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Photos/Weights: Adrian Hernandez, Ava Knight, More

By Jake Donovan, photos by Pepe Rodriguez

Adrian Hernandez is set for the second defense of his second tour as junior flyweight titlist. The free-swinging action fighter faces Yader Cardoza in a scheduled 12-round main event at Deportivo Agustín Ramos Millan in Toluca, Mexico.

Both fighters weighed in at the divisional limit of 108 lb.

Hernandez regained the title in dominant fashion, stopping Kompayak Porpramook in six rounds in Mexico last October. The win avenged a prior title fight loss on the road in Thailand in December 2011, which ended his first title reign.

The evening's co-feature pits Ava Knight against Linda Soto in a flyweight bout. Knight and Soto came in right on the money at 112 lb. each.

Jhonny Navarrete and Francisco Reza each weighed in at 148 lb. for their supporting bout, a scheduled 10-round welterweight affair.

The show airs live Saturday evening on Televisa in Mexico.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Silky_Smooth on 05-10-2013

Damn that Corona girl look like she got a fat pusy

Comment by bigcursedawg on 05-10-2013

The confessor has a big ass head for a 108 pounder

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