May 29, 2022

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“Boxing under the stars”: No surprise weight

"Boxing under the stars": No surprise weight

The official weigh-in for the “International Boxing Under the Stars” gala took place on Friday and the pugilists were no surprise at the very strict protocol.

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The sports evening presented by Yvonne Michael Group will take place at the IGA Stadium on Saturday and the event’s headliner Kim Clavell will be able to box with peace of mind. She rocked the bench at 107.8 pounds. In the middle flies, in the fighting category, pugilists must weigh a maximum of 108 pounds.

Quebec’s opponent, Mexican Maria Soledad Vargas, stepped in at 107.4 pounds at the same time.

“When the boxers took off their masks, they were all smiling and in good physical condition, capturing the promoter of GYM Yvonne Mitchell, who arrived by phone. No one complained. Everyone was happy. There really was no trouble anywhere.

Jewsky, too

Gala’s second major duel pitted cubs Michael Michael Jewski against Dylan Loja in the super welterweight category, with a limit of 154 pounds. Jussky removed 0.2 pounds from the allowable cap and increased the loza needle to 153.4 pounds.

For Belle Province representatives like Trifluvian, it was the first experience of boxing at home in front of supporters in almost two years.

“These are important fights for Clawell and [Mikael] To highlight the return to “normal” things, Joosky and Michelle said on Saturday. I can see that they feel like their careers are starting to re-art. “

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In other dual fights, we can see in the action of Mary-Pierre Howell (146.6 pounds) against Jeanette Zacharias Zapata (143.4 pounds); Alexis Barrier (230.8 lbs) against Angel Gabriel Barron (225.8 lbs); Giovanni “Josecito” Martinez (135.8 lbs) and Samuel Lazoi-Deri (145.8 lbs) vs. Majlam Acdeniz (139 lbs) Patrick Laughlor (147 lbs).