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Photos/Weights: Gamboa 127, Ponce De Leon 127

Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City NJ - The weights are in for Saturday's big featherweight clash. Yuriorkis Gamboa, and Daniel Ponce De Leon, weighed an identical 127-pounds. Gamboa (20-0, 16KOs) has vowed to continue his undefeated streak, while Ponce De Leon aims to redeem himself after suffering a first round knockout loss in his last Atlantic City appearance, against Juan Manuel Lopez in 2008.

PHOTOS TO BE POSTED SHORTLY................

Other Weights

Luis Cruz 131 1/2
Antonio Davis 132

Wale Lucky Boy Omotoso 146 1/2
Calvin Odom 150

Jorge Diaz 128
Rafael Lora 127

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Tobi.G on 09-10-2011

It will take 3 rounds at most. Gamboa will destroy Leon.

Comment by xAUGUSTUSx on 09-10-2011

I'm calling for an upset. I think Ponce might just pull this out.

Comment by MartialBoxing on 09-10-2011

idc how short gamboa is, he, none the less, looks like a beast! and has backed up his physique every time he has ever stepped into the ring. not only that, but he is a very respectable character and doesnt…

Comment by JOM'S on 09-10-2011

I hope to see a good fight! may the better fighter win.... [B]this will be fun![/B]

Comment by cubano11 on 09-10-2011

Gamboa is too damn fast and powerful for De Leon....Im ALL IN....ill take 5:1 odds by the way, send me a PM if anybody wants a bet

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