Dec 21, 2019; Busan, SOUTH KOREA; Ryan Benoit (blue gloves) fights Heili Alateng throughout UFC Struggle Night time at Sajik Area. Obligatory Credit score: Jasmin Frank-USA TODAY Sports activities
Ryan Benoit was pulled from this weekend’s UFC card after failing to make weight Friday morning.
Benoit battled dehydration throughout his first weigh-in try, having to be helped onto the dimensions by his coach Jamie Crowder.
The fighter almost stumbled off the dimensions earlier than being held up, and after a couple of minutes he was in a position to stand on the dimensions lengthy sufficient to weigh in at 129 kilos, lacking the 126-pound restrict by three kilos.
In response to his supervisor, Oren Hodak of KO Reps, Benoit needed to be transported to a hospital following his second weigh-in try.
He was scheduled to combat Zarrukh Adashev at UFC Struggle Night time on Saturday.
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Benoit (10-7) had misplaced his final two fights previous to Friday morning’s weigh-in debacle. It was the second time the 31-year-old missed weight, the final time coming earlier than a schedule 2017 combat in opposition to Ashkan Mokhtarian.
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