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Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury both almost 20lbs heavier than their first fight at weigh-in

Both Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury appear to be aiming for bulk and strength, showing up at their weigh-in significantly heavier than for their December 2018 bout

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Tyson Fury at the weigh-in (Mikey Williams/Top Rank)
Tyson Fury at the weigh-in (Mikey Williams/Top Rank)

Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury 2 weigh-in

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Tyson Fury 273 lbs vs. Deontay Wilder 231lbs
(Fury’s Lineal and Wilder’s WBC World Heavyweight Championship — 12 Rounds)

Charles Martin 254 lbs vs. Gerald Washington 236.5 lbs
(IBF Heavyweight World Title Eliminator— 12 Rounds)

Emanuel Navarrete 122 lbs vs. Jeo Santisima 122 lbs
(Navarrete’s WBO Junior Featherweight World Title — 12 Rounds)

Sebastian Fundora 153.5 lbs vs. Daniel Lewis 153 lbs
(Super Welterweight — 10 Rounds


Javier Molina 141.5 lbs vs. Amir Imam 141.5 lbs
(Super Lightweight — 10 Rounds)


Subriel Matias 142 lbs vs.Petros Ananyan 142 lbs
(Super Lightweight — 10 Rounds)

Matt Conway 132.5 lbs vs. Gabriel Flores Jr. 132.5 lbs
(Lightweight — 8 Rounds)


Vito Mielnicki, Jr. 147 lbs vs. Corey Champion 147 lbs
(Welterweight — 4 Rounds)

Alberto Guevara 126 lbs vs. Isaac Lowe 125.5 lbs
(Lowe’s WBC International Featherweight title — 10 Rounds)

 

Rolando Romero 137 lbs vs. Arturs Ahmetovs 136 lbs
(Lightweight — 8 Rounds)

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