Photo/Weights: Evander Holyfield 225, Brian Nielsen 238

COPENHAGEN, Denmark — Brian Nielsen showed more than his muscles at Friday's official weigh-in. The Dane pulled down his shorts, exposing his bare backside to the audience, before getting on the scale. He says a member of the crowd had shouted he wanted "to see my white backside."

Nielsen, who is known for his clowning stunts, says "I gave it to them. It needn't be boring." Nielsen is scheduled to fight Evander Holyfield on Saturday in a non-title bout.

Holyfield came in at 102.8 kilograms (225.97 pounds) while Nielsen — with his shorts back on — weighed in at 108 kilograms (238.1 pounds).

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Tobi.G on 05-07-2011

[QUOTE=BIG SHOT;10488044]no disrespect to one of the best heavyweight of the modern era, but these are the fights Ill be lookin forward to: [IMG][/IMG] WAR Braekhus [IMG][/IMG] WAR PULEV![/QUOTE] Pulev still looks solid but he came in at a career…

Comment by GreatestIam on 05-07-2011

Didnt know what he WTF where for now i do...LMAO

Comment by DUCK FACE on 05-07-2011

Would this be a bigger upset then Pac losing to Mosley?? I heard Dwyer's views today and he said Holyfield over Nielsen is a far better bet then Pac over Mosley.. but then again he thinks Mosley over Pac is…

Comment by Phatfarm1980 on 05-07-2011

Evander still doesnt look to bad for his age. Nielsen on the other hand looks like he should be spending the weekend with the grand kids and not in a boxing ring!

Comment by codey on 05-06-2011

Evander? what are you doing? lol

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