Jermall Charlo arrives at the weigh-in almost half a pound up for a fight with Macías Montiel


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Jermall charlo came to the weigh-in with almost a half pound too much, for his next fight Juan Macías Montiel.

Curiously, Charlo marked 160.4 pounds on the scale, when the due weight was limited to 160. For his part, Montiel He complied with what was agreed, and the numbers indicated 159.5.

The American has two hours to reach the indicated kilogram. Otherwise, the fight will be held the same, but he will be stripped of his middle belt from the World Boxing Council.

The bets show a crushing difference of 33-1 in favor of the undefeated, over the fourth classified in the ranking CMB.

Jermall He will seek to extend his unbreakable record of 31-0, and he knows of the danger of the Mexican, so he predicts a great fight.

“These will be fireworks. This is going to be a fight. I come to put on a good show in front of my city. Get ready to tune in, “said the champion.

“There is no way I will let Montiel take nothing from me. I know Montiel will bring a great challenge and will try to knock me out, but I will be prepared, ”continued the 31-year-old boxer.

At the end of the face, Hit man had a rather funny outburst, referring to the need to lose grams.

“Let me go shit!” Exclaimed the Richmond, Texas native.

Cruz and Vargas also had their weigh-in, for the evening of Jermall Charlo and Montiel

Isaac Cruz reached 133 pounds for his 10-round fight in the lightweight category, against his compatriot Francisco Vargas, who gave 134.

What’s more, TOAngelo Leo it hit the scale exactly at the contracted limit of 122 pounds. All of this, for his 10-round fight against Aaron Alameda, who officially weighed 123.8.

This series of combats will take place next Saturday, at the Toyota Center in Houston, with transmission of Showtime.


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