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Photo/Weights: Shawn Estrada vs. Felix Piedra Clash

The weights are in for tomorrow's battle of unbeatens at the Sportsmans Lodge in Studio City, California. In the main event, a battle of unbeatens with Shawn Estrada (14-0, 12KOs) taking on Felix Piedra (8-0-1, 5KOs). The weight is set for 185-pounds.

LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHTS - 8 ROUNDS
SHAWN ESTRADA - 185
FELIX PIEDRA - 184 3/4

LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHTS - 8 ROUNDS
ANATOLY DUDCHENKO - 179 1/2
ALFREDO CONTRERAS - 179 1/2

JR. FEATHERWEIGHTS - 4 ROUNDS
JESSE VILLANUEVA - 122
BENJAMIN BRICENO - 122 1/4


JR. WELTERWEIGHTS - 4 ROUNDS
LEON SPINKS III - 139 1/2
EDUARDO MELENDREZ - 137 1/2

HEAVYWEIGHTS - 4 ROUNDS
SERGO POGOSYAN - 226 1/2
AVERY GIBSON - 238 1/2

JR. MIDDLEWEIGHTS - 4 ROUNDS
JOHN HAYS - 151
EDUARDO HERNANDEZ - 150 1/2

FEATHERWEIGHTS - 4 ROUNDS
STEPHON YOUNG - 124 1/2
SAMMY YNIGUEZ - 126

Tickets priced at $32.50, $52.50, & $103.50 are on sale now and can be purchased at the SPORTSMEN'S LODGE box office TOMORROW AT 3PM or by calling (818) 817-8001 or online at [email protected] .  Doors open at 6:00 and the event will start live at 7:00 p.m. PT. 

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Light_Speed on 08-10-2012

These dudes are way too close for my liking, no way I'd let a dude put his nose on my upper lip. :lol1:

Comment by DoktorSleepless on 08-10-2012

This is the fat dude who came in at 196lb in the weight in for a super middleweight fight recently.

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