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Photos/Weights: Rafael Marquez, Cristian Mijares Will War

By Rafael Soto

The weights are in for tomorrow's doublheader in Mexico. In the main event, former champions Rafael “Rafa” Márquez (41-7-0, 37 KO’s) and Cristian “Diamante” Mijares (46-6-2, 21 KO’s) will collide for the WBC silver super bantamweight crown at the Arena Cuidad de Mexico in Mexico City. In the televised co-feature, on TV Azteca, WB silver flyweight champion Edgar Sosa (46-7-0, 28 KO’s) will face Japanese boxer Myung Ho Lee (15-2-0, 5 KO’s).

FULL WEIGHTS AND PHOTOS

Rafa Márquez 122 lbs vs Cristian Mijares 122 lbs

Edgar Sosa 114 lbs Vs Myung Ho Lee 114 lbs

Rodolfo Quintanilla 142 lbs vs Angel Sariñana 141 lbs
Jose Pinzon 168 lbs Vs Cruz Flores 165.5 lbs
Armando Santos 118 lbs vs Antonio Chable 114.5 lbs
Isaac Torres 126 lbs vs Tomás Sierra 126 lbs
Javier Salinas 140 lbs vs Fernando González 141 lbs
José A. Valdez 112 Lbs vs Sergio Hernández 11.5 lbs

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by fraubau on 10-26-2012

that's one fine tecate girl. anyhows I won't be surprised if mijares takes out rafa.

Comment by elfag on 10-26-2012

marquez looks really drained, guy is shot

Comment by nycsmooth on 10-26-2012

2 over the hill guys that still should deliver a good bout of different styles, in the mex Arena, I beleive, used 4 pro wrestling, holds 18k, if they can get 7/8 k that's good...Sosa should wear the Korean out…

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