LAS VEGAS – The UFC’s second main event of September between Anthony Smith and Ryan Spann is locked in.

At Friday’s official UFC Fight Night 192 weigh-ins, Smith (34-16 MMA, 10-6 UFC) and Spann (19-6 MMA, 5-1 UFC) had no issues on the scale as they successfully hit the light heavyweight limit for their headlining matchup.

Spann was first and tipped the scale roughly 44 minutes into the two-hour weigh-in window at 206 pounds. Smith, meanwhile, came in late with just five minutes remaining in the window registering at 205.5 pounds.

Ryan Spann put in the work for his first UFC main event.

He tipped the scale at 206 pounds for his clash with Anthony Smith.#UFCVegas37 | Full video: https://t.co/bI2SnbogKj pic.twitter.com/p59jf9jp7G

— MMA Junkie (@MMAjunkie) September 17, 2021

Anthony Smith was the last fighter to the scale but had no problem hitting 205.5 pounds for Saturday’s main event. #UFCVegas37 | Full video: https://t.co/bI2SnbogKj pic.twitter.com/R0CU7n7Mc7

— MMA Junkie (@MMAjunkie) September 17, 2021

UFC Fight Night 192 takes place Saturday at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas. The entire card streams on ESPN+.

Watch the above video to see Smith and Spann make weight.

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