Zepeda, Prograis make weight

Prog Zep Weigh In

Jose Zepeda 139.4 vs. Regis Prograis 139
(WBC super lightweight title)

Yokasta Valle 107.4 vs. Evelin Bermudez 106
(IBF female light flyweight title)

Bakhodir Jalolov 247.6 vs. Curtis Harper 260
Charles Conwell 154 vs. Juan Carlos Abreu 154
Fernando Vargas Jr. 150 vs. Alejandro Martinez 151.25
Amado Vargas 125.8 vs. Osmar Olmos Hernandez ??
Nathan Rodriguez 123.4 vs. Jerson Ortiz 123.8
Ruben Torres 136.2 vs. Eduardo Estela 136
Alejandro Reyes 142.6 vs. Daniel Perales 142.4
Austin Brooks 129 vs. Jesus Roman 129.6
Mario Ramos 151.6 vs. Geronimo Sacco 150
Eric Priest 160 vs. Luis Alberto Vera 159.8
Jacob Macalolooy 146.8 vs. Terrance Jarmon 144

Venue: Dignity Health Sports Park, Carson, California
Promoter: MarvNation
TV: PPV ($59.99)

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  • Pretty excited for this one, definitely taking Prograis, but I expect Zepeda to give everything he has.

    • I’m actually pretty excited about this fight as well! Price point is a little higher than what I’d like, but WTH!! It’s been a good weekend of sports on TV so why not splurge on this one. Besides, both fighters are never in a boring fight!!!!

      • Definitely BoriMex, unless someone has an injury that we don’t know about (and, as a matter of fact – unless they BOTH have injuries we don’t know about) I don’t see how this isn’t AT LEAST a really good fight.

  • I’m glad to see Charles Conwell fighting again. He’s the most avoided fighter in boxing, so he has to take any undercard bout he can.

  • The undefeated (11 – 0) Bakhodir Jalolov, who also won Olympic gold and became world champion in amateur boxing, continues his uninteresting journey towards bigger fights.

    In the last eight years, Bakhodir Jalolov’s opponent Curtis Harper has only been up in seven fights. Five of those have been losses.

    This is downright embarrassingly bad.

  • Fights about to come on and I’m picking Programs by mid stoppage.

    Late next year, Lopez and Prograis might be the fight to watch.

  • Curtis Harper still making $ after walking out of ring on national television. Boxing is 2 rungs beneath the circus

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