The secondary highlight of the evening, a featherweight bout between Amanda Serrano and Heather Hardy, will also see the fighters weighing in, with a limit set at 126 pounds.
Highlights of these official weigh-ins can be viewed at the link provided.
The official weigh-in for the Jake Paul vs. Nate Diaz fight is slated to start at 10 a.m. ET.
A ceremonial weigh-in will follow later in the day at 6 p.m. ET.
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The detailed results from the Paul vs. Diaz weigh-in are listed below.
Main Card (Streamed on DAZN PPV at 8 p.m. ET)
Jake Paul (185) vs. Nate Diaz (184.9)
Amanda Serrano (124.6) vs. Heather Hardy (125.8)
H20 Sylve (134.5) vs. William Silva (134.6)
Shadasia Green (166.9) vs. Olivia Curry (166.7)
Angel Beltran (144.4) vs. Alan Sanchez (147.1)
Preliminary Card (Streamed on DAZN at 6:15 p.m. ET)
Kevin Newman II (161.8) vs. Quillisto Madera (164.9)
Noel Cavazos (148.6) vs. Jose Aguayo (149.4)
Cee Jay Hamilton (136.9) vs. Luciano Ramos (140)
*Avila failed to meet the weight requirement. However, his match against Jeremy Stephens is expected to go ahead as planned, but with a fine imposed on Avila, the amount of which remains undisclosed. This penalty is due to his inability to meet the required weight.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Jake Paul vs. Nate Diaz weigh-in
When and where did the weigh-in for the Jake Paul vs. Nate Diaz fight take place?
The weigh-in took place on a Friday in Dallas.
What was the weight limit for the Jake Paul vs. Nate Diaz fight?
The contracted weight limit for the Jake Paul vs. Nate Diaz fight was set at 185 pounds.
Who were the co-main event fighters and what was their weight limit?
Amanda Serrano and Heather Hardy competed in the co-main event, a featherweight contest, with a weight limit set at 126 pounds.
What were the actual weigh-in results for the Jake Paul vs. Nate Diaz fight?
Jake Paul weighed in at exactly 185 pounds while Nate Diaz weighed 184.9 pounds.
Was there any fighter who missed the weight limit?
Yes, Chris Avila, who was slated to fight against Jeremy Stephens, missed the weight limit. Despite this, the fight was expected to proceed as scheduled, with Avila incurring a penalty.