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Photos/Weights: Marco Antonio Rubio Returns in MX

By Joaquin Trejo

The weights are in for Saturday night's big middleweight clash at the Convention Center in San Luis Potosi. Mexico's Marco Antonio Rubio (54-4, 47 KOs), the official challenger to the middleweight crown of the World Boxing Council (WBC), will face Ghana's Mohammed Akrong (19-3, 11 KOs) in the main event. The fight is scheduled for twelve rounds and both boxers have promised to win by knockout.

Rubio stepped on the scale at 72.500 kg [159.8-pounds], while Akrong was 72.400 kg [159.6-pounds].

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by JakeNDaBox on 09-03-2011

[QUOTE=fceeviper;11078707]:boxing: Anyone? At Los Mochis, Mexico: Humberto Soto vs. Jose Alfaro, 10 rounds, junior welterweights At San Luis Potosi, Mexico: Marco Antonio Rubio vs. Mohammed Akrong, 12 rounds, middleweights[/QUOTE] The Soto-Alfaro card is airing live on WBC's website in less…

Comment by BostonGuy on 09-03-2011

I'll take a stream to this fight if anyone's got one. thanks..

Comment by AntonTheMeh on 09-03-2011

[QUOTE=Russian Crushin;11074388]I believe his condition is called Vitiligo[/QUOTE] SHAMONE! yeah i thought that too.

Comment by fceeviper on 09-03-2011

:boxing: Anyone? At Los Mochis, Mexico: Humberto Soto vs. Jose Alfaro, 10 rounds, junior welterweights At San Luis Potosi, Mexico: Marco Antonio Rubio vs. Mohammed Akrong, 12 rounds, middleweights

Comment by fceeviper on 09-03-2011

Will this be on US TV? Anyone know?

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