Yoel Romero not concerned with weight cut ahead of UFC 241

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Yoel Romero is confident that he can avoid a scale fail at the UFC 241 weigh-ins.

Tomorrow night (Aug. 17), Romero will collide with Paulo Costa in a middleweight tilt. Romero is looking to prove that he’s still at the top of the heap at 185 pounds, while Costa hopes to boost himself to contender status. Many believe that Romero’s biggest hurdle at middleweight is the scale.

For his last two outings, Romero has failed to make championship weight. Both bouts were set to be title fights. Speaking to Mike Bohn of MMAJunkie.com, Romero said he isn’t worried about his weight ahead of UFC 241.

“I don’t have a problem with my division,” Romero said. “I don’t care. When I think I can’t do something, I don’t do it. When you have a little doubt, don’t do it.”

Romero went on to say things will be different on weigh-in day this time.

“No, why? I know what happened the last two fights,” he said. “I know. This time, I don’t have stress. I don’t care. I’m very happy. I’m here.”

BJPENN.com will provide UFC 241 weigh-in results later today, including details on this compelling Yoel Romero vs. Paulo Costa fight.

Be sure to join us tomorrow night for coverage of UFC 241 throughout the event. Headlining the card will be a heavyweight title rematch between champion Daniel Cormier and Stipe Miocic. In a highly anticipated welterweight clash, Nate Diaz and Anthony Pettis will trade leather in the co-headliner.

The main card will be airing live on pay-per-view exclusively through ESPN+. Lost on how to watch the UFC 241 event? We’ve got you covered here.

This article first appeared on BJPENN.COM on 8/15/2019.

This article appeared first on BJPENN.COM