All eight fighters for Showtime's December 1 pay-per-view made weight for their respective fights.
Tyson Fury will have more than 40 pounds over Deontay Wilder when they meet in the ring in the main event for the WBC heavyweight world title. As for the other title fight on the show, both Jarrett Hurd and Jason Welborn comfortably made weight for their unified junior middleweight title fight.
Below are the full weigh-in results for the December 1 event from the Staples Center in Los Angeles:
WBC Heavyweight title:
- Deontay Wilder (c): 212.5 lbs.
- Tyson Fury: 256.5 lbs.
WBA/IBF/IBO Junior Middleweight (154-Pound) titles:
- Jarrett Hurd (c): 152.6 lbs.
- Jason Welborn: 152.5 lbs.
- Luis Ortiz: 241 lbs.
- Travis Kauffman: 229 lbs.
- Joe Joyce: 262 lbs.
- Joe Hanks: 247.5 lbs.
Fury came in at 256.5 pounds, nearly 10 pounds heavier than what he weighed in at when he defeated Wladimir Klitschko to win the unified WBA, WBO and IBF heavyweight titles in 2015. As for Wilder, he came in lighter than the 214.75 pounds he was at for when he faced Ortiz in March. This is the lowest Wilder has weighed in at since his pro debut in 2008 when he weighed in at 207.25 pounds.
Fightful will have live coverage of the entire pay-per-view as well as coverage of a special Showtime telecast right before the pay-per-view. The special telecast, which can be seen on Fightful for free at 7:45 p.m. ET, will feature a WBC light heavyweight title fight between Adonis Stevenson and Oleksandr Gvozdyk. There will be a post-fight podcast live on YouTube and on Fightful.