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Photos/Weights: Peterson-Cayo, Miranda-Despaigne

by Rick Reeno

Cosmopolitan Resort and Casino, Las Vegas - The weights are in for Friday's big ESPN televised doubleheader. The main event, which is an IBF final junior welterweight eliminator, saw Lamont Peterson step on the scale first, and he came in at the 140-pound limit. Victor was up next, and he came in at 139.5. Photos by Marco Perez/My Sports Images.

The co-feature, ten rounds at light heavyweight, saw Yordanis Despaigne come in at 175-pounds at the limit, and Edison Miranda was ripped and ready at 174.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by borikua on 07-29-2011

Nice to see Miranda back.

Comment by ADozenArrows on 07-29-2011

[QUOTE=PRBOXINGCOTTO;10913522][B]is that ben wallace[/B] lol cayo got this by wide ud[/QUOTE] LOLOL These fights do nothing for me. No interest really. If Peterson wins I have to see him on HBO again which is bad for boxing fans.

Comment by freedom213 on 07-29-2011

From what Ive seen of Cayo he is in trouble. Peterson impresses me even when Ive seen him lose, good technique and just good in an all around way.

Comment by chiguy91 on 07-29-2011

finally it's going down, can't wait for tomorrow, should be good.

Comment by LoveForBoxing on 07-28-2011

[QUOTE=Realizniguhnit;10913446]True.. but If Lamont wins he becomes Khans mandatory anyway..[/QUOTE] that means nothing to be frank khan is super champ so can pick if and when he chooses to fight peterson as his manditory hes not garanteed anything except a…

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