Former Champ Johny Hendricks Misses Weight For UFC OKC Fight With Tim Boetsch

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Former Champ Johny Hendricks Misses Weight For UFC OKC Fight With Tim Boetsch

After failing to make weight three times as a welterweight, former UFC champ Johny Hendricks has missed the 185lb mark for his UFC Oklahoma fight with Tim Boetsch.  He weighed in at 188lbs, two pounds over the limit for a middleweight non-title fight.  The bout will move ahead as planned, though Hendricks will be fined 20% of his fight purse.

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