By Keith Idec
LOS ANGELES – Always steady champion and once-baked opponent at both fives on lunar week lighter weights than their previous race.
Dean Wooder, on Friday, weighs 212.5 pounds for his WBC heavyweight titles against Tyson Fury on Saturday night in Staples. 6-foot-7 Wilder was two pounds lighter than he when he weighed for his 10th round to stop Luis Ortiz on March 3 at Barclays in downtown Brooklyn (214).
The weight of the cast is not that low, as he lost $ 207 per kilo in November of 2008. The unhappy champion's weight in the Ortiz battle was Wilder's lowest since his second progression, in which Tuscaloosa, Alabama, was native to 213 pounds.
Friday, when 6 ft. 9 Fury officially loaded 256.5 pounds when he arrived at the California State Athletic Commission scale directly outside the Los Angeles Convention Center. This is the smallest Fury who has been scoring one of his three fights since he returned from 2½ years of dismissal.
The former IBF / IBO / WBA / WBO champion took about 400 pounds during his break. He was in the treatment of alcohol, cocaine addiction and depression at a time when he was not a boxer.
Fury weighs 276 pounds before his four rounds stop for Swiss Sefer Sefer (23-2-1, 21 KO) on June 9 in Manchester, England.
It broke out Fury's first fight, as he broke Vladimir Klitschko unanimously to win the four titles he eventually released, without assigning Klitschko an immediate rematch, he owed. Violence against Sv. The battle of Klitschko in November 2015 was 247 pounds.
Manchester was home to 18 pound lighters (258) for his fight two months after winning Sefer. He easily shut off Italy's Francesco Pianet (35-5-1, 21 KO), which means winning a 10-fold unanimous decision on August 18 in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Wilder's 33-year-old (40-0, 39 KO) is slightly upheld to win the 30-year-old Fury (27-0, 19 KO) main event in the four-match Showtime Pay-Per-View card (HD $ 74.99).
Earlier on Friday, IBF / IBO / WBA's 154-meter champion Jarrett Hurd (22-0, 15 teams) from Accokeek, Maryland, praised his career at a low of 152½ pounds for protecting his name from being protected against the easily perceived English Jason Velborn (24 -6, 7 KO) . The 32-year-old Welborn also pushed Hondu for 28 years to 152.5 pounds, demonstrating Showtime TV shows.
Cuban ortiz (29-1, 25 teams, 2 NC) on the CSAC scale at 241 pounds for their 10-time fight against Travis Kauffman (32-2, 23 teams, 1 NC). A 32-year-old Kauffmann from Reading, Pennsylvania, weighed 229 pounds for a potentially career-fought fight against the 39-year-old Ortiz.
Joe Joyce (6-0, 6 KO) scored 262 pounds in his 10-rounder against Joe Hanks, scoring six-fifty-six, 33-year-old British players before scoring Ortiz and Kauffman. The New York City, New Jersey, 35-year-old Hank (23-2, 16 KOs) champion, completed 267.5 pounds to open the Showtime TV show on Saturday night (9am ET / 6 o'clock PT).
Keith Idec is Senior Writer / Editor at BoxingScene.com. He is able to reach Twitter @Idecboxing.