By Jake Donovan

High-powered adviser Al Haymon is going all in for the inaugural episode of Premier Boxing Champions, which debuts Saturday night at MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada. Photos by Naoki Fukada.

The show airs live on NBC, marking the first time in nearly 30 years that boxing will be featured live in primetime on network television.

Headlining the show, Keith Thurman puts his unbeaten record on the line as he faces Robert Guerrero in a 12-round crossroads welterweight matchup. Both fighters came in exactly at the 147 lb. limit.

In the co-feature, Adrien Broner faces John Molina in a bout that is to be contested at the 140 lb. limit. Broner came in at 141 lbs. during Friday's official weigh-in. Molina tipped the scales right at 140 lbs.

According to NBC Sports Network—which is televising the weigh-in live, as well as online—Broner will be fined by the Nevada State Athletic Commission if he is unable to shed the extra weight. However, the commission announced following the weigh-in that both fighters were permitted +/- 1 lb. since it's a non-title fight.

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