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Weights From Hialeah Park Casino in Miami for tonight’s FNF

Credit: Warriors Boxing

Tonight on a special Thursday night edition of Friday Night Fights, Fredrick Lawson takes on Breidis Prescott, and Rances Barthelemy makes his debut at lightweight. Check out the full weigh-in results & photos.

Robert Alfonso 241 vs. Raymundo Lopez 252.6

Antonio Tarver Jr. 154.4 vs. Bruce Lutchmedial 156

Ahmed Elbiali 175.2 vs. Michael Stafford 173.4

Michael Seals 175.2 vs. Carlos Reyes 183.2

Daquan Arnett 156.4 vs. Travis Hartman 153.2

Yasmany Consuegra 229.6 vs. Taurus Sykes 251.2

Wilky Campfort 152.8 vs. Devon Moncrieff 155

Kamil Laszczyk 128.6 vs. Jose Luis Araiza 129

Patryk Szymanski 165.6 vs. Yoryi Estrella 168.2

Rances Barthelemy 137.4 vs. Angino Pérez 137.6

Breidis Prescott 146.2 vs. Fredrick Lawson 146.2

Promoter: Warriors Boxing

Venue: Hialeah Park, Hialeah, Florida

Tickets: Tickets for ESPN’s Thursday Night Fights, also billed as “Noche De Combates,” are on sale now through Ticket Force (www.myticketforce.com), www.hialeahpark.com, and at the Hialeah Park Casino cage.

Included in the action is Rances Barthelemy…

Barthelemy (21-0, 12 KOs), has vacated his title in pursuit of bigger fights at Lightweight.  Barthelemy’s first fight at 135 lbs. is tonight against Angino Perez (18-4, 16 KOs).  Barthelemy vs. Perez, a 10-round bout, will air live on ESPN’s “Friday Night Fights”.

Standing 5’11, Rances Barthelemy has the height and reach to be successful while moving up in weight class.  Barthelemy, a Cuban national amateur champion, has developed into a terrific professional fighter, winning his first would title against Argenis Mendez (22-3-1, 12 KOs) back in July of 2014.  His sole title defense was a unanimous decision against Fernando David Saucedo (54-6-3, 8 KOs) last October.

“I feel confident with the move up to Lightweight,” said Rances Barthelemy. “I know I have the skills to win another title at 135 pounds.  I’m looking for the biggest fights in the division but first I must get past Perez.  This will be my first fight at this weight class.  I feel strong and the extra weight will add power to my punches.”

Rances Barthelemy is advised by Al Haymon.  The oppertunities are endless for Barthelemy if he can continue to shine on national television.

“If the right fights present themselves then I’ll be ready to fight anyone,” Rances continued. “I’m even willing to go up to Jr. Welterweight (140 lbs.) if the fight makes sense.  I’m taking all comers from 135lbs. to 140lbs.  My mission is to stay busy and keep winning.  With Al Haymon advising me, I’m ready to take my career to new levels.  It starts tomorrow night aginst Perez.”

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