Advertisement
Advertisement
Boxingscene.com

Photos/Weights: Chavez Jr. 160, Sebastian Zbik 158.8

By Ryan Burton & Ernest Gabion

The weights are in for Saturday's big fight at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. The "Son of a Legend" Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. challenges Sebastian Zbik for the WBC middleweight title. Chavez came in at an even 160-pounds, while the champion was 158.8. Both of them looked in great shape. Photos by Chris Farina/Top Rank.

In a featherweight clash, Rafael Guzman was 125.8, while unbeaten Mikey Garcia was 127-pounds [contract weight was 127].

A battle for the WBC silver junior middleweight title, with Vanes Martirosyan coming in at 153.4, while Saul Roman was 153-pounds even.

The females took to the scale. Dakota Stone was 149-pounds, while female boxing legand Christy Martin was 149.8-pounds.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by B.U.R.N.E.R on 06-04-2011

Jr is HUGE. This kid wont even be at 160 long.

Comment by Pinoy4ever on 06-04-2011

go chavez jr

Comment by Outworn on 06-04-2011

JCC Jr looks much bigger than Zbik. He has no excuse not to win by KO/TKO.

Comment by KeepOnPushing on 06-03-2011

long term Chavez Jr. Will Struggle to even stay at 160

Comment by Medved on 06-03-2011

Nice Pedro Stash bro. [IMG]http://www.boxingscene.com/uploads/39922/Garcia_Guzman_weighin_110603_001a.jpg[/IMG]

Post a Comment - View More User Comments (45)
Top Headlines Barthelemy Could See Pacquiao Stopping Broner in Six Rounds Hearn: Deontay Wilder Not a PPV Star; Talks With His Team Better Jacobs: I'll Move Up To 168 To Fight Canelo; Doesn't Matter To Me Whyte Brushes Off Joshua's Prediction of Chisora Victory Warrington: I Don't View Frampton as Elite, Has Weaknesses Martin Murray Does Not Plan To Rebuild Again if He Loses Povetkin Interested in Facing Whyte or Chisora in 2019 De La Hoya: Canelo Must KO Golovkin in Trilogy, No Decision David Price is Desperate To Taste Victory Again Jermell Charlo Preps For Harrison With a Brooklyn State of Mind De La Hoya: Canelo's KO Opens Doors To New Opponents At 168 Referee Having Sleepless Nights Over Stevenson Outcome David Lemieux Will Fight Next at 168-Pounds, Says Estephan Photos: Manny Pacquiao Celebrates, Throws 40th Birthday Bash David Benavidez: I'm Hungrier Than Ever, More Motivated Dana White Reacts To De La Hoya's Challenge To Fight on May 4 Badou Jack vs. Marcus Browne Finalized For Pacquiao-Broner Photos: Pacquiao, Birthday Aside, Putting in Work For Broner Claressa Shields - BWAA's 2018 Female Fighter of the Year Joshua-Miller At MSG Could Bring Khan-Brook To Wembley 4/13 Korobov: Charlo Just Saying It, He Should Prove It In The Ring Anthony Joshua Backs Dereck Chisora To 'Whoop' Dillian Whyte News: Lolenga Mock, Shohjahon Ergashev, Frampton-Warrington Jon Fernandez Bounces Back With TKO Win in Ponferrada, Spain Jaime Munguia vs. Takeshi Inoue - Undercard is Revealed WBC To Fully Investigate Monroe's Use of Testosterone Booster Jermall Charlo vs. Matt Korobov Set Down, Monroe Out Harrison Says Stamina Issues Are Solved as Charlo Fight Nears Wilder: Joshua Skipped Fury Fight To Avoid 'Hard Questions' Jermall Charlo: Canelo is Scared. Where Are You At, Cinnamon? Sulaiman: I'm Certain Joshua Will Eventually Fight For WBC Title Lamont Roach Ready For Title Shot After Beating Mercado Rances Barthelemy Feels Rejuvenated Under Joel Casamayor Joseph Parker: We Wanted To End The Year With a Bang Canelo Could Headline in Mexico in 2019, Says De La Hoya Saunders Credits Tyson Fury With Getting Him Back on Track The Night Canelo and DAZN Took Over New York Joshua: I'm Hungry To Be Undisputed - So I am Begging Wilder Jarrell Miller: Sooner or Later, I'll Punch Joshua in The Face Farmer: Time For Gervonta To Get Active - Then Come See Me
Advertisement

Latest Active Forum Threads
Advertisement
Advertisement