Josh Taylor weighed in just lighter than Apinun Khongsong ahead of his unified WBA and IBF Super Lightweight world title defence at York Hall on Saturday.
Taylor (16-0, 12 KOs) returns to the ring for the first time since his thrilling majority decision win over Regis Prograis at the O2 Arena last October and the Scot hit the scales at 139.25lbs, just lighter than Khongsong (16-0, 13 KOs) who came in at 139.5lbs.
Taylor, who has linked up with trainer Ben Davison and makes his Top Rank debut, can set up an undisputed showdown with promotional stablemate Jose Ramirez with victory over the undefeated Thai, although the bout is dependant on Ramirez navigating past mandatory challenger Jack Catterall first.
Charlie Edwards weighed in at 117.5lbs ahead of his Bantamweight bow against former English champion Kyle Williams (11-2, 3 KOs), who scaled at 117.25lbs.
Former WBC Flyweight champion, Edwards (15-1, 6 KOs), who also makes his Frank Warren debut having signed a promotional pact in April, has moved up two weight classes after relinquishing his belt last October, prompted by a gruelling no contest with now-champion Julio Cesar Martinez.
WBO Super Bantamweight titlist David Oliver Joyce (12-1, 9 KOs) weighed in identical to challenger Ionut Baluta (13-2, 2 KOs) at 121.25lbs, ahead of the first defence of his crown since stopping Lee Haskins in February.
Unbeaten Super Welterweight prospect George Davey (2-0) weighed in at 154.5lbs, whilst opponent Jeff Thomas (12-7-3, 1 KO) came in at 155.5lbs.
Northamptonshire Super Lightweight Eithan James (3-0) tipped the scales at 141.25lbs, the exact same weight as his foe Kris Pilkington (2-7-1).
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