Dana White’s Contender Series Weigh-in Results: Victor Reyna Comes in Seven Pounds Heavy

By Tristen Critchfield Jun 24, 2019
The bout order for the second card of Dana White’s Contender Series’ third season has undergone some reshuffling after Victor Reyna came in seven pounds overweight for his scheduled welterweight clash with Miguel Baeza.

Reyna, who accepted the bout on two weeks’ notice after Ramiz Brahimaj withdrew due to injury, tipped the scales at a whopping 178 pounds. Baeza, meanwhile, checked in at 169.5 pounds. Despite the disparity, Baeza accepted the bout. However, it has been moved from the featured position to the opening fight of the card, according to multiple reports.

Meanwhile, the other eight competitors slated for Tuesday’s card hit their marks without issue. A light heavyweight tilt pitting Alton Cunningham (205) against Tony Johnson (203) will likely serve as the evening’s new main event.

Dana White’s Contender Series Season 3, Episode 2 takes place at the UFC Apex facility in Las Vegas and streams on ESPN+ beginning at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.

Dana White’s Contender Series Weigh-in Results:

Alton Cunningham (205.5) vs. Tony Johnson (203)
Zach Zane (146) vs. Justin Gonzales (146)
Michael Lombardo (185.5) vs. Kyle Daukaus (185.5)
Miles Johns (135.5) vs. Richie Santiago (135.5)
Miguel Baeza (169.5) vs. Victor Reyna (178)
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