Crawford-Indongo intensely stare down after weigh in
August 18, 2017
Anna Aguilar (131 articles)

Crawford-Indongo intensely stare down after weigh in

No champion wants to give up their hard earned titles, only gain more. That was the stare down message that Terence “Bud” Crawford and Julius “Blue Machine” Indongo gave each other after their weigh in today at the Sheraton Hotel in Omaha, Nebraska.

For a good three minutes, the two champions looked into each other’s eyes with machismo before the intensity became physical. Tomorrow night, someone’s 0 has to be replaced with a loss and someone’s unified belts will make someone undisputed.

Live on ESPN and Deportes, Crawford vs Indongo for the WBC, WBA, WBO, IBF and Ring magazine super lightweight titles. On the co-main opener Oleksandr Gvozdyk vs Craig Baker and also on the ESPN live portion, Silver medalist Olympian, Shakur Stevenson vs David Paz. The undercards will stream live on ESPN app.

Weigh-In Results:

Terence Crawford – 140 lbs versus Julius Indongo – 139 lbs

(WBO/WBC/WBA/IBF World Title – 12 rounds – Junior Welterweight)

Oleksandr Gvozdyk – 174.4 lbs versus Craig Baker – 174.6 lbs

(NABO & NABF Title – 10 rounds – Light Heavyweight)

Shakur Stevenson – 126 lbs versus David Paz – 125.6 lbs

(6 rounds – Super Featherweight)

Rob Frankel – 139 lbs versus Michael Reed – 141 lbs

(10 rounds – Super Lightweight)

Baltazar Ramirez – 133 lbs versus Kevin Ventura – 133 lbs

(6/4 Rounds – Super Featherweight)

Sidney Siqueira – 145.4 lbs versus Mike Alvarado – 148 lbs

(10/8 rounds – Welterweight)

Steve Nelson – 175 lbs versus Cesar Ruiz – 175 lbs

(6/4 Rounds – Light Heavyweight)

Daniel Martz – 255.4 lbs versus Bryant Jennings – 230.6 lbs

(8 rounds – Heavyweight)

Malcolm Tann – 238.2 lbs versus Dillian Whyte – 260 lbs.

(8 rounds – Heavyweight)



Anna Aguilar