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Weights: David Tua in Top Form, Drop 110-Pounds

David Tua's heavyweight bout against Alexander Ustinov is living up to its moniker. Billed as 'David versus Goliath', Tua is giving away a weight advantage of more than 25 kgs [55.1-pounds] to the seven foot Belarussian. Tua's weighed in at 107.5 kgs [236.9-pounds], compared to Ustinov's 132.9 [293-pounds] for tomorrow night's bout in Hamilton. Tua shocked a lot of press members and those in Ustinov's camp. The last time they held a press several months ago, Tua was very overweight, but at today's weigh the boxer was in top form. He is reported to have lost around 50 kgs [110-pounds] for the fight.

Tua appeared to be in his best shape since blowing out Shane Cameron in two rounds back in October of 2009.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by GoldenGloveLove on 11-16-2013

[QUOTE=hougigo;13931274]Coming off a 2 year layoff where he retired after his loss[/QUOTE] He'd have to be retired for ten years, 8 feet tall and have a hormonal disorder for 110 pounds not to be flat out stupid. Let's be honest.…

Comment by Tobi.G on 11-16-2013

Im looking for a free stream for the Tua-fight! Can someone send me a message???

Comment by Chex31 on 11-15-2013

Dude put in some serious work! War Tua!

Comment by Pound4PoundStud on 11-15-2013

It's all positive for Tua right now but looks don't win fights, so we'll see tomorrow but hopefully he can reproduce at least 75% of his old form. If he does he will be very exciting to watch.

Comment by Hayehammer on 11-15-2013

I guess the rumours were right that if tua wins agaisnt ustinov he will get a klitschko! good luck to him hes gonna need it even in shape

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