UFC Singapore weigh-in results: Donald Cerrone and Leon Edwards hit their marks

Donald Cerrone, Leon Edwards, UFC Singapore

Tomorrow evening (tomorrow morning in North America) the UFC will take over the Singapore Indoor Arena with an exciting night of fights.

This UFC Singapore card will be headlined by a compelling welterweight showdown between beloved gunslinger Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone and rising British prospect Leon Edwards. The co-headlining bout, meanwhile, will see Australian light heavyweight prospect Tyson Pedro take on one of his toughest opponents to date in former interim title challenger Ovince Saint Preux. The rest of the four-fight main card, finally, will be rounded out by a flyweight battle between Jessica-Rose Clark and Jessica Eye, and a welterweight bout between Li Jingliang and Daichi Abe.

The UFC Singapore undercard will feature appearances from fighters like Teruto Ishihara, Felipe Arantes, Shane Young, Jake Matthews, Viviane Pereira, and Ulka Sasaki.

On Friday morning, the 26 fighters on this 13-bout UFC Singapore card took to the scales to weigh in for their respective battles. Remarkably, in this era of frequent weigh-in blunders, every single fighter on the bill hit their mark.

Here are the full UFC Singapore weigh-in results (via MMAjunkie).

The Main Card | 8:00 am ET on UFC Fight Pass

  • Donald Cerrone (171) vs. Leon Edwards (170)
  • Ovince Saint Preux (206) vs. Tyson Pedro (205)
  • Jessica-Rose Clark (126) vs. Jessica Eye (126)
  • Daichi Abe (170.5) vs. Li Jingliang (170)

The Prelims | 4:30 am ET on UFC Fight Pass

  • Teruto Ishihara (136) vs. Petr Yan (136)
  • Felipe Arantes (136) vs. Song Yadong (135)
  • Rolando Dy (146) vs. Shane Young (146)
  • Hector Aldana (169) vs. Song Kenan (170.5)
  • Shinsho Anzai (171) vs. Jake Matthews (171)
  • Viviane Pereira (115.5) vs. Yan Xiaonan (116)
  • Naoki Inoue (124) vs. Matt Schnell (126)
  • Jenel Lausa (126) vs. Ulka Sasaki (126)
  • Melinda Fabian (124) vs. Ji Yeon Kim (125.5)

As you can see, this UFC Singapore card begins very early tomorrow morning, with the prelims kicking off at 4:30 am, so be sure to set your alarm if you’re the kind of masochistic fan who refuses to miss any fights!

This article first appeared on BJPenn.com on 6/22/2018.