UFC Vegas 7 Weigh-in Results: Edgar vs. Munhoz is Official

The fighters have hit the scales in advance of UFC Vegas 7, and Frankie Edgar hit his mark, for the former champ's bantamweight debut.

It’s taken longer than expected to get Frankie Edgar to his bantamweight debut. But, following the weigh-ins for UFC Vegas 7, the former lightweight champ’s fight with Pedro Munhoz is a go.

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Edgar vs. Munhoz

Edgar (23-8) was supposed to make his 135-pound debut this past January against Cory Sandhagen. But the star elected to fight featherweight Chan Sung Jung in December first, and was stopped by the contender.

Munhoz (18-4), meanwhile, is coming off a decision loss to Aljamain Sterling in June, 2019. The veteran was scheduled to fight Edgar in July of this year, but Munhoz tested positive for COVID-19 and the fight was postponed.

Munhoz tipped the scales at 136 pounds for Saturday’s main event, and Edgar was 135.

UFC Vegas 7 weigh-in results

Here are the complete weigh-in results for Saturday’s card, which will be hosted by the Apex Facility in Las Vegas (results via MMA Junkie).

Main Card (ESPN/ESPN+, 8:30 p.m. ET)

Pedro Munhoz (136) vs. Frankie Edgar (135.5)

Alonzo Menifield (204.5) vs. Ovince Saint Preux (205.5)

Marcin Prachnio (205.5) vs. Mike Rodriguez (205.5)

Mariya Agapova (125.5) vs. Shana Dobson (126)

Daniel Rodriguez (170.5) vs Dwight Grant (169.5)*

Preliminary Card (ESPN/ESPN+, 5:30 p.m. ET)

Mizuki Inoue (115.5) vs. Amanda Lemos (115.5)

Austin Hubbard (156) vs. Joe Solecki (155.5)

Dwight Grant (169.5) vs. Calen Born ()**

Ike Villanueva (205.5) vs. Jordan Wright (200)

Carlton Minus (170) vs. Matthew Semelsberger (170)

Trevin Jones (139.5)*** vs. Timur Valiev (140) – 140-pound catchweight

*Takashi Sato made weight, but was not cleared to fight by the Commission, according to an Instagram post by his original opponent, Daniel Rodriguez.

The latter is now fighting Dwight Grant, who was supposed to fight Calen Born, but the fighter reportedly withdrew from the card due to personal reasons.

**Jones missed the 140-pound catchweight limit on his first attempt at 140.5 pounds, but made weight on his second try.

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