Fight-Size Boxing Update: Kovalev Ready For Canelo, ShoBox Weights, PBC On FS1 Card Announced

Here is your fight-size boxing update for the morning of September 20, 2019:

- In the video at the top of the page, Sergey Kovalev discusses his upcoming fight against Canelo Alvarez on November 2.

- Below are the weigh-in results for the ShoBox: The New Generation card from Midland, Texas.

Lightweight bout:

  • Michael Dutchover: 134.25 lbs.
  • Thomas Mattice: 134.25 lbs.
  • Referee: Robert Velez
  • Judges: Jesse Reyes, Ursaio Perez, Ruben Carrion

WBO International featherweight bout (126-pound limit):

  • Ruben Villa: 125.2 lbs.
  • Enrique Vivas: 126 lbs.
  • Referee: Robert Velez
  • Judges: Jesse Reyes, Ursaio Perez, Ruben Carrion

Welterweight bout:

  • Brandun Lee: 142.5 lbs.
  • Milton Arauz: 142 lbs.
  • Referee: Daniel Sandoval
  • Judges: TBA

- Below are several results from the September 19 Matchroom Boxing Italy on DAZN card in Florence:

  • Sam Eggington defeated Orlando Fiordigiglio to win the IBF International junior middleweight title
  • Devis Boschiero beats Ivan Tomas to win the IBF Intercontinental super featherweight title
  • Luther Clay beats Dario Morello
  • Jordan Gill beats Yesner Talavera

- WBO Latino light heavyweight titleholder Lenin Castillo has been added to the MTK Global Golden Contract tournament.

- PBC announced the following card will be televised on FS1 on November 2 from the MGM National Harbor in Maryland. The following fights were announced:

  • Brian Castano vs. Wale Omotoso
  • Javier Fortuna vs. Jesus Cuellar

- The WBC announced it will make a decision based on Devin Haney's request of an immediate fight against unified champion Vasiliy Lomachenkoat at its annual convention in October.

- Umar Salamov defeated Emmanuel Danso late in the third round to retain the WBO International light heavyweight title in Russia.

- Indonesian promotional company Mahkota Promotion announced that it will have a card in Batu in November 17 headlined by Daud Yordan taking on an opponent to be named at a later date. Also on the card is WBC Asian Boxing Council Continental featherweight titleholder ‚ÄčOngen Saknosiwi, but no opponent was named.

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