The two fighters took to the scales today in Brooklyn, New York, with Davis weighing in at 129.0lbs and Cuellar weighing in at 129.25lbs.
Both men are ready to fight, with Cuellars well known trainer Manny Robles translating for the audience that Cuellar had “A great training camp and is very sure of himself becoming a world champion once again.”
When asked by Jimmy Lennon Jr. about how Cuellar will deal Davis’ speed he said very bluntly but confidently, “We are ready for his speed and power, you will see on fight night.”
Davis was also fairly soft spoken at the weigh in, once again telling everyone that this training camp was one of the best ones he has ever had and that he is also “very sure of himself becoming a world champion once again,” just like Cuellar stated verbatim.
When pressed on why this training camp in particular was so good compared to previous one, Davis said that he was “waking up boxing and going to sleep boxing,” so that his entire focus was strictly on the training camp itself.
The fighters are ready for the big card tomorrow evening in New York and the fans are pumped for what should be a very action-packed fight with lots of skill and power between the two men vying for the WBA Super World Super Featherweight Title.