Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury added some pounds for their upcoming rematch for the WBC heavyweight title.
At the weigh-ins the day before their pay-per-view main event, both Wilder and Fury arrived much heavier than in their first encounter back in 2018. Wilder came in at 231 pounds, which is a career-high for him and a little more than 18 pounds than what he weighed in 2018. Fury, on the other hand, weighed in at 273 pounds, which is just three pounds away from tying a career-high.
The fight headlines a four-fight main card that includes a heavyweight title eliminator and a WBO super bantamweight title fight. For the other title fight, WBO champion Emanuel Navarrete and challenger Jeo Santisima came in at the super bantamweight limit of 122 pounds.
The weigh-ins can be seen at this link. Below are the weigh-in results for the Wilder vs. Fury 2 main card:
WBC Heavyweight title:
- Deontay Wilder: 231 lbs
- Tyson Fury: 273 lbs
IBF Heavyweight title eliminator:
- Charles Martin: 254 lbs
- Gerald Washington: 236 1/2 lbs
WBO Super Bantamweight title (122-pound limit):
- Emanuel Navarrete: 122 lbs
- Jeo Santisima: 122 lbs
Junior middleweight bout (Opening fight):
- Sebastian Fundora: 153 1/2 lbs
- Daniel Lewis: 153 lbs
Fightful will have live coverage of Wilder vs. Fury 2, including a post-show podcast after the fight.