The Ultimate Fighting Championship‘s debut in South Carolina — UFC on ESPN+ 12 at Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville — is just over 24 hours away. The event is headlined by a bout between heavyweight contenders Renato Moicano and “The Korean Zombie” Chan Sung Jung.
Ahead of Saturday’s event, all fighters had to step onto the scale for the official fighter weigh-ins.
Unfortunately for fans in attendance, a highly-anticipated co-main event bout between heavy-handed bantamweight contenders John Lineker and Rob Font was canceled at the last minute after Lineker was forced to withdraw ahead of the weigh-in for an undisclosed reason.
As a result, the main card will move forward with just four fights and a welterweight contest between Bryan Barberena and Randy Brown has been bumped to the co-main event slot.
How did your favorite fighter check in on the scale?
A full look at the weigh-in results for UFC on ESPN+ 12 can be seen below.
UFC on ESPN+ 12 Viewing Information
Event: UFC on ESPN+ 12: Moicano vs. The Korean Zombie
Date: Saturday, June 22
Location: Greenville, South Carolina
Venue: Bon Secours Wellness Arena
Main Card Time: 7:00 p.m. ET
Broadcast: ESPN+, ESPN 2
UFC on ESPN+ 12 Weigh-in Results
MAIN CARD (ESPN+, 7:00 p.m. ET)
- Renato Moicano () vs. Chan Sung Jung (146)
- Bryan Barberena (170) vs. Randy Brown (170.5)
- Montana De La Rosa (126) vs. Andrea Lee (125)
- Alessio Di Chirico (186) vs. Kevin Holland (186)
PRELIMINARY CARD (ESPN+, 4:00 p.m. ET)
- Kevin Aguilar (145.5) vs. Dan Ige (146)
- Syuri Kondo (115.5) vs. Ashley Yoder (115.5)
- Luis Pena (155.5) vs. Matt Wiman (155)
- Allen Crowder (255) vs. Jair Rozenstruik (246)
- Ariane Lipski (126) vs. Molly McCann (126)
- Eric Spicely () vs. Deron Winn (185.5)
- Anderson dos Santos (135.5) vs. Andre Ewell (135)
UFC on ESPN+ 12 officially kicks off at 4:00 p.m. ET with the preliminary card on ESPN2. A featherweight bout between Kevin Aguilar and Dan Ige serves as the featured bout. The action then shifts to ESPN+ at 7:00 p.m. ET with a middleweight bout between Alessio Di Chirico and Kevin Holland opening up the main card.