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Weigh-in results: Wladimir Klitschko at 246, Tyson Fury at 247 lbs.

All systems appear to be go for tomorrow night's title fight.

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The weigh-ins for tomorrow night's showdown in Dusseldorf passed without incident, save for Tyson Fury's surprisingly-amiable refusal of a handshake, and everything seems to be set for "Kollisionskurs."

We've attached a video of each man's turn on the scales, courtesy of The Telegraph.

Klitschko (64-3, 53 KO), chiseled as always, weighed in at 111.5 kilos (246 lbs.), pretty much the same as every other fight he's had in the last decade. Fury's (24-0, 18 KO) physique may not have been as aesthetically pleasing, but he seems to be in tremendous shape, as his 112 kilo (247 lb.) weigh-in was his lightest since beating Vinny Maddalone in 2012 and only the third time he's come in under 248.

For comparison, he was 264 in last year's Dereck Chisora rematch and 260 in his thrashing of Christian Hammer this past February.

Do the results change anyone's mind, or are everyone's picks locked and ready?

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