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Photos: Brandon Rios, Ramon Alvarez - Ready For War in Kansas

MULVANE, KANSAS - A day ahead of Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller vs. Bogdan Dinu, fans gathered at the Kansas Star Casino for the official weigh-in. All fighters participating in the event on Saturday, Nov. 17, were in attendance and tipped the scales at the weights listed below. (photos by Ed Mulholland).

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Saturday’s event will stream exclusively on DAZN, with coverage beginning at 6 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. CT and the main card starting at 9 p.m. ET / 8 p.m. CT.

12-round Heavyweight Bout

Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller  vs.  Bogdan Dinu

 (Brooklyn)                                    (Bucharest)

 315.4 lbs.                                        237.4 lbs.

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10-round World Female Middleweight Title Bout @ 160 lbs.

Claressa Shields    vs.   Hannah Rankin

  (Flint)                                 (Glascow)

 159.6 lbs.                             158.6 lbs.

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12-round Super Welterweight Bout @ 151 lbs. (catch-weight)

Brandon Rios    vs.    Ramon Alvarez

  (Oxnard)                       (Guadalajara)

  151.4 lbs.                          151.4 lbs.

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12-round Middleweight Bout @ 160 lbs.

Luis Arias     vs.      Gabriel Rosado

 (Milwaukee)               (Philadelphia)

   159.4 lbs.                    158.2 lbs.

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8-round Flyweight Bout @ 112 lbs.

Nico Hernandez vs.     Josue Morales

     (Wichita)                       (Houston)

      112.4 lbs.                      113 lbs.

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Claressa Shields is aiming for a punishing win over Hannah Rankin at the Kansas Star Arena in Mulvane KS, on Saturday night, live on DAZN – to continue her destructive path to being the undisputed World Middleweight champion.

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Brooklyn’s Heavyweight star Jarrell Miller meets fellow unbeaten big-hitter Bogdan Dinu in a crunch clash at the top level of the division.

Middleweight contenders Luis Arias and Gabriel Rosado clash in what promises to be a real war as the pair look to gatecrash the lucrative top table, and there’s an all-Mexican clash and a homecoming for Brandon Rios against Ramon Alvarez, brother of ‘Canelo’’, as both men look to make a splash at Welterweight.

Team USA 2016 Olympic bronze medal man Nico Hernandez has raced to 5-0 (4KOs) – the Wichita talent fights for the third time in the Kansas Star Casino and Arena since debuting there in March 2017, unbeaten Wichita Super-Middleweight and police officer Manny Thompson looks to improve his 7-0 record and Las Vegas’ Jeremy Nichols meets Wichita’s Jeremiah Page at Middleweight.

Unbeaten Light-Heavyweight contender Anthony Sims Jr. and Brooklyn’s exciting newcomer to the Middleweight scene Nikita Ababiy, fresh from a first round KO on debut in Chicago earlier in the month are also in action.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Joey_Torreo on 11-16-2018

[QUOTE=Boxfan83;19277296]Rios looks weight drained at Jr.MW[/QUOTE] His face looks drained but is flabby around the waste to me

Comment by lion33lit on 11-16-2018

Aside from his cool looking tattoos, Rios doesn't look particularly fit or ready to do much damage. And he sure doesnt need anymore free shots to his head.

Comment by Roadblock on 11-16-2018

[QUOTE=Bronx23;19277282]Somebody needs to tell Rios to wipe that sh+t stain off his chin[/QUOTE] Yeah looks stupid.

Comment by bryanj23 on 11-16-2018

He does. Major

Comment by bryanj23 on 11-16-2018

Rios doesn't look right. He needs to hire a chef

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