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Photos/Weights: Hernandez-Cunningham, Licina-Alekseev

The weights are in for Saturday's big event in Frankfurt, Germany. In the main event of the card being staged by Sauerland Event, Yoan Pable Hernandez defends his IBF cruiserweight title in a rematch with Steve Cunningham. In the co-feature, more cruiserweight action with Enad Licina taking on Alexander Akseev.

IBF Cruiserweight Title:

Yoan Pablo Hernandez: 90,0 kg [198.4-pounds]

Steve Cunningham: 89,6 kg [197.5-pounds]

European Cruiserweight Title:

Enad Licina: 88,5 kg [195.1-pounds]

Alexander Alekseev: 90,1 kg [198.6-pounds]

Cruiserweight:

Mateusz Masternak: 89 kg [196.2-pounds]

Michael Simms: 90,7 kg [199.9-pounds]

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by nycsmooth on 02-04-2012

should be a vg bout & hope the entire card is action..keep the fighters working...

Comment by Tobi.G on 02-04-2012

Steve is always verry ripped but to me it seems now he has more muscle than ever. Looks bigger to me.

Comment by lildee2020 on 02-03-2012

lol @ the third pic, steve is looking at that dude like... n!gga please

Comment by vacon04 on 02-03-2012

[QUOTE=Rikanlynx86;11740338]Damn Cunningham is freakin Solid[/QUOTE] Cunningham is always extremely solid, the guy has an incredible physique and always enters the weight in in amazing shape.

Comment by Alec900 on 02-03-2012

War Alekseev!

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