Mayweather Vs. Cotto: Weigh-In Photo Gallery

The fighters were on the scales in Vegas earlier this evening, making weight for their HBO pay-per-view clashes for the event that will be headlined by Floyd Mayweather vs. Miguel Cotto. What was a fairly standard affair, with the only odd moment being Shane Mosley coming in half a pound heavy for his bout with Canelo Alvarez, got a bit heated after Mayweather and Cotto hit the scales.

The two men engaged in a lengthy staredown with both refusing to back down. Floyd chomped on a piece of gum, grinning at Cotto, while Cotto shot back an icy stare. Eventually Cotto began jawing with Floyd a little bit, Floyd jawed back (as did his entourage, which refuses to ever shut up) and eventually the two men had to be separated.

Let's take a look at some photos from the evening. All photos courtesy of Tom Hogan - Hoganphotos/Golden Boy Promotions.

Deandre Latimore and Carlos Quintana were first on the scales for their PPV opening bout:


Jessie Vargas and Steve Forbes made weight next:


Saul "Canelo" Alvarez and Shane Mosley posing following their weigh-in. Mosely would come back and make weight on his second attempt, losing the half pound:


Floyd was first on the scales, coming in at 151 pounds:


Miguel Cotto was next, hitting the 154 mark:


The two men engaged in a staredown:


Which ended in a pull apart:


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