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Video: Anthony Joshua, Matthew Macklin Ready for Battle

Anthony Joshua weighed in at nearly a stone heavier than Raphael Zumbano Love ahead of their fight on Saturday night. Joshua tipped the scales at 17st 10lbs and his Brazilian opponent at 16st 12lbs.for their heavyweight bout in Birmingham, live on Sky Sports 2 HD on Saturday night.

Welterweight Sam Eggington was 10st 6lbs with opponent Joseph Lamptey coming in at 10st 4lbs. Matthew Macklin made the middleweight limit by weighing 11st 11lbs opposite Sandor Micsko who was 11st 4lbs.

At 9st 11lbs, lightweight Luke Campbell was a pound heavier than Aboubeker Bechelaghem while Kal Yafai and his flyweight opponent Isaac Quafe weighed 8st 4oz.

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Comment by Citizen Koba on 05-08-2015

Don't like to be picky but... "Matthew Macklin made the Middleweight limit by weighing [B]11st 11lbs[/B].. ". Erm..?:thinking:

Comment by Tom Cruise on 05-08-2015

248lbs :?!: This guy just keeps getting heavier and staying completely ripped. He doesnt do himself any favours in terms of PED suspicions :lol1: I hope him and his know what they are doing and he still have stamina for…

Comment by SP4RTICUS on 05-08-2015

Hopefully Love doesn't fall unconscious before he enters the ring. Josh really needs to step it up.

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