Earlier today in Monte Carlo saw the weigh in for the weekend's most anticipated fight between WBA "super" and WBC "interim" Middleweight champion Gennady Golvokin (31-0, 20) and tough British challenger Martin Murray (29-1-1, 12). Thankfully both men made weight.
One the scales the bigger man was the challenger who came in just a smidge under the 160lb Middleweight limit. It's slightly heavier than he was last time out, when he took a technical decision over Domenico Spada, but certainly not his heaviest weight, which is the 169lbs he weight back in his 2008 clash with Carl Wild.
Golovking was exactly 1lb lighter than the Brit and was just under 159lbs, around the same weight that he came in for against Marco Antonio Rubio, last time out, and his impressive win against Matthew Macklin back in 2013.
For the second fight in a row we've seen Golovkin the smaller man on the scales however he is still strongly favoured for the win with some bookies pricing the champion at 1/16.