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Weights: Miguel Cotto 154-Pounds, Ricardo Mayorga 154

By Rick Reeno

MGM Grand, Las Vegas - Ricardo Mayorga (29-7, 23KOs) was the first to get on the scale and he appeared to be in the best shape of his career. He weighed 154-pounds on the limit. WBA junior middleweight champion Miguel Cotto (35-2, 28KOs) was up next, and he also weighed 154-pounds. There was no face-off.

In a fight scheduled for four rounds, Tommy Z (1-0, 1KOs) came in at a very ready 193-pounds. The opponent, possible grasped at the last minute, was Richard Bryant (1-2, 1KOs), who came in at 225-pounds.

In a junior welterweight contest, scheduled for ten rounds, Pawel Wolak was (28-1, 18KOs) was the first to weigh in, coming in at 154-pounds on the limit. Former WBA champion Yuri Foreman (28-1, 8KOs) was very trim at 155-pounds. Foreman was a pound over the limit, with no secondary weigh-in being announced, which indicates the fight contract allowed a pound over the limit.
 

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by FloydTBE on 03-11-2011

cotto had to leave their. ,ayorga is gettin hurt tomorow

Comment by ELPERRO on 03-11-2011

IT'S ON BABY!!!!!! well i really don't care who wins i'll be watchin' the sergio martinez bout.

Comment by danny711 on 03-11-2011

[quote=ИATAS206;10218850]was that a rose mayorga was trying to give to cotto? cotto bolted out of there. I know miguel is not trying to give mayorga anything by playing his games, but I was hoping for some drama[/quote] Maybe Cotto was…

Comment by PRBOXINGCOTTO on 03-11-2011

Cotto will destroy this clown warrrr cotto

Comment by BesWorldChamp on 03-11-2011

Richard Bryant probably had a 4-training camp and he's ready to go for his fourth professional fight lol.

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