Tomorrow's big card in Tokyo will of course feature a trio of world title bouts, as well as those bouts however there will also be an intriguing international Heavyweight bout. That bout will see Japanese champion Kyotaro Fujimoto (13-1, 7) [藤本 京太郎] face off against Nathan McKay (6-2, 3).
The weigh in was originally planned to take place at the same venue as the weigh in for the world title bouts but, unfortunately, the scales at the venue couldn't cope with fighters over 100KG's so the two figfhters had to go and do their weigh in at the JBC.
On the scales Kyotaro was 232.15lbs, a similar weight to what he's been for many of his recent bouts. As for McKay he was close to a career high, weighing in at 267.64lbs, his second highest weight.
(Image courtesy of Kadoebi.com)
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