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UFC 124 LIVE weigh-in results

UFC welterweight champ Georges St-Pierre faces off with Josh Koscheck at the UFC 124 weigh-ins Friday at the Bell Centre. Koscheck will attempt to dethrone the 170-pound king and take home his title Saturday night in the UFC 124 main event, airing live on Pay-Per-View at 10 p.m. ET.

MONTREAL – The “UFC 124: St-Pierre vs. Koscheck” fighter weigh-ins take place at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, today, Friday, Dec. 10, starting at 4 p.m. ET/1 p.m. PT. ProMMAnow.com (www.prommanow.com) will be posting the live results of each fighter’s weight.

UFC 124 is headlined with a welterweight title fight between Georges St-Pierre vs. Josh Koscheck and will air live tomorrow night on Pay-Per-View. If you missed the live stream of the weigh-ins, you can still watch the archived video HERE.

Koscheck was grinning from ear to ear as he walked out to the boos of the crowd. After weighing in at 169-pounds he addressed the boisterous audience at the Bell Centre, “Thanks for all the boos, we’ll see you tomorrow night when I put Georges St-Pierre to sleep.”

Always the consummate professional the welterweight champion said he plans to shut Koscheck up but he will not let his emotions take him out of his game plan. “I’m motivated but I’m going to fight smart,” said St-Pierre. “I’m going to knock his ass out.”

UFC 124 weigh-in results:

MAIN CARD (Pay-Per-View)

  • Georges St. Pierre (170) vs. Josh Koscheck (169)
  • Stefan Struve (253) vs. Sean McCorkle (264)
  • Joe Stevenson (155.5) vs. Mac Danzig (156)
  • Thiago Alves (171) vs. John Howard (171)
  • Jim Miller (155) vs. Charles Oliveira (153.5)

PRELIMINARY CARD (Live on UFC.com)

  • Dan Miller (184.5) vs. Joe Doerksen (185.5)
  • Dustin Hazelett (155) vs. Mark Bocek (155.5)

PRELIMINARY CARD (Not Televised)

  • Jesse Bongfeldt (185.5) vs. Rafael Natal (185)
  • Matt Riddle (170.5) vs. Sean Pierson (170.5)
  • Ricardo Almeida (170.5) vs. T.J. Grant (170)
  • John Makdessi (155) vs. Pat Audinwood (156)
  • Ted Smith

    I have never really been a big GSP. In fact, early in his career I pulled against him when he faced off against the likes of Matt Hughes and B.J. Penn. Now that I have gotten to see what a good person, and great coach he is, I am now a big fan. It doesn’t hurt that I can’t stand Josh Koscheck.

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