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Weigh-in results & photos from London: Brook vs. Gavin, Joshua vs. Johnson, Linares vs. Mitchell

This afternoon, the weigh-in was held the Indigo at The O2, for the huge bill which is headlined by Sheffield’s Kell Brook defending his IBF Welterweight title against Birmingham’s Frankie Gavin, Londoner Kevin Mitchell challenging Jorge Linares for the WBC Lightweight belt and Welshman Lee Selby attempting to take the IBF Featherweight crown from Evgeny Gradovich.

Find the full Brook vs. Gavin weigh-in results and weights for all of the notable fights on the loaded card here.

  • Frankie Gavin – 146.5 lbs
  • Kell Brook – 146.25 lbs
  • Anthony Joshua – 248.5 lbs
  • Kevin Johnson – 225.4 lbs
  • Jorge Linares – 135.4 lbs*
  • Kevin Mitchell – 135 lbs

*Linares was overweight on his first attempt and had an hour to lose the extra weight.

  • Evgeny Gradovich – 126 lbs
  • Lee Selby – 125.25 lbs

Anthony Joshua MBE steps-up in class against Kevin ‘Kingpin’ Johnson and there are three great domestic title bouts on the undercard with John Ryder tackling Nick Blackwell for the vacant British Middleweight strap, Scotty Cardle and Craig Evans tussle for the vacant British Lightweight belt and Dave Ryan defends his Commonwealth Light Welterweight title against John Wayne Hibbert. Former World champion Nathan Cleverly is in action and Lucien Reid makes his pro debut.

Before the weigh-in, the Indigo at The O2 opened its doors at midday allowing fans to mingle with stars including newly crowned James DeGale, Carl Froch, Darren Barker and Paulie Malignaggi.

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