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PBC on NBCSN: O'Connor, Bracero make weight for rematch

Danny O'Connor and Gabriel Bracero made weight for tomorrow night's PBC main event on NBCSN.

Danny O'Connor and Gabriel "Tito" Bracero meet tomorrow night in a rematch of their 2011 bout, headlining a Premier Boxing Champions card on NBC Sports Network. Both made weight on Friday for the welterweight fight taking place in Lowell, Massachusetts.

O'Connor (26-2, 10 KO) came in at 146.2 pounds, with Bracero (23-2, 4 KO) at 146.8, both under the 147 pound limit for their 10 round main event. Bracero beat O'Connor back in 2011, winning a shutout over eight rounds in Laredo, Texas. This time, O'Connor is at home, and feels he's matured sufficiently in the last four years to get some revenge.

The 30-year-old O'Connor has won three straight following a 2013 loss to Vivian Harris, while Bracero, 34, is coming off of a 10-round decision loss to Felix Diaz.

In the 10-round super bantamweight co-feature, Jonathan Guzman (19-0, 19 KO) takes on Danny Aquino (17-2, 10 KO). Both fighters weighed in at 121.6 pounds.

Other weights:

  • Ryan Kielczewski (125.8) vs Rafael Vazquez (126), 10 rounds
  • Adam Kowacki (261.2) vs Rodney Hernandez (240), 8 rounds
  • Gary "Spike" O'Sullivan (172.6) vs David Toribio (174.2), 10 rounds
  • Patrick Hyland (128.4) vs David Martinez (128), 8 rounds
  • Stephen Ormond (139) vs Michael Clark (140.6), 6/8 rounds
  • Titus Williams (131.2) vs Arthur Parker (134.6), 4 rounds
  • Fernando Saucedo (134.8) vs Carlos Fulgencio (134), 8 rounds

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