UFC Vegas 46 weigh-in results: main event set as all fighters make weight

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Oct 27, 2018; Moncton, Canada; Calvin Kattar (red gloves) fights Chris Fishgold (blue gloves) during UFC Fight Night at Moncton Events Centre. Mandatory Credit: Trevor MacMillan-USA TODAY Sports

The UFC Vegas 46 weigh-in took place today (Jan. 14) from inside the same venue as Saturday night’s event, the UFC APEX in Las Vegas, Nevada. All 20 fighters on the 10-bout card took to the scales starting at 12 noon ET, and surprisingly there were no hiccups as all of them hit their marks. Including the card’s main eventers.

The event is headlined by a matchup of top-10 featherweights when fourth-ranked Calvin Kattar returns after a year away to face surging eighth-ranked talent Giga Chikadze. The booking features two of the best strikers in the division and is likely to produce some serious stand-up fireworks.

UFC Vegas 46 also includes a battle of top-5 former contenders at women’s flyweight in Katlyn Chookagian vs Jennifer Maia, and a men’s flyweight featured bout between action fighter Brand Royval and Rogerio Bontorin.

The card begins at 5 pm ET with preliminary action and is then followed by the main card at 7 pm ET. The entire event will air exclusively on ESPN+.

UFC Vegas 46 weigh-in results

Main Card

Calvin Kattar (146) vs. Giga Chikadze (146)

Jake Collier (264.5) vs. Chase Sherman (250)

Rogerio Bontorin (125.5) vs. Brandon Royval (125.5)

Katlyn Chookagian (126) vs. Jennifer Maia (126)

Viacheslav Borshchev (155) vs. Dakota Bush (155.5)

Bill Algeo (145) vs. Joanderson Brito (145.5)

Preliminary Card

Joseph Holmes (185.5) vs. Jamie Pickett (184.5)

Ramiz Brahimaj (170.5) vs. Court McGee (170)

Kevin Croom (145) vs. Brian Kelleher (144.5)

TJ Brown (155) vs. Charles Rosa (156)

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