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UFC Vegas 30 weigh-in results

ufc vegas 30 weigh-in

June 19, 2020; Las Vegas, NV, USA; Alexander Volkov of Russia poses on the scale during weigh-ins for UFC Fight Night at the UFC APEX. Mandatory Credit: Chris Unger/Zuffa LLC via USA TODAY Sports

UFC Vegas 30 takes place tomorrow afternoon from the Ultimate Fighting Championship's fight hub in Las Vegas, Nevada. The 13-bout card is headlined by a heavyweight clash with legitimate title implications. As third-ranked French bomber, Ciryl Gane faces fifth-ranked Russian skyscraper Alexander Volkov. The card also features several crowd-pleasing scrappers in Yancy Medeiros, Andre Fili, Daniel Pineda, Tim Means, and Renato Moicano.

However, before anything can be made official, all 26 fighters had to hit the scales and make weight for their matchups. Fortunately, all the competitors hit their marks and every scheduled bout is good to go for tomorrow. You can find all the official UFC Vegas 30 weigh-in stats below.

Official UFC Vegas 30 weigh-in results

Main card (4 pm ET, ESPN+)

Ciryl Gane (245) vs. Alexander Volkov (265)

Tanner Boser (240) vs. Ovince Saint Preux (230)

Raoni Barcelos (135) vs. Timur Valiev (136)

Andre Fili (145.5) vs. Daniel Pineda (145)

Nicolas Dalby (170) vs. Tim Means (170.5)

Jai Herbert (155.5) vs. Renato Moicano (156)

Preliminary card (1 pm ET, ESPN+)

Danilo Marques (205.5) vs. Kennedy Nzechukwu (205.5)

Michel Prazeres (170) vs. Shavkat Rakhmonov (170.5)

Warlley Alves (171) vs. Jeremiah Wells (171)

Marcin Prachnio (206) vs. Ike Villanueva (205)

Julia Avila (135.5) vs. Julija Stoliarenko (135.5)

Justin Jaynes (145.5) vs. Charles Rosa (146)

Damir Hadzovic (155.5) vs. Yancy Medeiros (155.5)

A main event with heavyweight title implications?

ufc vegas 30 weigh-in

Oct 26, 2019; Singapore, SINGAPORE; Ciryl Ganes (red gloves) reacts to fight against DonÕTale Mayes (blue gloves) during UFC Fight Night at Singapore Indoor Arena. Mandatory Credit: Paul Miller-USA TODAY Sports

The headliner between Gane and Volkov could certainly have some serious implications for current UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou. The Cameroonian is still without a confirmed opponent for his first title defense, and there is a chance that either man in the UFC Vegas 30 main event could jump the line with an impressive performance.

Both have strong resumes for championship consideration and are already in the top five of the division's rankings. Scoring a definitive win over the other would make the victor an obvious top contender, and give them the sort of in-the-moment momentum to push UFC matchmakers to look closely at another title fight option, outside Stipe Miocic, Derrick Lewis, and former light heavyweight king Jon Jones.

UFC Vegas 30 bouts worth your time

  • Andre Fili vs. Daniel Pineda - There are a few bouts on the card that have obvious "fight of the night" potential. Pineda versus Fili is at the top of the list. Both are veterans of the fight game that are not opposed to getting their hands and faces dirty on fight night as they never give an inch to opponents. And both are coming off losses and need a win to get the momentum rolling in the win column to earn some consideration for a ranking at featherweight in the near future.
  • Nicolas Dalby vs. Tim Means - Speaking of dogs, Means is the sort of uber-scrapper that fights like he has two dogs battling inside of him. He has stayed in the sport for going on 17 years because he is rarely in a boring fight. He has a technical kill-or-be-killed fight style, and his 24 finishes in 31 wins show he is often the killer in his fights. In Dalby, he gets another talented veteran looking to move his unbeaten streak to seven. Like the aforementioned bout, this one has FOTN potential.