Beltran, Moses Easily Make Weight For Lightweight Title Fight

Raymundo Beltran hopes the fourth time is a charm in his pursuit of a major title. while Paulus Moses is looking to ignite a second title tour.

Both boxers easily made weight for their lightweight title fight. which headlines the next edition of Top Rank on ESPN this Friday live from Grand Sierra Resort and Casino in Reno, Nevada. Beltran tipped the scales at a chiseled 134.5 pounds, while Namibia's Moses checked in at a cut-and-ready 134 pounds.


Raymundo Beltran, 134.5 lbs. vs. Paulus Moses, 134 lbs.—12 rds, lightweight

Egidijus Kavaliauskas, 146.6 lbs. vs. David Avanesyan, 147 lbs.—10 rds, welterweight

Alexander Besputin, 147 lbs. vs. Wesley Tucker, 148.5 lbs.—8 rds, welterweight

Shakur Stevenson, 125.5 lbs. vs. Juan Tapia, 124.5 lbs.—8 rds, featherweight

Robson Conceicao, 132.5 lbs. vs. Ignacio Holguin 132.8 lbs.—8 rds,

Bryant Jennings, 231.5 lbs. vs. Akhror Muralimov, 259 lbs.—8 rds, heavyweight

Sagadat Rakhmankulov, 148 lbs. vs. Noel Esqueda , 148 lbs.—4 rds, welterweight

Ricardo Lucio Galvan, 126.5 lbs. vs. Kenny Guzman, 126.5 lbs.—4 rds,, featherweight

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