Advertisement
Advertisement

Weights: Canelo Alvarez at 155, Alfredo Angulo 154.5

By Rick Reeno

MGM Grand, Las Vegas - The weights are in for Saturday's Showtime Pay-Per-View card, where former WBC/WBA junior middleweight champion Saul "Canelo" Alvarez (42-1-1, 30KOs) will face Alfredo Angulo (22-3, 18KOs) in the main event.

Canelo weighed in at 155-pounds, while Angulo was 154.5. It was announced by Jimmy Lennon Jr. that both fighters were allowed to weigh in at a max of 155.

WBC super bantamweight champion Leo Santa Cruz was 122-pounds, and former two-division champion/mandatory challenger Cristian Mijares was also 122-pounds.

In a lightweight battle for the vacant WBC International title, Sergio "Yeyo" Thompson weighed in at 135-pounds, and Ricardo Alvarez was also 135.

In a WBC lightweight eliminator, former champion Jorge Linares came in at 134.5,  and Nihito Arikawa was also 134.5-pounds.

Tags:
User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Light_Speed on 03-08-2014

[QUOTE=fladz;14304245]So has he been stripped of his titles like Salido last weekend? Of course he fking hasn't.[/QUOTE] [QUOTE=NearHypnos;14304363]What titles? Lol[/QUOTE] :lol1::lol1: These fools type **** without thinking.

Comment by hitking on 03-08-2014

[QUOTE=boxingfeind;14303704]Canelo made 152 because after the Trout fight,he stayed in shape by not letting himself get fat,and went right into training for the Floyd fight.Right after the Mayweather fight,Canelo let himself go by letting himself get fat.That is why he…

Comment by MindBat on 03-08-2014

If Angulo brings the pop, carrot top might be in for a short night. Go Carrot Top. .

Comment by NearHypnos on 03-08-2014

[QUOTE=fladz;14304245]So has he been stripped of his titles like Salido last weekend? Of course he fking hasn't.[/QUOTE] What titles? Lol

Comment by fladz on 03-08-2014

So has he been stripped of his titles like Salido last weekend? Of course he fking hasn't.

Post a Comment - View More User Comments (122)
Top Headlines Arum: Ramirez Confident of What He Can Do Against Golovkin Frank Warren To Hearn: Joshua is Number 1? Let Him Prove It! Daily Bread Mailbag: Danny Garcia, Lomachenko, Thurman, More Semajay Thomas Embraces How Boxing Changed His Life Yodmongkol Vor Saengthep Easily Stops Outmatched Opponent Parker: Soon Joshua's Confidence Will Be Tested Against Me Golovkin's Coach: We Never Asked Andre Ward For 164 Weight George Groves Entering Last-Chance Saloon Against Murray LaRon Mitchell Stops Epifanio Mendoza in Three Rounds Keith Thurman-Shawn Porter: Pre-Fight Report Card Ricardo Rodriguez Beats David Quijano in Boxeo Telemundo Canelo's Manager Taking Smith Serious, Expects Dangerous Fight Photos: Vargas Rubs Shoulders With Mayweather at BWAA Awards Canelo's Manager To Critics: We're Back To Our Natural Weight! Kenny Porter Not Concerned With Layoff as Thurman Shot Nears Arum: Thurman-Porter is Good Fight, Hope it Gets Good Rating Thurman Reflects on His Long Journey, Lessons Along The Way Video: Jessie Vargas Talks Kell Brook, Thurman vs. Porter Photos/Weights: PBC on NBCSN - Justin DeLoach-Junior Castillo Photos: Mike Alvarado vs. Josh Torres, Korobov-Vera Weighin DiBella Breaks Down Thurman-Porter, Isn't Sure Who Wins Povetkin, Ryabinsky To Hold Meeting With WBC Next Week Liam Smith: I Will Shake Up The World When I Beat Canelo Groves Explains His Version of Events in Golovkin Sparring Tale Photos: Keith Thurman, Shawn Porter Ready For Barclays War Weights from Brooklyn: Porter Strips to 147, Thurman at 146 Liam Smith vs. Canelo Alvarez - Fight Poster Revealed Canelo Alvarez vs. Liam Smith Finalized at 154, 9/17 on PPV Fury To Klitschko: I'm Hitler? You Stupid F***ing Ukrainian Pr*ck! Golden Boy VP Reacts To Arum, Insists Pacquiao vs. Broner is On! Video: Sky Sports Crew Discuss Klitschko vs. Fury Postponement Video: Joshua-Breazeale, Groves-Murray, Eubank-Doran Weighin Jason Sosa Drills Javier Fortuna in Eleventh, Grabs WBA Title Eubank Jr: I Didn't Want To Take Off Underwear, Scare Everyone Photos: Anthony Joshua, Dominic Breazeale Ready For Battle Felix Diaz-Levan Ghvamichava Tops PBC on FS1, July 12 Photo: Tyson Fury's Badly Bruised, Sprained Ankle Injury Felix Verdejo-Jose Felix Likely For October - If Pacquiao Returns Fury Rolls Ankle, July 9 Klitschko Rematch Postponed Thurman Warns: Stop Protecting Your Record Like Mayweather!
Advertisement

Latest Active Forum Threads
Advertisement
Advertisement