Tony Harrison vs. Jermell Charlo 2 Weights, Matchroom Boxing's Next Shows | Fight-Size Boxing Update

Here's your fight-size boxing update for December 21, 2019:

- Here are the official weights for tonight's PBC on FOX card from Ontario, California:

WBC junior middleweight title (154-pound limit):

  • Tony Harrison (c): 153.25 lbs
  • Jermell Charlo: 153.5 lbs

Heavyweight bout:

  • Efe Ajagba: 237.75 lbs
  • Iago Kiladze: 230.5 lbs

Lightweight bout:

  • Karlos Balderas: 132 lbs
  • Rene Teilez Giron: 132 lbs

Super middleweight bout (Swing bout):

  • Anthony Flagg: 165.2 lbs
  • Jamarcus Warren: 165 lbs

- It had been initially announced that Cesar Juarez and Angelo Leo would have a fight on December 28 that would serve as a title eliminator for both the WBO and IBF super bantamweight titles. Fightful was informed by a source within the WBO and confirmed with another source working with the fight's promotion that it is not a title eliminator for that title, only for the IBF.

- Matchroom Boxing Italy announced a card for February 28 in Milan. Here are the fights that were announced:

  • Daniele Scardina vs. Andrew Francillette
  • Maxim Prodan vs. Michele Esposito
  • Francesco Grandelli vs. Carmine Tommasone
  • Ivan Zucco vs. Filippo Gallerini
  • Dario Morello vs. Andrea Scarpa
  • Riccardo Merafina vs. Vadim Gurau

- Matchroom Boxing announced a card for February 8 in Sheffield, England. Here are the fights that were announced:

  • Kell Brook vs. Mark DeLuca
  • Kid Galahad vs. Claudio Marrero: IBF featherweight title eliminator
  • Eva Wahlstrom vs. Terri Harper: WBC Female super featherweight title bout
  • David Allen, Ivan Price to compete in separate bouts

- Top Rank announced that it will stream the December 23 card from Japan on ESPN+, starting at 3:55 a.m. ET, that will feature Ryota Murata, Roman "Chocolatito" Gonzalez, Ken Shiro, Moruti Mthalane and more.

- Unbeaten super featherweight rising contender Abraham Nova, co-promoted by Murphy’s Boxing and 12 Rounds Boxing, signed a multi-fight co-promotional deal with Top Rank Boxing. Nova’s first fight under the new deal will be on the January 18 Top Rank on ESPN+ card.

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