Dillashaw makes flyweight limit without issue, title fight official
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All the questions about whether TJ Dillashaw would successfully drop down to the 125-pound weight class to challenge flyweight champion Henry Cejudo for his title have been answered.

Dillashaw, the 135-pound king, was the first man on the scale for the UFC Brooklyn weigh-ins Friday morning and made the weight limit with room to spare.

Dillashaw came in at 124.6 pounds and Cejudo hit 124.4 pounds, making Saturday's champion-versus-champion bout official.

Here are the rest of the weigh-in results:

Main card

Henry Cejudo (124.4) vs. TJ Dillashaw (124.6)
Greg Hardy (264) vs. Allen Crowder (252.6)
Gregor Gillespie (155.2) vs. Yancy Medeiros (155.4)
Joseph Benavidez (124.4) vs. Dustin Ortiz (123.8)
Paige VanZant (125.8) vs. Rachael Ostovich (125.6)
Glover Teixeira (205.6) vs. Karl Roberson (203.8)

Preliminaries

Alexander Hernandez (155.4) vs. Donald Cerrone (155.8)
Joanne Calderwood (125.8) vs. Ariane Lipski (125.2)
Alonzo Menifield (204.6) vs. Vinicius Castro (205.4)
Cory Sandhagen (135.6) vs. Mario Bautista (135.2)
Dennis Bermudez (155.8) vs. Te Edwards (155.0)
Belal Muhammad (170.2) vs. Geoff Neal (170.4)
Kyle Stewart (170.4) vs. Chance Rencountre (170.4)

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