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Weights: Melligen vs Lujan, Cruz vs Carrasquillo, More

WEIGHTS FROM SAN ANTONIO
 
Here are the official weights for Top Rank's doubleheader in San Antonio on Friday night.

Both bouts will be on ESPN's Friday Night Fights. Mark Melligen, from Cebu, Philippines,
has been training for weeks in Las Vegas. Melligen has won five fights in a row. Bey,
from Cleveland, is managed by James Prince. Bey is a four-time amateur national and
has an amateur win over Brandon Rios, now a world lightweight champion.
 
Mark Melligen 149
Sebastian Lujan 146.5
 
Mickey Bey 133.25
Alejandro Rodriguez 132.75

Weights from Bethlehem, PA
 
Ronald Cruz 146     vs     Doel Carrasquillo 145 1/2
Cesar Gonzales 128     vs     Joshua Arocho 126
Grayson Blake 151     vs     Anthony Abrams 156
Omar Sims 166     vs     Rashad Brown 164 1/4
Bryne Green 132 1/2     vs     Eliud Torres 134
David Navarro 151 1/2     vs     Chris Plebani 145
Eric Newell 246 1/2     vs     John Mercurio **
William Miranda 222     vs     Zeferino Albino **
 
**Will weigh in Friday morning.

Venue:  Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem
Peltz Boxing Promotions, Inc.
Tickets $51 & $78
First fight 7.30pm

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