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Dan Hardy makes weight on third try, UFC Live 5 lineup good to go

Beers, brats, and brawling will all be on display tomorrow night in Milwaukee when the UFC stops at the Bradley Center for UFC Live 5 and an event featuring competitive match-ups from top to bottom.

Headlined by popular Brit Dan Hardy taking on fearless foe Chris Lytle, and featuring streaking lightweight contender Jim Miller mixing it up with former WEC 155-pound champ Ben Henderson, the card also boasts appearances from Amir Sadollah, Ed Herman, Cole Miller, Donald Cerrone, and top bantamweights Jospeh Benavidez/Eddie Wineland.

The lot of competitors set to take to the Octagon Sunday night on Versus/Facebook stepped on the scale earlier today in hopes of hitting their marks and all succeeded meaning the event will go on as scheduled. However, adding a bit of drama to the festivities, “The Outlaw” missed weight by a half-pound on his first two attempts before eventually hitting the welterweight limit.

Read below for a complete list of UFC Live 5 weigh-in results. All figures have been rounded to the nearest quarter-pound:

Jason Reinhardt (135 lbs) vs. Edwin Figueroa (136 lbs)
Danny Castillo (156 lbs) vs. Jacob Volkmann (156 lbs)
T.J. O’Brien (155 lbs) vs. Cole Miller (155.5 lbs)
Jim Hettes (145.5 lbs) vs. Alex Caceres (146 lbs)
Ronny Markes (205 lbs) vs. Karlos Vemola (205.5 lbs)
Kyle Noke (185 lbs) vs. Ed Herman (186 lbs)
Joseph Benavidez (135.5 lbs) vs. Eddie Wineland (136 lbs)
Jared Hamman (185 lbs) vs. C.B. Dollaway (186 lbs)
Donald Cerrone (156 lbs) vs. Charles Oliveira (155 lbs)
Duane Ludwig (170 lbs) vs. Amir Sadollah (170 lbs)
Jim Miller (155.5 lbs) vs. Benson Henderson (156 lbs)
Dan Hardy (171.5 lbs) vs. Chris Lytle (170.5 lbs)

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