Both Carlos Condit and Martin Kampmann have said their welterweight rematch at Wednesday night's UFC Fight Night 27 in Indianapolis will not go the distance. And they get the chance to make that prediction a reality after each made weight Tuesday.
Kampmann was first on the scale and checked in at 170 pounds. Condit made the fight official after weighing in at 170½.
"We're not out there playing patty-cake," Condit (28-7) recently told ESPN.com. "We're there to put each other's lights out -- to send someone home with a loss and a concussion."
Condit, a former WEC lineal and UFC interim welterweight champion, will seek to snap a two-fight losing skid. He is ranked third among 170-pound fighters by ESPN.com.
In their first meeting, which took place April 1, 2009, Kampmann came away with a split-decision victory. It was Condit's first appearance in UFC.
Kampmann, 20-6 and ranked seventh by ESPN.com among welterweights, was knocked out in the first round by Johny Hendricks at UFC 154 in November. The loss ended Kampmann's win streak at three.
Every other fighter on the UFC Fight Night 27 card made weight.
Dos Anjos (19-6) enters the bout riding a four-fight win streak; Cerrone (20-5, with one no contest), who earned a unanimous decision victory over KJ Noons in his most recent outing, at UFC 160 on May 25.