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Weigh-In Results for UFC Singapore: Max Holloway and Korean Zombie Ready to Clash in Main Event

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UFC Singapore weigh-in

Max Holloway and The Korean Zombie, also known as Chan Sung Jung, have set the stage for an epic clash.

On Friday morning in Singapore, these two seasoned featherweights successfully weighed in for their impending five-round main event showdown at UFC Singapore. Both Holloway and Zombie managed to hit the mark at 146 pounds, right on target for a non-title featherweight fight. The two fighters are now on a collision course, with the main event scheduled for Saturday at the Singapore Indoor Stadium in Kallang, Singapore.

At present, Max Holloway (24-7), holding the No. 2 spot in MMA Hook’s featherweight global rankings, is on a mission. Now 31 years old, this former UFC featherweight king is aiming for his second win in a row, after besting Arnold Allen in a gritty battle last April. Since 2014, Holloway’s featherweight record stands at 17-3, with all three losses being handed to him by UFC champion Alexander Volkanovski.

On the other side, Zombie (17-7), who ranks 11th in the world in MMA Hook’s featherweight category, is renowned as a crowd-pleaser due to his thrilling fighting style. The 36-year-old veteran has hinted that Saturday’s bout might be his last dance in the ring. A two-time UFC title aspirant, Zombie has been on a break since a crushing defeat to Volkanovski in a title attempt in April 2022.

In the evening’s co-feature, Anthony Smith and Ryan Spann successfully weighed in for their light heavyweight rematch. Smith registered 205.5 pounds on the scale, while Spann weighed in at a neat 205 pounds.

All in all, the scales tipped just right, with all 26 fighters on Saturday’s fight card making weight.

Here’s the official rundown of the UFC Singapore weigh-in results:

Main Card (ESPN+ at 8 a.m. ET)

  • Max Holloway (146) vs. Chan Sung Jung (146)
  • Anthony Smith (205.5) vs. Ryan Spann (205)
  • Giga Chikadze (146) vs. Alex Caceres (145.5)
  • Rinya Nakamura (135) vs. Fernie Garcia (135.5)
  • Erin Blanchfield (125.5) vs. Taila Santos (124.5)
  • Junior Tafa (255) vs. Parker Porter (256)

Preliminary Card (ESPN+ at 5 a.m. ET)

  • Waldo Cortes-Acosta (264) vs. Lukasz Brzeski (243)
  • Toshiomi Kazama (135.5) vs. Garrett Armfield (135)
  • Chidi Njokuani (185.5) vs. Michal Oleksiejczuk (186)
  • Song Kenan (170) vs. Rolando Bedoya (170.5)
  • Billy Goff (170) vs. Yusaku Kinoshita (170.5)
  • Liang Na (126) vs. JJ Aldrich (126)
  • Seung Woo Choi (146) vs. Jarno Errens (145)

So, geeks of the sports world, grab your snacks and take your seats. This weekend’s face-offs are set to be quite a spectacle. Whether it’s the clash of the featherweights or the heavy hits of the heavyweights, UFC Singapore promises to pack a punch!

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about UFC Singapore weigh-in

Who are the main event fighters for UFC Singapore?

Max Holloway and The Korean Zombie, also known as Chan Sung Jung, are the main event fighters for UFC Singapore.

What are the weights of the main event fighters?

Both Max Holloway and The Korean Zombie weighed in at 146 pounds for their non-title featherweight bout.

Where and when is the UFC Singapore event taking place?

The event is set to take place at the Singapore Indoor Stadium in Kallang, Singapore, with the main event scheduled for Saturday.

Who are some other notable fighters on the card?

Other notable fighters include Anthony Smith, Ryan Spann, Giga Chikadze, and Alex Caceres, among others.

Did any fighter fail to make weight for UFC Singapore?

No, all 26 fighters competing on Saturday’s card successfully made weight.

What is significant about Korean Zombie’s fight?

The Korean Zombie, a 36-year-old veteran and fan favorite, has teased that Saturday’s event could be his final bout.

What channel will broadcast the main and preliminary cards?

The main card will be broadcasted on ESPN+ at 8 a.m. ET, and the preliminary card will also be on ESPN+ at 5 a.m. ET.

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MMAjunkie87 August 25, 2023 - 4:38 am

whats the point of Zombie fighting again? He’s old, shouldve retired after the last loss…

TechGeek22 August 25, 2023 - 9:23 am

Did anyone else notice the ESPN+ timing? that’s early morning for us in the US, gonna have to set an alarm.

ChampChaser August 25, 2023 - 3:04 pm

Holloway is back! He’s the real deal and always puts on a show. can’t wait to see him fight again. Go Max!

KallangLocal August 26, 2023 - 12:26 am

it’s happening right here in Singapore, i can’t believe it, got my tickets already 😀 Oh wait, no non-ASCII characters, oops…

FightFan101 August 26, 2023 - 1:42 am

So hyped for Holloway vs Zombie!! can’t wait for saturday, anyone else gonna watch live?


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