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Weight Woes: UFC Mexico City Weigh-Ins Set Stage for Dramatic Rematches

Moreno up on the scales
Brandon Moreno during weigh in

In the pulsating world of UFC, where every ounce matters, the stage is set for a night of redemption and rivalry at the UFC Mexico City weigh-ins. 

Excitement is palpable as fighters Brandon Moreno and Brandon Royval gear up for their highly anticipated rematch, ready to settle the score in the octagon. Likewise, Yair Rodriguez and Brian Ortega prepare to renew their rivalry in a co-main event showdown that promises fireworks.

However, amidst the anticipation, chaos ensues as Edgar Chairez and Daniel Lacerda both miss weight for their rematch, throwing a wrench into their already tumultuous rivalry. The saga of Chairez and Lacerda takes yet another unpredictable turn, adding layers of intrigue to an already captivating event.

With Chairez tipping the scales at 131 pounds and Lacerda coming in a pound over the flyweight limit, questions loom over the fate of their matchup. Will it proceed as a catchweight bout, and what penalties will the fighters face?

The tumultuous history between Chairez and Lacerda only adds to the anticipation, with their first meeting ending in a no-contest and subsequent setbacks derailing their rematch plans. As the spotlight shines on this intriguing matchup, MMA fans brace themselves for another chapter in this captivating saga.

Meanwhile, headliners Royval and Ortega seek redemption after previous losses, adding an extra layer of intensity to an already stacked card. With each fighter hungry for victory, the stage is set for an unforgettable night of action and redemption in the heart of Mexico City.


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