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Twenty-four fighters up, all 24 on target for the latest ESPN2 fare this weekend.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship returns to ESPN2 airwaves on Saturday with a 12-fight card headlined by Chan Sung Jung vs. Dan Ige. Every fighter on the UFC on ESPN 25 card successfully made weight.
A fan-favorite since his days in World Extreme Cagefighting, Jung (16-6) is looking to bounce back from a one-sided defeat to Brian Ortega. While the "Korean Zombie" didn't get finished, it derailed an impressive win streak that saw him dispatch both Renato Carneiro and Frankie Edgar with punches. The South Korean fighter stepped on the scale weighing 146 pounds.
Meanwhile, Ige (15-3) is coming off a quick 22-second knockout of Gavin Tucker. The Hawaiian has won seven of his last eight bouts inside of the Octagon, with the lone defeat coming to Calvin Kattar. He'll look to cement himself as a top contender against Jung. Ige took full advantage of the one-pound allowance, and officially weighed 146 pounds.
UFC on ESPN 25 will air in its entirety on ESPN2 and ESPN+. The prelims begin at 4 p.m. ET/1 p.m. PT, while the main card starts at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT.
UFC on ESPN 25 Weigh-in Results:Chan Sung Jung (146) vs. Dan Ige (146)
Alexey Oleynik (228) vs. Sergey Spivak (242)
Marlon Vera (136) vs. Davey Grant (135.5)
Seung Woo Choi (146) vs. Julian Erosa (145.5)
Wellington Turman (185.5) vs. Bruno Silva (186)
Dhiego Lima (171) vs. Matt Brown (170.5)
Nicolae Negumereanu (205.5) vs. Aleksa Camur (204.5)
Virna Jandiroba (115) vs. Kanako Murata (114.5)
Kalinn Williams (169) vs. Matthew Semelsberger (170)
Josh Parisian (266) vs. Roque Martinez (249)
Joaquim Silva (154.5) vs. Rick Glenn (156)
Casey O'Neill (125.5) vs. Lara Procopio (126)