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Photos: Chemito Moreno, Lorenzo Parra Face To Face

By Hilmar Rojas

Panama - On Monday afternoon, a medical review of the boxers was held for Friday's fights at the Arena Roberto Duran, where the Venezuelan Lorenzo "Lencho" Parra will challenge WBA bantamweight champion Anselmo "Chemito" Moreno. The challenger was exactly 119 pounds, with 110/60 strain, and 60 pulses, while the champion weighed 122 pounds with 110/60 and 60 respectively.

For its part, Johan Perez, who will face Panamanian Alberto Mosquera in an elimination bout at 140 pounds. Perez was 141 pounds, with 120/80, with 62 strokes, while the third ranked of the WBA was 143, 110/60 of 58 beats.

Pablo Vasquez was 156 pounds and his opponent, Colombian Segundo Herrera was on weight.

Vicente Mosquera was 156 pounds and Jose Miranda 153, Irving Berry scored 133 pounds, and Julio Camano was 136. Charlie Navarro was weighed and passed the review.

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[QUOTE=BIGPOPPAPUMP;10689805]Panama - On Monday afternoon, a medical review of the boxers was held for Friday's fights at the Arena Roberto Duran, where the Venezuelan Lorenzo "Lencho" Parra will challenge WBA bantamweight champion Anselmo "Chemito" Moreno. The challenger was exactly 119…

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