Chan Sung Jung will make his long-awaited return to the Octagon after a 21-month absence against Yair Rodriguez, who returns from a nearly 18-month layoff of his own.
“The Korean Zombie” hit the scales at 146 pounds, as he prepares to face all-action Yair Rodriguez (145.5) in the UFC Fight Night 139 main event this Saturday at the Pepsi Center in Denver. Co-headlining the card will be a welterweight showdown between Donald Cerrone (170) and Mike Perry (170.5), who both made weight without issue at Friday’s early weigh-ins.
UFC Fight Night 139, which airs live on FS1 at 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT, also features a clash between former women’s bantamweight title challenger Raquel Pennington (*138) and former women’s featherweight champion Germaine de Randamie (136), a lightweight contest between Beneil Dariush (155.5) and Thiago Moises (156), and the debut of 20 year old undefeated Maycee Barber (**116) meeting the also-debuting Hannah Cifers (115.5), although two of those matchups include fighters that could not hit their proper marks.
Two fighters came in heavy at their respective weight classes: Raquel Pennington (138) and Maycee Barber (116.5), with the latter receiving an additional hour to cut weight.
UFC Fight Night 139 Weigh-in Results:Chan Sung Jung (146) vs. Yair Rodriguez (145.5)
Donald Cerrone (170) vs. Mike Perry (170.5)
Raquel Pennington (*138) vs. Germaine de Randamie (136)
Beneil Dariush (155.5) vs. Thiago Moises (156)
Maycee Barber (**116) vs. Hannah Cifers (115.5)
Michael Trizano (155) vs. Luis Pena (155)
Ashley Yoder (115.5) vs. Amanda Bobby Cooper (116)
Chas Skelly (146) vs. Bobby Moffett (146)
Davi Ramos (156) vs. John Gunther (155.5)
Devonte Smith (156) vs. Julian Erosa (155)
Joseph Morales (125.5) vs. Eric Shelton (126)
Mark De La Rosa (136) vs. Joby Sanchez (135)
* Pennington missed weight by 2 pounds and has been fined 20 percent of her purse.
** Barber hit the mark on her second attempt on the scale.
Editor's note: This item was updated at 4:24 p.m. ET on Nov. 9 to provide an update on Barber's weight.