The Fast and The Furious Official Weights and Pictures from Montreal Canada
By Rob Cruz
Fri, 14 Dec 2012
Montreal, Canada - The official weigh in took place early this afternoon at 9-4-10 Restaurant located inside the Bell Center in the heart of Downtown Montreal. Jean Pascal makes his return and fights in front of his hometown after a year and a half layoff . Pascal’s last fight was a rematch with the infamous Bernard Hopkins where the Montreal native lost his IBO and WBC light heavyweight titles.
Logan McGuinness puts up his NABA Super Featherweight title against Manuel Carlos Reyes. McGuinness expects his muscle bound opponent Reyes who is a shorter to try to impose his will on the inside due to his compact physique. The NABA Super Featherweight Champion states that he will execute his jabs to keep Reyes away at a distance and expects this fight as a tough fight.
The young Filipino Canadian Phenom Marc “Gwapo” Pagcaliwangan is scheduled to open up “The Fast and The Furious” against Richard Voros of Hungary. Pagcaliwangan made weight easily and in great condition for his fight against Voros.
Below are the official weights as registered by the Quebec Athletic Commission
Light Heavyweights - Jean Pascal 181.4 lbs vs. Aleksy Kuziemski 177.2 lbs
Middleweights - David Lemiex 160.8 lbs vs. Albert Ayrapetyan 160.4 lbs
Light Heavyweights - Eleider Alvarez 178.6 lbs vs. Daniel McIntosh 179.6lbs
Super Featherweight NABA Title Fight
Logan “Cotton” McGuinness 130 lbs vs. Manuel Carlos Reyes 129.8 lbs
Featherweights - Marc “Gwapo” Pagcaliwangan 122.4 lbs vs. Richard Voros 120.4lbs
Heavyweights - Oscar Rivas 237.6 lbs vs. Laszlo Peczeli 259.7 lbs
Light Heavyweights - Andrew Gardiner 174.2 lbs vs. Tibor Attila Nagy 172.8 lbs
Welterweights - Kevin Bizier 149.2 lbs vs. Doel Carrasquillo 150 lbs
Top photo: Jean Pascal (L) and Aleksy Kuziemski.
McGuinness and Reyes.
Pagcaliwangan and Boros.
Pagcaliwangan poses during the weighin.
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