Friday, October 26, 2012

Weights From Fairfax, VA!



(Photo by Juan Marshall, ProAm Fight Talk)



Here is the scale watch for Saturday's Ice Promotions/Jimmy Lange Boxing card at the George Mason University Patriot Center in Fairfax, VA:

Jimmy Lange 154 vs. Tony Jeter 158

Brandon Quarles 157 vs. John Mackey 157

Lawrence Jones 155 vs. Ivan Ziglar 157

Zain Shah 160 vs. Harry Joe Yorgey 162

Mark Baltimore 167 vs. Immanuwel Aleem 165

Antoine Douglas 160 vs. Valdez Eason 164

Jerry Odom 168 vs. Darryl Fields 167

Andre Ward 195 vs. Mario Flores 195

Joseph Rector 139 vs. David Warren Huffman 138

Shakir Ashanti 161 vs. David Antoine 158

Both BATB and ProAm Fight Talk will be blogging live throughout Saturday evening beginning at 6:45 ET with results and photos from the Patriot Center..  Also please check for exclusive commentary and interviews on the BATB page at Spreaker.com. Once again, the card is slated to begin at 7 PM ET.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wait a minute. I thought thought that Jimmy Lange and Tony Jeter were fighting at Light Middleweight, 147-154 lbs? How was Jeter allowed to come in four pounds overweight at 158?

Anonymous said...

Bc Jimmy isn't worried at all about Tony

Anonymous said...

He should be he can barely put his sentences together, Lange needs to hang up the gloves, he had a nice career don't want to see anybody take unnecessary punishment.

Anonymous said...

I think that Jimmy Lange is indeed worried about Tony, as he is about everybody he faces. He may have dreams of Austin Trout, K-9, or even Cotto, but Jimmy is too much of a pro to overlook Tony Jeter.

Anonymous said...

He should be he can barely put his sentences together, Lange needs to hang up the gloves, he had a nice career don't want to see anybody take unnecessary punishment.

That's quite a bit of an exageration. I saw/heard him on a number of talk shows promoting this fight, and he sounded fine. He may not have a collegiate vocabulary, but he's a long way from being punch drunk.

My guess is that he will win this one, get that big fight he's been chasing, probably Austin Trout, and then base the decision on his future on the result of that big fight.

Anonymous said...

The fight was contracted for 157 plus one

Alec Kohut said...

Jimmy was on our Maxboxing East internet show this past Tuesday. Trust me, he's putting his sentences together just fine.