Mayweather Vs. Cotto Weigh-In: Miguel At 154 For Clash With 'Money'

Miguel Cotto faces Floyd Mayweather tomorrow night on HBO pay-per-view and will be fighting at his comfortable 154 pound junior middleweight mark. We've covered the action surrounding the fight all week, but getting on the scales and hitting the mark was the key to "making it official" and that's exactly what Cotto did, coming in at an official weight of 154.

Cotto has fought at this weight since 2010, while Mayweather is coming up for the first time since the last (and only) time he ever came up to 154, when he beat Oscar De La Hoya in 2007.

The two men engaged in a long staredown that ended when they started to jaw back and forth and had to eventually be separated.

Miguel looked to be in fine shape, never a fighter who has issue with fitness (on the scales anyway). So he at least "looks the part" but he'll have to do more than look it tomorrow when the two men step into the ring.


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