According to the WBC, via a report at BoxingScene.com, Floyd Mayweather and Robert Guerrero are on target to make weight this Friday, as their seven-day weights both looked good.
Mayweather (43-0, 26 KO) weighed in at 148½ pounds, with Guerrero (31-1-1, 18 KO) at 153. The limit for the first, of course, is 147 pounds. Mayweather has never really had any trouble making weight, while Guerrero has pretty easily made the 147-pound limit in his two previous fights in the division. Six pounds in six days, from the time of this pre-weigh-in weigh-in, should be no problem for him. He's maintained a steady pace throughout the process.
The good news is that means we almost surely won't see any scale drama on Friday, though we could certainly see any number of other forms of drama, from the fighters themselves to their fathers/trainers Ruben Guerrero and Floyd Mayweather Sr, and even Guerrero's grandfather and Mayweather's cut man and hand wrapping specialist, Rafael Garcia. Pretty much everyone has vowed to start swinging if anything gets goofy, which is pretty hilarious, and likely will lead to nothing.