Former UFC champion Johny Hendricks has failed to make weight again, this time while competing as a middleweight for his bout this weekend against Tim Boetsch.

Hendricks hit the scale at 188-pounds — a full two pounds over the limit for middleweight in a non-title fight — during the early weigh-ins on Saturday morning.

Hendricks has suffered through some brutal weight cuts during his career but primarily while he was competing at 170 pounds, which is what prompted his move up to a new division in the first place.

Hendricks missed weight twice in the UFC in his final two bouts at welterweight before moving up to the 185-pound division. He was also forced out of a fight with future champion Tyron Woodley after developing kidney stones during another tough weight cut in 2015.

This latest setback is obviously devastating as Hendricks still couldn’t hit the mark even as a middleweight now coming in at 188 pounds for his fight on Saturday night.