Photos/Weights: Juan Diaz vs. Carlos Cardenas, More

The weights are in for Top Rank's televised card on Saturday night from the Laredo Energy Center in Laredo, Texas. The card, headlined by former undisputed lightweight champion Juan Diaz, will be televised as part of the latest edition of Solo Boxeo Tecate on Unimas. Photos by Ruben Cortez/Top Rank Inc.


Juan Diaz 135.5, Carlos Cardenas 136

Casey Ramos 134, Angel Hernandez 131.5

Alex Saucedo 144, Gary Beregeron 144.5

Brad Soloman 148.5, Freddy Hernandez 149.5

Egor Mekhonteev, 174.8, Samuel Miller 174.6

Ivan Najera 138, Luis Cervantes 136 (Najera must lose 2 pounds)

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by BaDaBiNgVIP on 09-06-2014

baby b obviously doesnt hit the weights. i bet sparring and cardio is his training. dont need to look like a body builder to be a champ again. war torito

Comment by keyz3r0 on 09-05-2014

Is it just me or doesn't it seem like baby bull Diaz just fought like 3 days ago.

Comment by Bajingo on 09-05-2014

crazy how diaz obviously trains hard but still can't lose those breasts.

Comment by LouIE G on 09-05-2014

[QUOTE=Golovkin;14915891]DAMNN didn't know Baby Bull was fighting this weekend. WAR DIAZ!!!![/QUOTE] The baby bull just cant get a ripped body but man this guy could fight... cardenas is 21-8 with 14 ko's so he can bang.. he looks in great…

Comment by G G G on 09-05-2014

DAMNN didn't know Baby Bull was fighting this weekend. WAR DIAZ!!!!

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