🔵 PHOTOS: Kavaliuskas vs. Abreu / Vences vs. DeAlba – Weigh-in Results!

Weigh-In Results:

Kavaliuskas vs. Abreu / Vences vs. DeAlba

LIVE on ESPN, TONIGHT at 9:30 p.m. ET

(Photo Credit: Mikey Williams / Top Rank

• Egidijus Kavaliuskas 146.8 lbs – vs. – Juan Carlos Abreu 146.6 lbs

(NABF Welterweight Title – 10 Rounds)

• Gabe Flores Jr. 131.6 lbs – vs. – James De Herrera 131.2 lbs

(Lightweight – 6 Rounds)

• Andy Vences 129.4 lbs – vs. – Frank De Alba 129.8 lbs

(WBC Continental Americas Super Featherweight Title – 10 Rounds)

• Andy Ruiz 252.2 lbs – vs. –  Kevin Johnson 257.4 lbs

(Heavyweight – 10/8 Rounds)

• Joseph Adorno  131.8 lbs – vs. – Guadalupe De León 130 lbs

(Super Featherweight – 6 Rounds)

• Rubén Rodríguez 140.6 lbs – vs. – Richard Howell 140.8 lbs

(Super Lightweight – 4 Rounds)

• Ivan Martino 120.8 lbs – vs. – Santos Ortega 122 lbs
(Super Bantamweight – 4 Rounds)

• Manuel Manzo 119.8 lbs – vs. – Sergio Lopez 117.2 lbs
(Super Bantamweight – 4 Rounds)

Kavaliauskas-Abreu and Vences-DeAlba will be televised live on ESPN and ESPN Deportes beginning at 9:30 p.m. ET.  The entire undercard will be shown on ESPN+ beginning at 6:30 p.m. ET.



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