the official weigh-in results for the Anderson Silva vs James Irvin card, which will take place Saturday night (Spike TV 9pm ET / 6pm PT) at The Pearl at The Palms in Las Vegas.

Below are the official weigh-in results for the Anderson Silva vs James Irvin card, which will take place Saturday night (Spike TV 9pm ET / 6pm PT) at The Pearl at The Palms in Las Vegas.

 Main Event - Light Heavyweight Bout

James Irvin (206*) VS Anderson Silva (206)

 Reese Andy (206) VS Brandon Vera (204)

Frank Edgar (155) VS Hermes Franca (155)
Jake O’Brien (236) VS Cain Velasquez (236)
Kevin Burns (171) VS Anthony Johnson (170)
CB Dollaway (186) VS Jesse Taylor (184)

Brodie Farber (171) VS Rory Markham (170)
Johnny Rees (183) VS Nate Loughran (183)
James Giboo (170) VS Brad Blackburn (170)

Dale Hartt (156) VS Shannon Gugerty (156)

Cale Yarbrough (186) VS Tim Credeur (185)

* Irvin initially weighed in at 207.5 pounds but made weight on his second attempt an hour later.

 
ULTIMATE SILVA VS IRVIN COVERAGE
 

Pound for Pound – Silva Continues to Chase Greatness

Irvin Ready to Spin a Web of His Own

Silva ventures into open water against Irvin

For Brandon Vera, Shedding Weight = Shedding Bad Memories

Reese Andy – Aiming to Spoil Vera’s 205 Debut

O’Brien Eager to Impress the Second Time Around

From Iowa to London to Vegas, Kevin Burns’ World Tour Continues

Hermes Franca – The Joy of the Comeback

Brad Blackburn – Removing Question Marks One Fight at a Time


A Different Kind of Summer School is in Session for James Giboo

Cain Velasquez – Paying the Cost to Be the Boss

Jesse Taylor’s New Beginning

Anthony Johnson — Looking to Land Something Big

Edgar Anxious to Return to the Win Column

Introducing Dale Hartt

Brodie Farber – Taking the Long Road to the UFC

Johnny Rees – Here Comes ‘The Hater Hurter’

Markham Promises Excitement in UFC Debut Saturday

Shannon Gugerty – Representing MMA’s New Breed of Fighter

Nate Loughran – Breaking The Mold

 
 
Saturday, June 4
10PM/7PM
ETPT
Los Angeles, California

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