British heavyweight boxer Hughie Fury tipped the scales at 16 stone 12lbs (107KG, 235.8-pounds) ahead of his highly anticipated IBF heavyweight final eliminator against Kubrat Pulev this weekend.
The 24-year-old weighed in 4lbs lighter than his opponent, with Pulev registering 17 stone 2lbs (109 KG, 240.3-pounds) in weight.
The heavyweight duo will battle it out at the Arena Armeec in Sofia, Bulgaria on Saturday night, live on free to air Channel 5 from 9pm. The winner will earn the right to challenge Anthony Joshua for his heavyweight world title.
Also weighing in for the Saturday's event was Hartlepool’s Savannah Marshall, who takes on Argentina's Yanina Orozco. The 27-year-old weighed in at 11 stone 10lbs. Orozco weighed 11 stone 7lbs.
Hughie said: "It's been a hard, hard training camp but I feel good. I feel ten times stronger now than I have in the build-up to previous fights. Now I just want to get in the ring and get the job done."
Savannah said: "I'm focused and raring to go. I can't wait to get in the ring and show everyone what I can do. This is a big opportunity for me, fighting for a title. Winning here would be incredibly special."