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The UFC’s latest trip to the English capital is official after Friday morning’s early weigh-ins in London.

Thankfully, there were no mishaps on the scale ahead of the 14-fight card with each of the 28 fighters on show hitting their contracted marks as required.

The heavyweight main event will see Curtis Blaydes have a 9-pound weight advantage over home country headliner Tom Aspinall after the registered 260 and 251 on the scales respectively. By contrast, Aspinall came in at 252 for his previous fight this past March against Alexander Volkov, while Blaydes was 259 in his last outing against Chris Daukaus in the same month.

Elsewhere on the card, Paddy Pimblett and Jordan Leavitt will do battle after both his their marks (with Pimblett showing a little extra skin), while Molly McCann hit 125.5 ahead of her contest with Hannah Goldy (125).

The full UFC London weigh-ins results are:

Curtis Blaydes (260) vs. Tom Aspinall (251)
Jack Hermansson (186) vs. Chris Curtis (186)
Paddy Pimblett (156) vs. Jordan Leavitt (155)
Nikita Krylov (204) vs. Alexander Gustafsson (205)
Molly McCann (125.5) vs. Hannah Goldy (125)
Paul Craig (206) vs. Volkan Oezdemir (205.5)
Mason Jones (155.5) vs. Ludovit Klein (155)
Marc Diakiese (156)vs. Damir Hadzovic (156)
Nathaniel Wood (145.5) vs. Charles Rosa (145)
Makwan Amirkhani (145.5) vs. Jonathan Pearce (145)
Muhammad Mokaev (126) vs. Charles Johnson (125.5)
Jai Herbert (155) vs. Kyle Nelson (155)
Victoria Leonardo (125.5) vs. Mandy Bohm (125)
Claudio Silva (170.5) vs. Nicolas Dalby (170)