The medical not only saw the two men under-go some tests but also have some measurements taken.
Those measurements showed that Kyoguchi is the naturally bigger man. The champion was 3cm taller than the challenger, had a slightly longer wingspan, a slightly thicker neck and a much thicker chest. In fact Kyoguchi's chest has grown around 2cm since his last fight in December, showing that he is maturing and still growing.
The two men will take part in their weigh in tomorrow ahead of Sunday's bout, and both are expected to make 105lbs with out too many worries, though Kyoguchi does seem likely to out grown the division in the not so distant future, especially as he continues to grow and mature physically.
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