WBC Super Middleweight World Champion David Benavidez missed weight on Friday at the official weigh-in for Saturday’s SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING tripleheader, losing his world title belt on the scale.
Benavidez will face world title challenger Alexis Angulo in the main event as planned. Angulo can earn the WBC 168-pound title with a win. All other fighters on the card made weight. Final weights, photos and officials are below. (Amanda Westcott/SHOWTIME)
WBC Super Middleweight World Championship – 12 Rounds
David Benavidez – 170¾ lbs.
Alexis Angulo – 167½ lbs.
Referee: John Callas (West Hartford (Union, N.J.); Judges: John McKaie (Flushing, N.Y.), Chris Migliore (Las Vegas), Don Ackerman (West Oneida, N.Y.)
WBA Lightweight Interim Title – 12 Rounds
Rolando Romero – 134¾ lbs.
Jackson Marinez – 135 lbs.
Referee: Harvey Dock-Union (Union, N.J.); Judges: Glenn Feldman (Avon, Conn.), Frank Lombardi (Brookfield, Conn.), Don Trella (Noank, Conn.)
Heavyweight Bout – 10 Rounds
Otto Wallin – 241¾ lbs.
Travis Kauffman – 234¼ lbs.
Referee: Michael Ortega (East Haven, Conn.); Judges: John McKaie (Flushing, N.Y.), Chris Migliore (Las Vegas), Don Trella (Noank, Conn.)