Frank Camacho was tripped up by the scale again.
The 30-fight veteran — who has competed at both 170 pounds and 155 pounds in the UFC — came in at 158 pounds at Friday’s weigh-ins for UFC on ESPN 11: Blaydes vs. Volkov, two pounds over the lightweight limit (including a one-pound allowance).
This is the second time Camacho failed to hit his weight mark in the UFC. He previously came in at 160 pounds for a lightweight bout against Damien Brown on Nov. 18, 2017.
Camacho’s opponent Justin Jaynes successfully made weight, despite accepting this bout on two-days’ notice as a replacement after Camacho’s originally scheduled opponent Matt Frevola was forced to withdraw from Saturday’s card due to one of Frevola’s teammates testing positive for COVID-19.
Per UFC.com, the bout will proceed at a catchweight with Camacho forfeiting 20 percent of his purse to Jaynes.
Aside from Camacho, the other 23 fighters all successfully made weight including main event heavyweights Curtis Blaydes and Alexander Volkov, and co-main event featherweights Josh Emmett and Shane Burgos.
See the full UFC on ESPN 11 weigh-in results below:
Main Card (ESPN, ESPN+, 8 p.m. ET)
Curtis Blaydes (261) vs. Alexander Volkov (247)
Josh Emmett (146) vs. Shane Burgos (146)
Preliminary card (ESPN, ESPN+, 5 p.m. ET)
Frank Camacho (158)** vs. Justin Jaynes (156)
*160-pound catchweight bout
**Camacho came in two pounds over the lightweight limit