UFC on Fuel TV 7 Weigh-In Video and Results


UFC on Fuel TV 7 Weigh-In took place in London, England, ahead of tomorrow night’s (local time) fight card.

All fighters made weight, delivering some heated staredowns in process, such as the one between Cub Swanson and Dustin Poirier. Jimi Manuwa and Cyrille Diabate also engaged in a quite intimidating non-violent duel, promising a great night of fights on Saturday.

The event is headlined by the Interim UFC Bantamweight title fight between Renan Barao (champ) and Michael McDonald. Also on the card, Cub Swanson goes to war against Dustin Poirier, Jimi Manuwa, Gunnar Nelson, and James Te-Huna all return to the cage with sights on establishing themselves as top contenders in their divisions.

Pay attention to UFC on Fuel TV 7 start times, and make sure to stay tuned to LowKickMMA.com for more news and coverage.

Results via MMAJunkie.com:

MAIN (FUEL TV, 3 p.m. ET)

    Champ Renan Barao (134) vs. Michael McDonald (134) – for interim bantamweight title
    Dustin Poirier (145) vs. Cub Swanson (146)
    Cyrille Diabate (206) vs. Jimi Manuwa (204)
    Gunnar Nelson (169) vs. Jorge Santiago (170)
    Ryan Jimmo (205) vs. James Te Huna (205)
    Che Mills (170) vs. Matthew Riddle (170)

PRELIMINARY (Facebook, 12:15 p.m. ET)

    Terry Etim (155) vs. Renee Forte (156)
    Danny Castillo (156) vs. Paul Sass (156)
    Josh Grispi (144) vs. Andy Ogle (145)
    Stanislav Nedkov (185) vs. Tom Watson (185)
    Vaughan Lee (134) vs. Motonobu Tezuka (135)
    Ulysses Gomez (126) vs. Phil Harris (125)

  • This is the card of the year noone is really talking alot about….SHAME….because there is going to be some great fights.

    • We've all been spoiled somewhat so far in 2013, this card is no different. I'm glad that finally the lighter guys are finally getting the mainstream recognition that's long overdue. Another main event that's very tough to call.

  • @enjoy dead: are you freaking joking? Alistair is going to give a beating to JDS and that would be the best card…


  • Im looking forward to Gunnar Nelson might be threat in ww division