The official weigh-ins for UFC fights are always an entertaining watch. Whether the two fighters absolutely hate each other, or are good friends, we always get a talking point when Dana White stands between them and Joe Rogan whips the crowd into a frenzy.
Anyone who has had to cut weight for a fight will tell you that it's not an enjoyable experience, and tensions are often running high when two dehydrated and often extremely agitated fighters go head to head in front of a huge crowd. Although sometimes, if the circumstances are right we get a laugh instead of bloodlust, but that's just how it is.
Here are 8 of the best weigh-in staredowns in the history of the Ultimate Fighting Championship.
Michael Bisping v Jorge Rivera - The night club scuffle.
Conor McGregor v Diego Brandao - Dublin goes wild.
Pat Barry v Stefan Struve - Little v Large.
Georges St Pierre v Nick Diaz - Nope. Not happening.
Donald Cerrone v Benson Henderson - Two good mates.
Lyoto Machida v Shogun Rua - The gentleman's approach.
Anderson Silva v Vitor Belfort - That escalated quickly..
Cody McKenzie v Yves Edwards - Want a crisp?
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