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UFC 129 Weigh In Results

Below are the official weigh-in results for Saturday night’s UFC 129 event - watch the full weigh-in archive here.
Below are the official weigh-in results for Saturday night’s UFC 129 event. UFC 129, which is headlined by the welterweight championship bout between Georges St-Pierre and Jake Shields and the featherweight championship bout between Jose Aldo and Mark Hominick, airs live on Pay-Per-View from the Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada at a new time of 9 pm ET / 6 pm PT. Fans can also tune in to Spike TV at 8pm ET / 5pm PT to see live UFC 129 preliminary bouts, and those who “like” the UFC on Facebook can view the rest of the undercard bouts beginning at 6:00 pm ET / 3:00 pm PT.

Main Event – UFC Welterweight Championship
Georges St-Pierre (169.5) vs. Jake Shields (169)

Co-Main Event - UFC Featherweight Championship
Jose Aldo (145) vs. Mark Hominick (145)

PPV
Randy Couture (203.5) vs. Lyoto Machida (204.5)
Vladimir Matyushenko (205.5) vs. Jason Brilz (204.5)
Mark Bocek (155) vs. Ben Henderson (156*)

SPIKE TV PRELIMS
Nate Diaz (171) vs. Rory MacDonald (170.5)
Sean Pierson (170) vs. Jake Ellenberger (170)

FACEBOOK PRELIMS
Claude Patrick (169.5) vs. Daniel Roberts (170.5)
Ivan Menjivar (136) vs. Charlie Valencia (135.5)
Jason MacDonald (185) vs. Ryan Jensen (185)
John Makdessi (155.5) vs. Kyle Watson (155)
Yves Jabouin (146) vs. Pablo Garza (145)

* Henderson made 156 on his second attempt after initially weighing in at 156.5

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