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Photos/Weights: Molina vs. Spinks, Castillo, Szpilka, More

“This show is indicative of the ever-increasing quality of Friday Night Fights broadcasts. It’s every bit as good as or better than the average Showtime or HBO boxing show. This is just a terrific event from top to bottom.” Teddy Singleton of Don King Productions.

The card is taking place at the UIC Pavilion in Chicago, and televised by ESPN's Friday Night Fights. The show will be staged by 8 Count Productions, Round 3 Productions, Warriors Boxing and Blue Wave Boxing in association with Don King Productions.

FULL WEIGHTS and PHOTOS
 
Carlos Molina 153.4 vs. Cory Spinks 153.2

Antwone Smith 155.6 vs. Jose Luis Castillo 151.8 - Smith was overweight and now the fight is being held at a max weight of 156-pounds.

Artur Szpilka 230.8 vs. Mike Mollo 231.6


Don George 164.4 vs. James Cook 161.8
Mike Jimenez 167.8 vs. Jordan Brown 167.8
Jaime Herrera 146.8 vs. Marlon Smith 146.2
Jimmy Murphy 145.4 vs. Aloric Carson 150.2
Sergio Montes de Oca 126.2 vs. Antoine Knight 127
Junior Anthony Wright 197.6 vs. Tim Johnson 203.8 

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Cali boxer on 02-01-2013

Damn! Castillo made weight easy, he usually is guaranteed to come in overweight. Castillo and Molina gonna get the W's, then Molina can take K9's belt.

Comment by Freedom. on 02-01-2013

This is an excellent fightcard for ESPN Friday Night Fights. I'm eagerly anticipating Mollo-Szpilka.

Comment by MJ223 on 02-01-2013

[B]Rooting for Castillo[/B]

Comment by rogdogx on 02-01-2013

Smith is going to smash Castillo. I think Molina and Spinks is going to be interesting and I am curious to see how those styles will match up but Molina will be too much for him.

Comment by ManOnTheMoon on 02-01-2013

Wow this is the worst card ever

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