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UFC London weigh-in results: Tom Aspinall, Marcin Tybura set for headliner

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Tom Aspinall and Marcin Tybura handled their business with ease at the official weigh-ins for UFC London.Paul Craig (186) vs. Andre Muniz (185)Nathaniel Wood (146) vs. Andre Fili (145)Ketlen Vieira (135) vs. Pannie Kianzad (136)

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A UFC veteran since 2016, Tybura successfully recovered from a shaky 4-5 start to his octagon career to rifle off seven wins over his past eight appearances.
Heavyweights Clash in London!Danny Roberts (171) vs. Jonny Parsons (171)The two heavyweight headliners effortlessly made weight on Friday morning, with Aspinall tipping the scales at 258 pounds and Tybura coming in at 246 pounds, well below the 266-pound limit for a non-title heavyweight contest. Aspinall and Tybura are now set to collide in Saturday’s main event, which takes place at The O2 Arena in London.Tom Aspinall (258) vs. Marcin Tybura (246)Mick Parkin (264) vs. Jamal Pogues (266)See the official UFC London weigh-in results below.Marc Diakiese (156) vs. Joel Alvarez (156)Preliminary Card (ESPN+ at 12 p.m. ET)Makhmud Muradov (186) vs. Bryan Barberena (185)Molly McCann (125) vs. Julija Stoliarenko (125)Chris Duncan (156) vs. Yanal Ashmouz (155)Shauna Bannon (115) vs. Bruna Brasil (115)Jai Herbert (155) vs. Fares Ziam (155)In the co-main event, local favorite Molly McCann and Julija Stoliarenko both hit the mark for their flyweight tilt, weighing in at 125 pounds.Davey Grant (136) vs. Daniel Marcos (136)Jafel Filho (126) vs. Daniel Barez (125) Tom Aspinall, Marcin Tybura square off – LIVE HERE – on Saturday. Lerone Murphy (146) vs. Joshua Culibao (146)It’s a return long in the making for Aspinall. The 30-year-old Englishman has been sidelined since injuring his knee just 15 seconds into his London bout against Curtis Blaydes in July 2022. Prior to that setback, Aspinall was a perfect 5-0 to start his UFC career, a run that had many hailing him as one of the most intriguing new talents in the heavyweight division.Main Card (ESPN+ at 3 p.m. ET)

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