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Photo/Weights: Boxcino Semifinals For ESPN FNF

Boxcino semifinal fighters, Chris Rudd, Miguel Gonzalez, Fernando Carcamo and Petr Petrov pose with 4 Bears Casino & Lodge General Manager Pat Packineau (Middle) at Thursday's weigh in. Photo Credit:  Shane Sims / Banner Promotions

Fernando Carcamo 135.8 - Miguel Gonzalez 136
(Boxcino Semifinals)
Chris Rudd 135.6 - Petr Petrov 135.6
(Boxcino Semifinals)

Michael Seals 173.4 - Willis Lockett 191
Taras Shelestyuk 152 - Romon Barber 152.8
Donovan Dennis 224.8 - Travis Fulton will weigh in tomorrow
Ruben Ozuna 135.8 - Wayne Smith 134,6
David Laque 148 - Corey Land 145.2

Promoter:  Banner Promotions
Venue: 4 Bears Casino & Lodge
TV:  ESPN at 9 PM ET

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by jas on 03-28-2014

when does this start

Comment by piritwin2 on 03-28-2014

Ill take gonzalez boxing ability in this one!!¡¡¡:fing26:

Comment by Cali boxer on 03-28-2014

Petrochemical v Carcamo for the finale. That'll be a solid fight

Comment by bigcursedawg on 03-27-2014

WARCAMO. If Gonzalez fights like he did last time he's getting stopped. I'm not really sure what to think about the Rudd Petrov fight. Rudd looks so much bigger than Petrov but I'm not sure he can keep Petrov at…

Comment by Nicolino on 03-27-2014

I hope to see Petrov as aggressive as the last time.

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