UFC Fight Night 199 weigh-in results and live video stream (noon ET)

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LAS VEGAS – MMA Junkie is on scene and reporting live from Friday’s official UFC Fight Night 199 fighter weigh-ins, which kick off at noon ET (9 a.m. PT).

The weigh-ins take place at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas. The same venue hosts Saturday’s card, which streams on ESPN+.

Among those weighing in are Derrick Lewis (25-8 MMA, 16-6 UFC) and Chris Daukaus (12-3 MMA, 4-0 UFC), who meet in the heavyweight main event. In addition, Belal Muhammad (19-3 MMA, 10-3 UFC) meets Stephen Thompson (16-5-1 MMA, 11-5-1 UFC) in the welterweight co-feature.

The full UFC Fight Night 199 weigh-in results include:

MAIN CARD (ESPN+, 7 p.m. ET)

  • Derrick Lewis () vs. Chris Daukaus ()

  • Belal Muhammad () vs. Stephen Thompson ()

  • Angela Hill () vs. Amanda Lemos ()

  • Raphael Assuncao () vs. Ricky Simon ()

  • Diego Ferreira () vs. Mateusz Gamrot ()

  • Darren Elkins () vs. Cub Swanson ()

PRELIMINARY CARD (ESPN+, 4 p.m. ET)

  • Gerald Meerschaert () vs. Dustin Stoltzfus ()

  • Raoni Barcelos () vs. Victor Henry ()

  • Harry Hunsucker () vs. Justin Tafa ()

  • Sijara Eubanks () vs. Melissa Gatto ()

  • Andre Ewell () vs. Charles Jourdain ()

  • Macy Chiasson () vs. Raquel Pennington ()

  • Don’Tale Mayes () vs. Josh Parisian ()

  • Jordan Leavitt () vs. Matt Sayles ()

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