On Friday, April 10, the UFC will host the weigh-ins for UFC Fight Night 64: Gonzaga vs. Cro Cop II which takes place Saturday, April 11, from the Krakow Arena in Krakow, Poland.

In the night’s main event, former title challenger Gabriel Gonzaga clashes with former Pride superstar Mirko “Cro Cop” Filipović for a second time. The pair met in 2007 with the Brazilian Gonzaga knocking out Cro Cop with his own weapon, the head kick. Since then, both fighters have exited the promotion and returned. Gonzaga has gone 4-3 in his second stint with the organization, with all four wins coming by finish. Croatia’s Filipović has found success in both MMA and kickboxing, earning him another opportunity in the Octagon.

The co-main event features a pair of light heavyweights known for finishes as Poland’s Jan Blachowicz meets England’s Jimi Manuwa. Blachowicz erased Ilir Latifi in under two minutes in his promotional debut in October. Manuwa will look to rebound from the first loss of his career, as he fell to Alexander Gustafsson last March.

The 12-fight event kicks off Saturday with eight preliminary card bouts streaming on UFC Fight Pass at 11:45 a.m. ET, with the four-fight main card airing live at 3 p.m. ET, also on UFC Fight Pass.

The fighters will hit the scales at 10 a.m. ET on Friday. A live video feed appears above (courtesy of the UFC), while the results appear below.

UFC Fight Pass Main Card
Gabriel Gonzaga (255) vs. Mirko “Cro Cop” Filipovic (232)
Jimi Manuwa (206) vs. Jan Blachowicz (204)
Pawel Pawlak (169) vs. Sheldon Westcott (169)
Joanne Calderwood (115) vs. Maryna Moroz (115)
UFC Fight Pass Preliminary Card
Seth Baczynski (170) vs. Leon Edwards (170)
Bartosz Fabinski (184) vs. Garreth McLellan (184)
Sergio Moraes (171) vs. Mickael Lebout (169)
Damian Stasiak (145) vs. Yaotzin Meza (146)
Daniel Omielanczuk (243) vs. Anthony Hamilton (259)
Izabela Badurek (117)* vs. Aleksandra Albu (114)
Marcin Bandel (154) vs. Stevie Ray (155)
Taylor Lapilus (145) vs. Rocky Lee (144)

* – Badurek was given one hour to reach the strawweight limit of 116 pounds

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