Mayweather Vs. Cotto Weigh-In: Canelo 154, Mosley Overweight At 154.5, Other Undercard Results

The undercard for the HBO pay-per-view card headlined by Floyd Mayweather vs. Miguel Cotto is highlighted by a bout between rising Mexican star Saul "Canelo" Alvarez and the legendary "Sugar" Shane Mosley. Those fighters and the rest of the undercard combatants stepped onto the scales today.

Mayweather and Cotto will step onto the scales for their weigh-in a little bit at around 6:10 p.m. ET. And you can see that happen live on video here at by clicking this link.

Mosley missed weight by half a pound and has an hour to attempt to lose that pound, which shouldn't be a huge issue. Our preview for the undercard bouts can be read here.

Here are the official weights for each fighter:

Deandre Latimore (154.5) vs. Carlos Quintana (154)
Jessie Vargas (156) vs. Steve Forbes (156.5)
Saul "Canelo" Alvarez (154) vs. Shane Mosley (154.5)

We'll have in depth coverage of the bouts before, during and after the show this weekend, so stay tuned.

Update: Mosley was successful in losing the half pound. So that fight will go ahead with no issues.

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