UFC 265 weigh-in updates and results: Gane/Lewis official, Manel Kape misses weight by three pounds

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UFC 265 and the 26 competitors on the card have reached the last hurdle in their road to the event: The UFC 265 weigh-ins. The participants from the 13 planned bouts will head to the scales starting at 10 am ET at the events host hotel. Keep it locked to MixedMartialArts.com for updates throughout the morning as the fighters look to make their matchups official.

UFC 265 takes place tomorrow night (August 7) inside the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas. The preliminary portion of the card starts at 6 pm ET and will be simulcast on ESPN and streaming service ESPN+. That will be followed by the main card pay-per-view beginning at 10 pm ET exclusively on ESPN+ PPV for US $69.99.

The event will be headlined by an interim heavyweight title fight pitting second-ranked American, and Houston native, Derrick Lewis (25-7) against third-ranked and undefeated Frenchman Ciryl Gane (9-0). The co-main event will feature a top-10 bantamweight tilt between former featherweight champion Jose Aldo (29-7) and fellow Brazilian Pedro Munhoz (19-5).

UFC 265 weigh-in scale state

Main Card(10 pm ET, ESPN+ PPV)

Derrick Lewis () vs. Ciryl Gane () – for interim-heavyweight title

Jose Aldo () vs. Pedro Munhoz ()

Michael Chiesa () vs. Vicente Luque ()

Angela Hill () vs. Tecia Torres ()

Casey Kenney () vs. Song Yadong ()

Preliminary Card (6 pm ET, ESPN & ESPN+)

Rafael Fiziev () vs. Bobby Green ()

Vince Morales () vs. Drako Rodriguez ()

Ed Herman () vs. Alonzo Menifield ()

Karolina Kowalkiewicz () vs. Jessica Penne ()

Manel Kape () vs. Ode Osbourne ()

Anderson Dos Santos () vs. Miles Johns ()

Melissa Gatto () vs. Victoria Leonardo ()

Johnny Munoz () vs. Jamey Simmons ()

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