UFC Fight Night 124: Stephens vs. Choi Weigh-in Results

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The co-main event for tomorrow night's UFC Fight Night 124, Uriah Hall vs Vitor Belfort, has been cancelled.

Choi hasn't seen action since December 2016.

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Meanwhile, Stephens is a +130 underdog (bet $100 to win $130) at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark and coming off a UD win over Gilbert Melendez at UFC 215.

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Each of his past five fights has gone the distance, with his hand getting raised just twice during that stretch. However, that will not be the case any longer as his opponent, Uriah Hall, failed to weigh in on Saturday morning. It is easy to see where and why this camp has been so rough for Hall.

"The Phenom" is 2-2 (1 no contest) in his last five fights, most recently putting an end to a three-fight winless streak at UFC 212 last June when he defeated Nate Marquardt via unanimous decision.

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Ariel Helwani of MMA Fighting notes UFC officials did not elaborate on the nature of Hall's withdrawal, or whether the plan is to re-book Hall vs. Belfort at a later date. The 40-year-old Brazilian had not gone the distance in nearly a decade, and 21 of his wins have come by finish (18 knockouts and three submissions).

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