Kerman Lejarraga and James Metcalf made weight for their fight for the vacant World Boxing Association (WBA) continental super welterweight title, which will take place on Friday in Bilbao, Spain.
The Spanish boxer stopped the scales at 153.8 pounds, while the British boxer weighed 153.9 pounds, below the 154-pound limit required by the division, and are ready for the fight for the crown.
Spanish boxing is living a good present and its projection is quite interesting. This event is very important for this country because it is the opportunity to see one of its stars in action and disputing an important belt.
Lejarraga and Metcalf are two tough fighters, who fight each other and it seems that the fight will be a nice war on the ring. The local fighter has a record of 34 wins, 2 losses and 26 knockouts to Metcalf’s 22 wins and 2 losses.