Kiwi UFC champion Israel Adesanya and opponent Yoel Romero have both made weight for their middleweight title fight in Las Vegas on Sunday (NZ time).
Adesanya tipped the scales at 184.5 lbs (83.6kg), slightly up from his last fight against Robert Whittaker.
Cuban Romero was heavier at 185lbs (83.9kg) - the maximum weight for a middleweight division fight.
What made Adesanya's weight more impressive was the fact he correctly predicted his weight before stepping on the scales.
There was lots of tension waiting for Romero to weigh in, who heads into the fight after losing three of his last four fights against Paulo Costa and Whittaker (twice).
He missed the opportunity to fight for the title against Whittaker in Chicago last year and came in heavy on the scales, and not for the first time in his career.
Romero left it to the last minute to weigh in, stripping off all his clothes to ensure he was light enough.
"How many years!? How many years!?" Romero yelled while banging his chest.
Sunday's bout at T-Mobile Arena will be Adesanya's first official title defence since winning the belt off NZ-born Whittaker last October.
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