Photos/Weights: Chavez Jr. 160, Sebastian Zbik 158.8

By Ryan Burton & Ernest Gabion

The weights are in for Saturday's big fight at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. The "Son of a Legend" Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. challenges Sebastian Zbik for the WBC middleweight title. Chavez came in at an even 160-pounds, while the champion was 158.8. Both of them looked in great shape. Photos by Chris Farina/Top Rank.

In a featherweight clash, Rafael Guzman was 125.8, while unbeaten Mikey Garcia was 127-pounds [contract weight was 127].

A battle for the WBC silver junior middleweight title, with Vanes Martirosyan coming in at 153.4, while Saul Roman was 153-pounds even.

The females took to the scale. Dakota Stone was 149-pounds, while female boxing legand Christy Martin was 149.8-pounds.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by B.U.R.N.E.R on 06-04-2011

Jr is HUGE. This kid wont even be at 160 long.

Comment by Pinoy4ever on 06-04-2011

go chavez jr

Comment by -KULT- on 06-04-2011

JCC Jr looks much bigger than Zbik. He has no excuse not to win by KO/TKO.

Comment by KeepOnPushing on 06-03-2011

long term Chavez Jr. Will Struggle to even stay at 160

Comment by Medved on 06-03-2011

Nice Pedro Stash bro. [IMG][/IMG]

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