Weigh-in results for UFC Vegas 74: Kai Kara-France vs. Amir Albazi.
The UFC is back with yet another promising card on Saturday, June 3. Live from the often used UFC APEX in Las Vegas, Nevada, UFC Vegas 74 will differ from the other APEX cards thanks to its high stakes main event.
For the first time since 2017 when current flyweight champion Brandon Moreno faced off against Sergio Pettis, a men's non-title125-pound clash will headline a UFC card. Kai Kara-France (24-10) will be looking to bounce back from his interim flyweight title fight loss when he faces the rising No. 7 ranked flyweight Amir Albazi (16-1).
Whoever emerges victorious on Saturday night will undoubtedly be put into the middle of the title picture and is likely to face the winner of the Moreno vs. Alexandre Pantoja fight that takes place during international fight week. That's far from it though.
The No.15 ranked featherweight Alex Caceres (20-13) takes on Daniel Pineda (28-14) in a matchup between two UFC veterans. Jim Miller (35-17) makes his 42nd trip to the Octagon, further extending his all-time record, when he meets Jesse Butler (12-4) in an fight that came together in just 24 hours after Jared Gordon was pulled from the fight on short notice.
UFC Vegas 74 official weigh-in results
MAIN CARD - 9 p.m ET / 6 p.m PT - ESPN+
- Kai Kara-France (125.5) vs. Amir Albazi (126)
- Alex Caceres (145) vs. Daniel Pineda (145.5)
- Jim Miller (155.5) vs. Jesse Butler (154.5)
- Tim Elliot (126) vs. Victor Altamirano (124.5)
- Karine Silva (125.5) vs. Ketlen Souza (124.5)
- Abubakar Nurmagomedov (170) vs. Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos (171)
PRELIMS - 6 p.m ET / 3 p.m PT - ESPN+
- Daniel Santos (135.5) vs. Johnny Munoz (136)
- Andrei Arlovski () vs. Don'Tale Mayes (262.5)
- John Castañeda (136) vs. Muin Gafurov (136)
- Jamie Mullarkey (156) vs. Muhammad Naimov (155.5)
- Jinh Yu Frey (116) vs. Elise Reed (115)
- Luan Lacerda () vs. Da’Mon Blackshear (136)
- Maxim Grishin (205) vs. Philipe Lins (205.5)