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Photo/Weights: Michael Katsidis 140, Michael Lozada 138

The weights are in for Saturday's fight, as Mexico’s Michael Lozada will be stepping into the lions den when he takes on former two time WBO world champion Michael Katsidis at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre in Australia. Katsidis came in at 63.5-Kilograms [140-pounds], while Michael Lozada was 63-Kilograms [138.8]. 

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by chiguy91 on 08-12-2011

good stuff for kats, didn't know this was taking place @ 140. bam bam deff needs to move up, ain't shiit at 135 for him anymore, all the excitings matchups are at lww.

Comment by shenmue on 08-12-2011

Mismatch this one, but I'll catch the highlights of the stoppage sometime on Saturday.

Comment by Nonitard on 08-12-2011

LMAO ok.....go katz

Comment by The Muss on 08-12-2011

Katsidis looks in fine shape... (vid) [url]http://www.boxingscene.com/forums/showthread.php?p=10977292#post10977292[/url]

Comment by adp023 on 08-12-2011

Looks like one of them trained for this fight. Katsidis should hang em up soon, he's just taken way too much damage throughout his career. Nothing left to prove.

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