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Mikey Garcia is going for his fourth title in as many weight classes when he takes on Sergey Lipinets Saturday night at 10:15 p.m. ET on Showtime. BeatsBoxingMayhem is providing a live stream for Friday’s weigh-in at 2 p.m. ET.



The time for talk is nearly over. Watch the official weigh-in for Deontay Wilder and Luis Ortiz’s WBC title match taking place March 3 at the Barclays Center. The live stream opens on Friday at 2:30 p.m. ET.



Watch the live stream for the official weigh-in for Sergey Kovalev’s bout against Igor Mikhalkin. The fight airs Saturday night (March 3) at 10 p.m. ET live from the Madison Square Garden Theater. Today’s stream will also feature the co-main event weights of Sullivan Barrera vs. Dmitry Bivol.




Catch the live stream of the Danny Garcia-Brandon Rios weigh-in today here on BeatsBoxingMayhem. After yesterday’s heated press conference, the two combatants get to confront each other one last time. The fight airs on Showtime Saturday night at 9 p.m. ET.



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BROOKLYN — Watch the live stream weigh-in for Saturday’s IBF welterweight title match between Errol Spence Jr. (22-0, 19 KOs) and Lamont Peterson (35-3-1, 17 KOs). The bout is Spence’s first defense of the title he won last May by stopping Kell Brook in 11 rounds. Peterson is competing in his first bout since defeating David Avanesyan by unanimous decision last February. The fight airs on Showtime January 20 at 9 p.m.



The weights are in for Saturday night’s Pound 4 Pound showdown between WBO super featherweight titlist Vasyl Lomachenko and Guillermo Rigondeaux. Both fighters were chiseled with the champion coming in at 129 pounds and the challenger at 128.25.

PREDICTION: I’ve gone back and forth on this fight since it was announced. Rigo’s sublime skills make him a hard night for any opponent, not to mention his underrated power and nimble footwork. However, this is the first fight where I feel there is a perfect storm that will lead to his first defeat.

Rigondeaux is 37 years old (allegedly), jumping two weight classes and has fought only three rounds in the last year. I would feel uneasy about those facts if he were fighting a lower Top 10 super featherweight, let alone going after the #1 guy at the weight in Lomachenko. Having fought and broken the will of bigger punchers in Nicholas Walters and Manuel Marriaga, I see Lomachenko being able to handle Rigo’s stinging shots and forcing a higher pace in the later rounds. Because Rigo sometimes squares up out of clinches, there’s an outside chance that Lomachenko could score a flash knockdown ala Donaire and Amagasa.

Expect a good start from Rigondeaux due to his counter punching with Lomachenko’s size and activity being the difference in the second half to earn a close but clear unanimous decision.



Check out the live stream of today’s weigh-in for the Wilder-Stiverne rematch. The event takes place at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center and airs on Showtime Saturday night (November 4).  Wilder is making the sixth defense of the WBC title he won from Stiverne two years ago. Stiverne, who hasn’t fought since 2015, is looking for revenge and redemption after claims of dehydration from the first bout.