Earlier today in Thailand saw the official weigh in for tomorrows "world" title fight between unbeaten Thai teenager Stamp Kiatniwat (13-0, 6) and heavy handed Dominican puncher Gregorio Lebron (13-2, 11).
The fighters both made weight ahead of their clash, which will see the men colliding for the WBA "interim" Flyweight title, which has been held by the likes of Koki Eto, Yodmongkol Vor Saengthep, Juan Carlos Reveco and Luis Concepcion in recent years.
Although both men did make weight it wasn't plain sailing for Lebron who weighed in at 114lbs on his first attempt. He later made the weight on his second try, suggesting that he'll either be drained or very big come tomorrow's fight. Stamp on the other hand made the 112lb limit on his first attempt.
From what we understand a win for Stamp would make him the youngster "world" champion from Thailand, albeit just an "interim" champion.
For fans wanting to watch this bout it will be screened on Thai channel 3 form 14:00 local time.
Stamp Kiatniwat looks to stamp out the threat of Lebron!
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