UFC weigh-ins for tommorow night's matches from Fairfax, VA

Weigh-ins for the show on Fuel TV which starts at 8 p.m.

FACEBOOK FIGHTS at 5:30 p.m. Eastern

Francisco Rivera (7-2, 134) vs. Alex Soto (6-1-1, 135)

Johnny Eduardo (25-9, 135) vs. Jeff Curran (35-14-1, 135)

Kamal Shalorus (7-2-2, 155) vs. Rafael Dos Anjos (15-6, 156)

Carlo Prater (30-10-1, 155) vs. T.J. Grant (17-5 ,155)

Marcus LeVesseur (21-5, 155) vs. Cody McKenzie (12-2, 155) - McKenzie completely clean shaven and shorter hair. LeVesseur was a high school wrestling legend in Minnesota a long time ago and won a few national small school championships. You would not even recognize McKenzie even if you've seen all his previous fights.

Dongi Yang (10-2, 186) vs. Brad Tavares (6-2, 185)

FUEL FIGHTS AT 8 p.m. Eastern

Tom Lawlor (7-4, 1 No contest, 186) vs. Jason MacDonald (26-15, 185) - Lawlor came out with a backpack, acting like a robot with an upside Kentucky Fried Chicken bucket as a hot and a mask on.

Fabio Maldonado (18-4, 205) vs. Igor Pokrajac (24-8, 205)

Jeff Hougland (10-4, 135) vs. Yves Jabouin (17-7, 135)

Jeremy Stephens (20-7, 155) vs. Cowboy Donald Cerrone (17-4, 1 no contest, 155) - This is a highlight fight on the show.  Stephens gave him the big stare and was talking to him and Cerrone seemed like he laughed in his face.

Jorge Lopez (11-2, 171) vs. Amir Sadollah (6-3, 171) - Sadollah in the semi-main event since he's from Richmond, which isn't that close, but it's at leats the same state.  Not a big reaction for him.

Dustin Poirier (12-1, 145) vs. Korean Zombie Chan Sung Jung (12-3, 145) - Jung, apparently due to his fights with Leonard Garcia, got the biggest reaction.  Poirier looked in great shape.   

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