More than a year’s worth of trash-talking and divisional posturing between Rashad Evans and Quinton Jackson came one step closer its final culmination in caged brutality on Saturday night when both former UFC Light Heavyweight Champions stepped on the scale earlier today and, like every other athlete slated for competition at UFC 114, made weight. Surprising to some, Evans showed up slightly bigger than “Rampage” by measuring up at 206 pounds in comparison to Jackson hitting the light heavyweight mark on the head at 205.

Other notable results from the weigh-in include Todd Duffee and Mike Russow both coming in at 253 lbs., as well as Diego Sanchez and John Hathaway seeking the arguable advantage of being a single digit heavy by mirroring each other at 171 pounds.

Here is a complete list of weigh-in results as originally reported by Sherdog:


Jesse Forbes (186 lbs) vs. Ryan Jensen (185 lbs)
Aaron Riley (156 lbs) vs. Joe Brammer (156 lbs)
Luis Cane (205 lbs) vs. Cyrille Diabate (205 lbs)
Melvin Guillard (155 lbs) vs. Waylon Lowe (155 lbs)
Efrain Escudero (156 lbs) vs. Dan Lauzon (155 lbs)
Amir Sadollah (171 lbs) vs. Dong Hyun Kim (171 lbs)


Todd Duffee (253 lbs) vs. Mike Russow (253 lbs)
Diego Sanchez (171 lbs) vs. John Hathaway (171 lbs)
Antoino Rogerio Nogueira (205 lbs) vs. Jason Brilz (205 lbs)
Michael Bisping (186 lbs) vs. Dan Miller (185 lbs)
Quinton “Rampage” Jackson (205 lbs) vs. Rashad Evans (206 lbs)