- The weigh-ins for Saturday's UFC 173: Barao vs. Dillashaw event took place from Las Vegas on Friday, setting the stage for the card. You can watch all of the proceedings in the video above, and WrestlingInc.com will have complete coverage of the main card, including play-by-play.
In the main event, Renan Barao defends his UFC bantamweight title against T.J. Dillashaw. Also, Daniel Cormier and Dan Henderson meet in a light heavyweight title-eliminator, along with welterweights Robbie Lawler and Jake Ellenberger.
Below are complete weigh-in results:
MAIN CARD (PPV/10 p.m. ET)
UFC Bantamweight Championship
Renan Barao (135 lbs.) vs. T.J. Dillashaw (135) for Barao's title
Daniel Cormier (205) vs. Dan Henderson (199)
Robbie Lawler (171) vs. Jake Ellenberger (171)
Francisco Rivera (135) vs. Takeya Mizugaki (135)
Jamie Varner (155) vs. James Krause (156)
PRELIMINARY CARD (FOX Sports 1/8 p.m. ET)
Michael Chiesa (156) vs. Francisco Trinaldo (155)
Tony Ferguson (155) vs. Katsunori Kikuno (155)
Chris Holdsworth (135) vs. Chico Camus (135)
Al Iaquinta (155) vs. Mitch Clarke (155)
PRELIMINARY CARD (UFC Fight Pass/6:30 p.m. ET)
Anthony Njokuani (155) vs. Vinc Pichel (155)
Sam Sicilia (146) vs. Aaron Phillips (145)
Jingliang Li (170) vs. David Michaud (171)
- Dan Henderson will compete for the first time in recent memory without the use of TRT, as the exemption has been banned by both the UFC and the Nevada Athletic Commission. Henderson meets Daniel Cormier Saturday night at UFC 173: Barao vs. Dillashaw.
Henderson is coming off a knockout victory over Mauricio "Shogun" Rua, snapping a three-fight losing streak for the former champion. He appeared on a recent episode of "Inside MMA" to discuss the decision to ban TRT.
"I felt maybe they weren't as educated as they could have been on the whole TRT usage and didn't tackle the real problem of people abusing," Henderson said. "They're gonna abuse drugs no matter what and the guys they already tested, more than anyone else. They kind of dropped the hammer on them instead of across the board implementing random drug testing."
Henderson has competed at the Olympic-level for wrestling, where athletes are forced to undergo intense drug testing. He was allowed to use TRT for the Rua fight due to a ruling by the Brazilian commission.