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Photos/Weights: Williams-White, Ramos-Arellano

Shelton, WA - All fighters were on weight today for the Goossen Tutor Promotions' ESPN Friday Night Fights/Little Creek Brawl IV event set for Friday Night, JANUARY 24.
 
Among the special guests at the weigh-in were former middleweight world champion Frank Tate, legendary trainer Floyd Mayweather Sr., world ranked welterweight contender Josesito Lopez, hot junior welterweight prospect Javier Molina and former female sensation Mia St. John.
 
Weigh-In Results

 
Main Event-10 Rounds NABO Light Heavyweight Championship
Thomas Williams Jr., 174.8 vs. Cornelius White, 174.4


 
Co-Main Event-10 Rounds Featherweights
Rico Ramos, 125.8 vs. Jonathan Arellano, 125.8


 
Heavyweights-6 Rounds
Malik Scott, 254.6 vs. Grover Young, 240
 
Junior Welterweights---6 Rounds
Virgil Green, 139 vs. Guillermo Delgadillo, 139.8
 
Super Middleweights-6 Rounds
Ronald Hearns, 164 vs. Eddie Hunter, 166.4
 
Featherweights-4 Rounds
Juan Funez, 125.6 vs. Marcelo Gallardo, 126.2
 
Lightweights-4 Rounds
Sammy Perez, 133.2 vs. Lupe Hudgens, 132.4
 
Heavyweights-4 Rounds
Michael Hunter, 211 vs. Gary Tapusoa, 211

Heavyweights--4 Rounds
Stephan Shaw, 267 vs. Kyle McNutt, 216

Cruiserweights--4 Rounds
Omotundi Tabiti, 193 vs. Kenneth Gray, 192.8

Advance tickets priced at $30 can be purchased by calling (800) 667-7711 or online at www.little-creek.com Doors will open on the night of the event at 4:30 p.m. with the first bell at 5:00 p.m. For more information and directions to the Little Creek Casino Resort, please visit their website at www.little-creek.com

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Elotero on 01-24-2014

[QUOTE=U_TALKING_2_ME?;14164426]and from the last picture it looks like there will also be guest performances by Prince and Freddie Mercury.[/QUOTE] LOL> I thouhgt Rico looked more like a mini-Daz Dillinger but now that you mention it he does have the Freddie…

Comment by Carlos Alberto on 01-24-2014

[quote=u_talking_2_me?;14164426]and from the last picture it looks like there will also be guest performances by prince and freddie mercury.[/quote] lmfao!!!!!

Comment by U_TALKING_2_ME? on 01-24-2014

and from the last picture it looks like there will also be guest performances by Prince and Freddie Mercury.

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