All fighters make weight for UFC 135

DENVER -- All 20 fighters set to compete at UFC 135 made weight during Friday's official weigh-in.

Quinton Jackson struck a modeling pose after tipping the scales at a slim 204 pounds for his light heavyweight title fight against Jon Jones.

Jones weighed in virtually the same, at 204.5 pounds.

Jones (13-1) is known for not looking opponents in the eye during staredowns but broke that trend Friday, offering Jackson (32-8) an opportunity for last-minute dialogue.

"I had to tell Jones and keep it real with him," Jackson said. "I'm ending his hype tomorrow."

Former welterweight champion Matt Hughes (45-8) came in at 170 pounds for his co-main event fight against Josh Koscheck (15-5).

Koscheck, who took the fight on just 19 days notice, weighed-in at 170.5 pounds.

Heavyweight Ben Rothwell tipped the scales at 263 pounds for his first fight in 15 months. Rothwell (31-7) has been out of action since June 2010 due to injury.

His opponent, Mark Hunt (6-7) came in two pounds lighter.

Brett Okamoto covers mixed martial arts for ESPN.com. Follow him on Twitter.