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Edwin Rodriguez-Michael Seals, Thomas Williams-Humberto Savigne weigh-in results

Edwin “La Bomba” Rodriguez (27-1, 18 KOs)and Michael Seals (19-0, 14 KOs) fight tonight on Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) on Spike taking from Beau Rivage Resort & Casino in Biloxi, Mississippi. The night of action starts at 9 p.m. ET/PT with Thomas “Top Dog” Williams (18-1, 12 KOs) and Humberto Savigne (12-2, 9 KOs) in a light heavyweight clash. Find the full weigh-in results here.

Edwin Rodriguez vs. Michael Seals
Worcester, MA Atlanta, GA
27-1, 18 KOs 19-0, 14 KOs
175 lbs. 174.4 lbs.
Thomas Williams, Jr. vs. Humberto Savigne
Fort Washington, MD Miami, FL
18-1, 12 KOs 12-2, 9 KOs
174.6 lbs. 175 lbs.
Bryant Perrella vs. Chaquib Fadli
Fort Myers, FL Clermont, France
11-0, 10 KOs 13-5, 7 KOs
146.8 lbs. 145.8 lbs.
Fernando Guerrero vs. Daniel Souza Santos
Salisbury, MD San Paulo, Brazil
27-3, 19 KOs 14-8, 11 KOs
156.8 lbs. 156.2 lbs.
Alantez Fox vs. Todd Manuel
Forestville, MD Crowley, LA
17-0-1, 6 KOs 10-9-1, 1 KOs
160.4 lbs. 160.2 lbs.
Nicholas Givhan vs. Juan Santiago
Kalamazoo, MI Denver, Co
15-0-1, 10 KOs 15-14-2, 9 KOs
141.8 lbs. 140.6 lbs.
Radivoje Kalajdzic vs. Fabio Garrido
Saint Petersburg, FL Sao Paulo, Brazil
20-0, 13 KOs 28-4-1, 23 KOs
183.8 lbs. 188.8 lbs.
Darwin Price vs. Alvaro Ortiz
Houston, TX Ciudad, Mexico
8-0, 5 KOs 7-5, 5 KOs
139.2 lbs. 138 lbs.


“This guy [Michael Seals] is undefeated. That’s one challenge. His mentality. He doesn’t know how to lose. I need to come out and convince him that he can. That’s the first battle. You need to convince them, it’s time for you to lose now, I’m better than you.

“He has a good jab and good power. I need to be aware that he can punch.

“I have a nutritionist that I see every three weeks. I couldn’t make weight when I was going to fight Andre Ward. Making weight takes a lot of dedication.

“Going into my fight with Andre Ward, my mentality was changed. You already lost to the scale before you even stepped in the ring. It’s your body telling you that you can’t make weight, you can’t do it anymore. It does bother you.

“I refuse to blame my loss on anything. I think he was a better fighter that night. I’m trying to make my mark at 175 and maybe down the road, I can get a rematch against him.”


“Fighting so close to home means everything to me. This is the biggest fight of my career and I’m going to take advantage of this opportunity.

“My whole life, I feel like I’ve been destined for greatness and this is my chance.

“I remember coming to the Beau Rivage as a kid with my dad and I would look at this big building and tell him that I was going to stay in a room here when I grew up and now my name is on the marquee. Its a dream come true.

“Edwin is an experienced fighter. He’s fought some great opposition but he has a loss on his record. I do not and its going to stay that way on November 13.

“I train smart. I have a degree in physical education which has taught me some different training techniques that you can’t learn in a gym.

“A win on Friday means another step toward a world title shot. That is the goal. To fight for a world title and I have to beat Edwin Rodriguez to get it. He is standing in my way.

“I got my ring name ‘Cannonhandz’ as an amateur when I started boxing at a community center and there were a lot of little kids there. They would hear me hit the mitts or the bag and say ‘When you punch, it sounds like there are cannons shooting out of your gloves,’ and it has stuck ever since.

“I can’t wait for Friday night. This is my chance and to be able to keep my undefeated record and take down someone with a known name in the sport so close to my hometown of Mobile is a blessing.”

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