UFC 130 Weigh-In Results: 'Rampage' Jackson, Frank Mir, Rest Of Card Make Weight

All fights are official for UFC 130, as every combatant made weight at Friday afternoon's pre-event weigh-ins. Both headliners, Quinton ‘Rampage' Jackson and Matt Hamill, came in at exactly 205 pounds for their light heavyweight clash. Similarly, Frank Mir and Roy Nelson -- the card's second biggest bout -- both weighed in at an identical 260 pounds, a rarity in the less restrictive heavyweight division.

The fighters weighed-in at the following amounts:

Main card:

Quinton "Rampage" Jackson (205) vs. Matt Hamill (205)

Frank Mir (260) vs. Roy Nelson (260)

Thiago Alves (170) vs. Rick Story (170)

Stefan Struve (255) vs. Travis Browne (247)

Brian Stann (186) vs. Jorge Santiago (185)

Preliminary card (to be broadcast live on SPIKE):

Miguel Torres (135.5) vs. Demetrious Johnson (135.5)

Kendall Grove (185) vs. Tim Boetsch (186)

Preliminary card (to be streamed on Facebook):

Gleison Tibau (155) vs. Rafaello Oliveira (155)

Michael McDonald (136) vs. Chris Cariaso (135)

Renan Barao (135) vs. Cole Escovedo (135)

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