Antonio Moran and Luis Solis completed their weigh-in ceremony before their fight for the World Boxing Association (WBA) Fedecentro Welterweight title at the Osceola Heritage Park in Kissimmee, Florida, on Friday.
Moran hit the scales at 143 pounds, and Solis also stopped the scale at 143 pounds. Now, everything is ready for their fight for the 147-pound belt.
Moran and Solis are two brave boxers with a respectable punch that promise a war for their fight. Morán is 27 years old and has faced renowned opponents such as Devin Haney and Jose Pedraza.
Solis, on the other hand, is 28 years old and also has experience against well-known opponents such as Antonio DeMarco.
Moran has a record of 24 wins, 4 losses, 1 draw and 17 KOs, while Solis has a record of 25 wins, 10 losses, 4 draws and 21 KOs.