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SUPERFLYS MAKE WEIGHT IN CARSON (PHOTOS)

By Dong Secuya
PhilBoxing.com
09 Sep 2017



All participants in the SUPERFLY super matchups made weights today during the official weighin for Saturday's blockbuster card at the StubHub Center in Carson, California.

RUNGVISAI - 115 LBS., GONZALEZ - 114.8 LBS.

In the main event for the WBC world super flyweight championship, Thailand's Srisaket Sor Rungvisai (43-4-1, 39KOs) stepped the scales at the superfly limit of 115 lbs while Roman Gonzalez (46-1, 38KOs) of Nicaragua came in at 114.8 lbs. Rungvisai will defend the title he took from Gonzalez who was then the consensus world's top pound for pound fighter during their first meeting at New York's Madison Square Garden last March 18 winning by majority decision.

Photos by Jhay Otamias / PhilBoxing.com.


Thailand's Srisaket Sor Rungvisai (L) and Nicaragua's Roman 'Chocolaito' Gonzalez.


Japan's Naoya Inoue (L) and Cleveland's Antonio Nieves.

INOUE - 115 LBS., NIEVES - 113.8 LBS.

In the co-feature for the WBO world super flyweight championship, defending champ Naoya Inoue (13-0-0, 11KOs) of Japan weighed in exactly at the division limit of 115 lbs while his challenger Antonio Nieves (17-1-2, 9 KOs) of Cleveland, Ohio came in at 113.8 lbs. Inoue, called 'The Monster' is fighting in the US for the first time and if he defeats Nieves, the No. 7 contender, he could potentially face the winner of the Rungvisai-Gonzalez bout for a unification.


Carlos Cuadras (L) and Juan Francisco Estrada.

CUADRAS - 114.6 LBS., ESTRADA - 114.8 LBS.

In another co-feature for the WBC world superfly title eliminator, No. 2 ranked Carlos Cuadras (36-1-1, 27 KOs) scaled at 114.6 lbs while No. 3 ranked Juan Francisco Estrada (35-2, 25KOs) came in at 114.8 lbs. Cuadras held the WBC superfly title since 2014 until he lost it to Roman Gonzalez last year. Estrada previously held the WBO and WBA flyweight titles before relinquishing them to campaign in the super flyweight division.


Brian Viloria (L) and Miguel Cartagena.

VILORIA - 113.4 LBS., CARTAGENA - 113.6 LBS

Comebacking Filpino-American Brian Viloria (37-5-0, 23KOs) weighed in at 113.4 lbs while his opponent Miguel Cartagena (15-3-1, 6KOs) of Philadelphia came in at 113.6 lbs. Viloria, 36, who previously held titles in the light flyweight and flyweight divisions, will try to score an impressive win against Cartagena to be in the mix again for the world title matchups.



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