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The official weigh-ins for the Amir Khan vs. Danny Garcia junior welterweight title fight were held on Friday afternoon in Las Vegas. Right here, check out the complete Khan vs. Garcia weigh-in results, including their official weights, a collection of weigh-in photos, and notes from the event as well.
Khan vs. Garcia Weigh-in Pictures
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Khan vs. Garcia Weights:
Amir Khan: 139 lbs
Danny Garcia: 139 lbs
Both men look trim and in shape, and each man made weight without any issues. Khan certainly is the lengthier guy, but Garcia looks to be more muscular.
Khan and Garcia also both look extremely confident, and had a long and pretty intense but non confrontational stare down with one another. As usual for an Amir Khan match, he had plenty of fans in the audience, and they gave him a nice welcome to the stage.
Prior to the Khan vs. Garcia weigh-ins, Golden Boy brought in a few other notables, namely Marcos Maidana, Paulie Malignaggi and Ber...
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Two of the best junior welterweights in the world meet on Saturday night in Las Vegas, as Amir Khan squares off against the undefeated Danny Garcia live on HBO. Right here, ProBoxing-Fans.com will be providing live Khan vs. Garcia results and round by round updates, giving you a complete rundown of the action and how it all plays out. Will...
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Weights from Las Vegas, NV Amir Khan (139) vs. Danny Garcia (139) Fernando Guerrero (162) vs. Jose Medina (162) Brandon Hoskins (146)vs. Phil Lo Greco (149) Daquan Arnett (153) vs. Eddie Cordova (151) Jamie Kavanagh (135) vs. Paul Velarde (136)