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More weekend weights from Montreal to Liverpool to Cancun

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Right here we have more weigh-in results for the weekend’s action, from Montreal to Liverpool and Cancun.

Beterbiev vs Maderna in Montreal:
NABA CHAMPIONSHIP
Light Heavyweight
ARTUR BETERBIEV
VS
EZEQUIEL “El Olympico” MADERNA
12 rounds
Montréal, Québec, Canada
La Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina
175 lbs
9-0-0, 9KO 26 rounds, 6’1″, 31 Years old
23-2-0, 15KO 126 rounds, 5’11”, 29 years old
WBO Int & NABA Champion #2 IBF, #4 WBO, #4 WBA, #6 WBC
Argentinian champion
Gold World amateur championship Milan 2009 & World Cup 2008
Part. Beijing 2008 Olympic Games
Part. Beijing 2008 & London 2012 Olympic Games
Welterweight
BRYANT “Goodfella” PERRELLA
VS
DAVID “Day Day” GRAYTON
8 rounds
Fort Myers, Florida, USA
Washington DC, USA
147 lbs
13-0-0, 12KO 33 rounds, 6’0″, 27 years old, Southpaw
14-0-0, 10KO 47 rounds, 28 years old
Heavyweight
OSCAR “Kaboom” Rivas
VS
JEREMY “The Beast” BATES
8 rounds
Montréal, Quebec, Canada
Charleston, West Virginia, USA
18-0-0, 13KO 58 rounds, 6’1″, 28 years old
26-17-1, 22KO 127 rounds, 5’11”, 42 years old
Silver Pan-Am Games, 2007& Part. Beijing 2008 Olympic Games
Welterweight
SÉBASTIEN BOUCHARD
VS
ARNAUD DIMIDSCHTEIN
8 rounds
Baie St-Paul, Québec, Canada
Seraing, Liege, Belgium
147 lbs
12-1-0, 4KO 65 rounds, 5’9″, 29 years old
11-10-2, 3KO 120 rounds, 5’10,5″, 29 years ol

Liam Smith vs. Predrag Radosevic in Liverpool:

At today’s official weigh-in at the Bierkeller in Liverpool, undefeated WBO World Super-Welterweight Champion Liam Smith and Montenegrin challenger Predrag Radosevic both hit the weight on the scales ahead of tomorrow’s world title showdown at the Echo Arena.

Scouse hero Smith, 22-0-1 12 KO’s, and WBO European Champion Radosevic, 30-1-0 11KO’s, headline tomorrow’s mouth-watering night of action, live and exclusive on BoxNation. Smith, who makes the second defence of his world title, hit the scales bang on 11 stone while his challenger Radosevic came in at 11 stone 13lbs.

Speaking afterwards Smith said: “All the talking is over and now it’s time to get it on in the ring. I’ve put everything into my training and I’m looking forward to retaining my world title in front of my home crowd at the Echo Arena.”

Radosevic said: “My training camp has gone perfectly and now I’m ready to get in the ring and become a world champion. I’ve not come all this way to leave empty-handed. I’m fighting Smith in his own city but I’ll be taking the belt home with once I’ve beaten him.”

EBU European Bantamweight Champion Ryan Farrag tipped the scales at 8 stone 6lbs ahead of his first defence of the title against Karim Guerfi. The French mandatory challenger, 23-3-0 6 KO’s, also hit the scales at 8 stone 6lbs.

South African IBF International Bantamweight Champion Zolani Tete came in at 8 stone 5lbs ahead of his defence against Mexico’s Victor Ruiz. Challenger Ruiz, 21-5-0 15 KO’s, came in slightly lighter at 8 stone 4lbs.

Also weighing in at the Bierkeller was Liverpool’s Tom Stalker who challenges Antonio Joao Bento for the Vacant WBO Lightweight Championship. ‘The Captain’ weighed in at 9 stone 8lbs with Bento coming in at the same weight.

Cristian Mijares Headlines in Cancun:

MAIN EVENT – VACANT WBC SILVER FEATHERWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP (12)
Cristian “El Diamante” Mijares (53-8-2, 26 KOs, Gomez Palacio, Durango, Mexico 125.8 lbs.
Andres “Jaguarito” Gutierrez (34-0-1, 24 KOs), Guadalajara, Queretaro, Mexico 130 lbs.*
(Andreas was 4 lbs. overweight)

CO-FEATURE – BANTAMWEIGHTS (8)
Edgar “Power” Jimenez (21-11-2, 15 KOs), Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico 118.4 lbs.
Jovylito “J-Flash” Aligarbes (12-3, 6 KOs), Iligan City, Lanao del Norte, Philippines lbs. 118.4 lbs.

JUNIOR WELTERWEIGHTS (10)
Ivan “Zurdo” ALVAREZ (23-5, 16 KOs), Ciudad Obregon, Sonora, Mexico 140 lbs.
Jose “Piston” Lopez (25-4-2, 15 KOs), Torreon, Coahuliacle Zaragoza, Mexico 141.1 lbs.

FEMALE SUPER BANTAMWEIGHTS (10)
Irma “Torbellino” Garcia (13-1-1, 2 KOs), Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico 119 lbs.
Miriam “La Patrona” Avila (5-6, 2 KOs), Tlalnepantia, Mexico 121.2 lbs.

WHAT: “Cancun Boxing: Knockout’s On Fire”

WHEN: Saturday, June 4

WHERE: Grand Oasis Cancun Hotel Complex in Cancun, Mexico

PROMOTER: Pepe Gomez Boxing

BROADCAST: CBS Sports Network, digital delay, dates & times of airings to be announced soon

ANNOUNCERS: Jim “JR” Ross & Al Bernstein

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