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Video: Danny Garcia, Herrera Get Tense at Weigh-In

The weights are in for the Showtime televised card on Saturday night in Bayamon, Puerto Rico. In the main event, Danny Garcia makes the first defense of his lineal 140 lb. championship (fifth overall alphabet title defense) against Mauricio Herrera. Garcia (27-0, 16KO) weighed in at 139.75 lb., and Herrera was Herrera (20-3, 7KO) was 139.25 lb. The co-feature pits former sparring partners against one another in a 12-round heavyweight elimination bout.

Unbeaten knockout artist Deontay Wilder (30-0, 30KO) squares off versus Malik Scott. Wilder, the last American male boxer to capture an Olympic medal, weighed in at 227 lb. Scott, who showed up to the weigh-in with a bag over his head with the slogan "Get Ya Popcorn Ready", came in at 238 lb.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by -Kev- on 03-15-2014

Damn, Danny looks taller and will likely be bigger on fight night. But Herrera looks in great shape too.

Comment by ElCaneloAlvarez on 03-15-2014

Danny is jelly of Herrera's bulge.

Comment by Realizniguhnit on 03-15-2014

Danny probably told him he was too small :lol1:

Comment by Danieltapia on 03-15-2014

Danny by close but unanimous decision. Was hoping Angel would be at the weigh in to instigate.

Comment by Joe Grizzley on 03-15-2014

Whats up with the grainy as.s vids man? I'm signed in and got to sit through commercials too? Get these guys some frickin camera's that shoot in 720 or 1080 ffs.

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