By Elliot Foster
Tony Bellew and David Haye hit the scales on Friday ahead of their rematch this weekend.
The pair meet in a return showdown on Saturday, 14 months after their first outing.
Bellew stopped Haye in the penultimate of 12 rounds last March, exclusively live on Sky Sports Box Office.
And the former WBC cruiserweight world champion, who shoved Haye at the final press conference earlier in the week, will be hoping for a repeat performance at the O2 Arena.
Haye came in at 15st 10lbs and 2oz [220.2-pounds], lighter than the first fight, while ‘Bomber’ tipped the scales at 15st and 4oz [210.4-pounds].
The pair traded verbals at the head-to-head after they had weighed in and ring walks are expected between 10:15pm and 11pm, according to those at Sky Sports, depending on how the rest of the card goes.
Martin Joseph Ward defends his European and Commonwealth super-featherweight titles against WBA International champion James Tennyson, with the pair coming in inside the 130lb limit.
John Ryder and Jamie Cox meet in an intriguing super-middleweight showdown and Joe Joyce, who looked good on the scales, challenges Lenroy Thomas for the heavyweight championship of the Commonwealth.
The remainder of the undercard, including 2012 Olympic gold medallist Luke Campbell and 2016 bronze medallist Joshua Buatsi, also stepped on the scales ahead of their fights against respective opposition.