Former UFC athletes Nate Diaz and Jorge Masvidal successfully made weight ahead of their boxing bout.

Diaz and Masvidal came in at 175.6lbs and 175.2lbs on Friday morning, both within the Light Heavyweight limit.

The two are set to compete at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California, with the bout set for 10 rounds, should they need them.

The bout is a rematch between the pair, who first competed inside the UFC Octagon in 2019, at UFC 244. Their first meeting was for the inaugural BMF belt, with Masvidal walking away the victor at the end of the third round, when the doctor called time on proceedings due to a cut on Diaz's face.

5 years later and the two will now meet inside the boxing ring as Diaz looks to settle the score. After both men weighed in successfully on Friday morning, they took to the stage on Friday afternoon for their final face off and ceremonial weigh in.

When asked if they had any final words, the two had very different statements. Diaz opted to express his dislike for the ceremonial weigh ins, simply saying.

"Yo, this whole sh*t’s cap. I already weighed in this morning,”

“Just one more sleep,

“I get to bring all this work I’ve been doing since January to fruition. I thank my lord and savior Jesus Christ for every moment, every thing. I’m going to put on an ass-whooping tomorrow, whether you guys like that or not. I’m here to do my job, I’m going to kill somebody tomorrow. All the shit-talking is over, now we get to fight, and either my camp was the right one or his camp was the right one, but we get to find out tomorrow. See y’all there.”

The bout will see Masvidal pull on the boxing gloves for the first time as a professional but 'Gamebred' has a wealth of experience on the Bare Knuckle scene, where his career originally started.

For Diaz, the bout will be the second time he has competed as a boxing, with the first being against Jake Paul last year.

You can watch the full ceremonial weigh-ins, below: