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Weights: Manny Pacquiao 147, Juan Manuel Marquez 143

MGM Grand, Las Vegas - For the fourth, and most hope the final time, Manny Pacquiao (54-4-2, 38KOs) and Juan Manuel Marquez (54-6-1, 39KOs) weighed in for battle. Marquez, who was muscular and ripped, came in at 143-pounds.Pacquiao stepped in the scale, also in fantastic shape, and came in at 147-pounds.

In a bout for the WBA's interim-super featherweight title, Yuriorkis Gamboa (21-0, 16KOs) was 130-pounds at the limit, which Michael Farenas (34-3-4, 26KOs) matched with his own trip to the scale.

For the IBF's lightweight crown, the champion Miguel Vazquez (32-3, 13KOs) came in at 135-pounds. The challenger, Mercito Gesta (26-0, 14KOs) was a pound under at 134.

In a bout for the WBA's interim-world featherweight title, Patrick Hyland (27-0, 12KOs) came in at 126-pounds, while Javier Fortuna was also at the division limit of 126. After a brief staredown, the two boxers nearly went at it after Hyland butted heads with Fortuna, who responded with a push, and the boxers were pulled apart.

MORE WEIGHTS

Dodie Boy Penalosa (9-0, 9KOs) - 123.5
Jesus Lule (6-4, 1KO) - 124

Jose Ramirez - 137 for his pro debut
Corey Seigwarth (2-1, 1KO) - 136

Coy Evans (10-1-1, 2KOs) - 126.5
Ernie Sanchez (13-3, 5KOs) - 127

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Undefeated on 12-09-2012

[quote=undefeated;12780556]lol. People think marquez is going to be slow. This is funny. You people know **** of circuit/strength training. Yea he built muscles, it doesn't mean he will gas out and be slower. You people are idiots. This is why…

Comment by jaestix1 on 12-08-2012

[QUOTE=littlemac;12782410]bwahahaha...I stop reading right there. Pac[B]t[/B]urds will never admit Pac to be the bigger man even thought the scale says otherwise. Turds down playing Manny's weight advantage while up playing Pac's opponents weight:rofl:[/QUOTE] Those PACidiots are something else......PAC weights more…

Comment by littlemac on 12-08-2012

[QUOTE=Ray Corso;12782279]No excuses, [B]no weight advantages at all![/B] Two men who are [U]REAL[/U] pro fighters who don't cheat the paying public! They come to the ring in shape and primed to WIN! Wear and tear and age and all that…

Comment by fabie on 12-08-2012

[QUOTE=Ray Corso;12782279]No excuses, no weight advantages at all! Two men who are [U]REAL[/U] pro fighters who don't cheat the paying public! They come to the ring in shape and primed to WIN! Wear and tear and age and all that…

Comment by Ray Corso on 12-08-2012

No excuses, no weight advantages at all! Two men who are [U]REAL[/U] pro fighters who don't cheat the paying public! They come to the ring in shape and primed to WIN! Wear and tear and age and all that crap…

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