By Jake Donovan
Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. and Brian Vera both came within the modified 173 lb. catchweight for their main event Saturday evening in Carson, California.
Chavez Jr. tipped the scales at 172.4 lb; Vera was slightly lighter at 171.2 lb.
Julio Cesar Chavez, Jr., 172.4 lb vs. Brian Vera, 171.2 lb - 10 rounds, light heavyweight
Jose Felix Jr., 132.6 lb vs. Joseph Laryea, 129.6 lb - 10 rounds, lightweight
Diego Magdaleno, 131.8 lb vs. Edgar Riovalle, 132 lb - 10 rounds, lightweight
Karim Mayfield, 144 lb vs. Christopher Fernandez, 144.8 lb - 8 rounds, super lightweight
Daniel Sandoval, 155 lb vs. Richard Gutierrez, 152 lb - 8 rounds, welterweight
Gabino Saenz, 127.6 lb vs. Dominic Coca, 128.6 lb - 6 rounds, super welterweight
Oscar Valdez, 127.4 lb vs. Jose Morales, 128 lb - 6 rounds, featherweight
Matt Korobov, 161.4 lb vs. Grady Brewer, 160 lb - 8 rounds, middleweight
Jose Ramirez, 141.4 lb vs. Daniel Calzada, 141 lb - 4/6 rounds, super lightweight
Jake Donovan is the Managing Editor of Boxingscene.com, as well as the Records Keeper for the Transnational Boxing Ratings Board and a member of Boxing Writers Association of America. Twitter: @JakeNDaBox
Tags: Julio Cesar Chavez Jr , Diego Magdaleno , HBO , Top Rank , Brian Vera , Karim Mayfield , Matt Korobov , Grady Brewer , Jose Ramirez , Oscar Valdez , Jose Felix , Daniel Sandoval , Chavez vs. Vera