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Les Sherrington, Randy Suico Make Weight For Battle

The fighters for tomorrows “Domination” fight night at the Townsville RSL stadium have made weight.

Les Sherrington on the scales (left) and face to face with his opponent Randy Suico.
Local hero and current WBF world middleweight champion Les “Lock N Load” Sherrington came in just under the middleweight limit as did his opponent in the 12 round main event, Philippine star Randy Suico. The pair will clash tomorrow night for the WBO Asia Pacific Middleweight title and guaranteed top 10 ranking in the world WBO middleweight rankings.

This means that both fighters have a lot on the line and will help make for what is set to be an exciting fight.

 “Domination” will take place on Friday the 30th of November at the Townsville RSL stadium and promoter Joe Pennisi of Ringside Fight Promotions believes the night is one not to be missed.

“Some of Townsville’s finest will be showcased come November 30, being led by Les 'Lock N Load' Sherrington, the night will not disappoint” said Mr Pennisi.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by perfect jet on 11-29-2012

yes, THAT randy suico who fought juan diaz at 135. and fought even lighter before that. a filo middleweight - not something you see everyday. if at all, unless you have a JOKE FIGHT!!!

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