Heavyweights BJ Flores and Trevor Bryan will compete tomorrow night for the World Boxing Association (WBA) "interim" world title in Saturday's top bout at the "Celebrity Theater" in Phoenix, Arizona.

Both fighters participated this Friday in the official weighin ceremony, which was overseen by Panama's WBA leader, José Oliver Gómez . 

Bryan registered at 236.8 pounds and Flores at 226.8 pounds.

If the Flores vs. Bryan concludes this Saturday with a winner, the WBA will have three consecutive heavyweight world champions, including the German Manuel Charr, who is the "regular" world champion of the WBA and unified king Anthony Joshua, who is the "super" world champion of the WBA.


Trevor Bryan (19-0 and 13 KOs), 28 years old, will reach the title fight, after stopping Francois Russell in the third round last December. Bryan is being pushed as the next big thing by his famous promoter, Don King.

BJ Flores (34-3-1 and 21 KOs) saw action for the last time in June of last year, when he beat, by unanimous decision, Nick Guivas.