Tomorrow night, the UFC will make its debut in Buenos Aires, Argentina, with the interesting looking UFC Argentina card.
Although the card is a little short on big names, there are still plenty of reasons to tune in, such as the crucial welterweight main event between hometown hero Santiago Ponzinibbio and long-time contender Neil Magny.
Elsewhere on the card, fans will be treated to a number of other interesting matchups, such as a dynamite co-main event between featherweight contenders Ricardo Lamas and Darren Elkins, a light heavyweight gunfight between Khalil Rountree Jr. and Johnny Walker, and a middleweight showdown between Cezar Ferreira and the debuting Ian Heinisch.
On Friday morning, the 26 fighters on this UFC Argentina card took to the scales to weigh in for battle. Unfortunately, one fighter missed weight.
— MMAFighting.com (@MMAFighting) November 16, 2018
That fighter was strawweight contender Cynthia Calvillo, who is returning from her first pro loss and a lengthy, USADA-administered sit. After a frightening struggle to the scale, the visibly depleted Calvillo missed weight by 2 lbs.
Luckily, this was the only weigh-in related hiccup of the morning. Everybody else on the UFC Argentina bill hit their marks.
See the full UFC Argentina weigh-in results below (h/t MMA Fighting).
Main card | FOX Sports 1 at 10 p.m. ET
Neil Magny (171) vs. Santiago Ponzinibbio (171)
Ricardo Lamas (145.5) vs. Darren Elkins (145)
Khalil Rountree Jr. (204.5) vs. Johnny Walker (205.5)
Cezar Ferreira (185.5) vs. Ian Heinisch (185)
Guido Cannetti (135.5) vs. Marlon Vera (135.5)
Cynthia Calvillo (118*) vs. Poliana Botelho (115.5)
Undercard | FOX Sports 1 at 8 p.m. ET
Michel Prazeres (170.5) vs. Bartosz Fabinski (170)
Alexandre Pantoja (125.5) vs. Ulka Sasaki (125.5)
Humberto Bandenay (145.5) vs. Austin Arnett (145.5)
Laureano Staropoli (169) vs. Hector Aldana (169.5)
Undercard | UFC Fight Pass at 7 p.m. ET
Devin Powell (155) vs. Jesus Pinedo (156)
Nad Narimani (145.5) vs. Anderson dos Santos (144.5)
*Calvillo misses weight by two pounds, fined 20 percent
This article first appeared on BJPENN.COM on 11/16/2018.