The UFC 199 weigh-ins took place Friday at The Forum in Inglewood, California, ahead of Saturday’s pay-per-view event. The preliminary card airs live on FOX Sports 1 and UFC Fight Pass.

UFC 199 is headlined by a pair of exciting championship fights: Luke Rockhold will attempt to make his first middleweight title defense against short-notice replacement Michael “The Count” Bisping. “The Count” steps into the challenger role on just two weeks’ notice after Rockhold’s original opponent, Chris Weidman, was forced out of their fight with a neck injury.

In the co-main event, recently re-crowned bantamweight champ Dominick Cruz  will battle longtime nemesis and perennial contender Urijah Faber.  The trilogy fight will be the culmination of a rivalry that stretches all the way back to their time in the now-defunct World Extreme Cagefighting (WEC) and carried over to the UFC after the organization absorbed the WEC’s bantamweight division.

Faber famously submitted Cruz when they first fought at WEC 26, way back in 2007. Cruz avenged that loss four years later at UFC 132, when he beat Faber in a competitive, five-round unanimous decision. The Faber loss remains the only blemish on Cruz’s professional record.

All 26 fighters successfully made weight for their respective bouts.

Full UFC 199 Weigh-In Results

MAIN CARD (Pay-per-view, 10 p.m. ET)

(c) Luke Rockhold (185) vs. Michael Bisping (185) – for Middleweight Title
(c) Dominick Cruz (135) vs. Urijah Faber (134.5) – for Bantamweight Title
Max Holloway (146) vs. Ricardo Lamas (145.5)
Dan Henderson (185.5) vs. Hector Lombard (184.5)
Bobby Green (155.5) vs. Dustin Poirier (155)

PRELIMINARY CARD (FOX Sports 1, 8 p.m. ET)

Clay Guida (146) vs. Brian Ortega (145)
Beneil Dariush (156) vs. James Vick (155.5)
Jessica Andrade (115.5) vs. Jessica Penne (115.5)
Alex Caceres (145.5) vs. Cole Miller (146)

PRELIMINARY CARD (UFC Fight Pass, 6:15 p.m. ET)

Tom Breese (170.5) vs. Sean Strickland (171)
Luis Henrique da Silva (205.5) vs. Jonathan Wilson (205.5)
Kevin Casey (185) vs. Elvis Mutapcic (185)
“Maestro” Dong Hyun Kim (154.5) vs. Polo Reyes (155)