Fighter Nearly Faints At UFC Argentina Weigh-Ins

On Friday, the UFC held the official weigh-ins for UFC Argentina, set to take place on November 17th at the Parque Roca Arena in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Coming off a marijuana suspension from the Nevada State Athletic Commission, Cynthia Calvillo would come in three pounds over the strawweight limit at 118 pounds. Calvillo was barely able to stand while on the scale, but per the Brazilian MMA Athletic Commission’s doctors, she is medically fit to compete on Saturday night.

“She did an evaluation and everything is alright,” CABMMA COO Cristiano Sampaio said. “She will rest now, hydrate, eat, and then she will be ready.”

Calvillo as of this post is still on the card and set to face Brazil’s Poliana Botelho, who came in at 115.5 pounds.

UFC Argentina takes place Saturday night at the Parque Roca Arena in Buenos Aires. Check the complete weigh-in results below.

Main card (FOX Sports 1 at 10 p.m. ET)

Neil Magny (171) vs. Santiago Ponzinibbio (171)

Ricardo Lamas (145.5) vs. Darren Elkins (145)

Khalil Rountree Jr. (204.5) vs. Johnny Walker (205.5)

Cezar Ferreira (185.5) vs. Ian Heinisch (185)

Guido Cannetti (135.5) vs. Marlon Vera (135.5)

Cynthia Calvillo (118*) vs. Poliana Botelho (115.5)

Undercard (FOX Sports 1 at 8 p.m. ET)

Michel Prazeres (170.5) vs. Bartosz Fabinski (170)

Alexandre Pantoja (125.5) vs. Ulka Sasaki (125.5)

Humberto Bandenay (145.5) vs. Austin Arnett (145.5)

Laureano Staropoli (169) vs. Hector Aldana (169.5)

Undercard (UFC Fight Pass at 7 p.m. ET)

Devin Powell (155) vs. Jesus Pinedo (156)

Nad Narimani (145.5) vs. Anderson dos Santos (144.5)

*Calvillo misses weight by two pounds, fined 20 percent


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