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Weigh-In Results: Crawford 140, Indongo 139

We're good to go for an undisputed title unification!

Bredis Prescott v Terrence Crawford Photo by Josh Hedges/Getty Images

Terence Crawford and Julius Indongo just hit the scales ahead of tomorrow night's 140lb undisputed unification match. The fight will be aired live on ESPN starting at 10pm ET and on Sky Sports across the pond. Both fighters hold two of the four major titles and tomorrow's fight is for all the marbles.

Julius Indongo hit the scale first and weighed-in at 139 pounds even. Terence Crawford was up next and weighed-in at 140 on the button. Both fighters look fit and ready to go!

The co-feature for the card had Craig Baker weighing-in at 175.6 pounds while Oleksandr Gvozdyk weighed-in at 174.4 pounds.

Here's some of the prelim undercard weigh-in results:

Dillian Whyte tipped the scales at an even 260 pounds and his opponent Malcolm Tann weighed-in at 238.2 pounds. In another heavyweight bout Bryant Jennings weighed-in at 230.8 pounds while his opponent Daniel Martz tipped the scales at 255.4 pounds. Both heavyweight bouts are scheduled for 8 rounds.

Cesar Ruiz hit the scales 175 pounds even while his opponent Steve Nelson weighed-in at 175 pounds as well. Their light heavyweight fight is scheduled for six or four rounds, depending on time constraints.

Mike Alvarado weighed-in at an even 148 pounds while opponent Sidney Siqueira weighed-in at 145.4 pounds. Their bout is scheduled for ten or eight rounds, also depending on time constraints.

Baltazar Ramirez weighed in at 133 pounds and his opponent Kevin Ceja Ventura hit the scales at 133.2 pounds in the nude. Their bout is scheduled for four or six rounds, depending on you know what.

Mike Reed hit the scales at 141 pounds and his opponent Rob Frankel weighed-in at 139 pounds.

David Paz weighed-in at 125.6 pounds while Shakur Stevenson hit the scale at 126.2 pounds.

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