Weights From Croatia

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Croatian heavyweight sensation Filip Hrgović (5-0, 4 KOs) and his opponent Amir Mansour (23-2-1, 16 KOs) weighed in today ahead of their WBC International Championship clash Saturday night at the Arena Zagreb in Croatia.

Hrgović, the Rio 2016 Olympic Bronze Medallist, will be boxing in his home country for the first time as a professional as he looks to claim his first major title against the experienced former WBC United States Champion Mansour.

WBC International Heavyweight Championship:
Filip Hrgovic: 105.7 kg
Amir Mansour: 102.6 kg

The undercard fighters also took to the scales including IBO Female World Middleweight Champion Ivana Habazin, who makes the first defence of her title against Ghana’s Gifty Amanua Ankrah, and rising German light heavyweight star Leon Bunn.

IBO Female World Middleweight Championship:
Ivana Habazin: 70.7 kg
Gifty Amanua Ankrah: 70.2 kg

Light Heavyweight – 8 Rounds:
Leon Bunn: 79.5 kg
Emmanuel Feuzeu: will weigh-in later

Cruiserweight – 10 Rounds:
Damir Beljo: 89.5 kg
Lukas Paszkowsky: 89.5 kg

WBC Silver Female Super Middleweight Championship:
Ema Kozin: 75.7 kg
Irais Hernandez: 73.3 kg

Heavyweight – 6 Rounds:
Agron Smakici: 108.5 kg
Gabriel Enguema: 102.5 kg

Cruiserweight – 4 Rounds:
Josip-Bepo Filipi: 91.0 kg
Predrag Jevtic: 88.9 kg

Heavyweight – 6 Rounds:
Ivica Perkovic: 123.5 kg
Laszlo Toth: 128.7 kg

Cruiserweight – 6 Rounds:
Edin Puhalo: 90.7 kg
Janne Forsman: 84.7 kg

Cruiserweight – 6 Rounds:
Ivica Bacurin: 92.3 kg
Tamas Bajzath: 105.3 kg

The WBC International Heavyweight Championship contest between Filip Hrgović and Amir Mansour tops the bill at the Arena Zagreb on Saturday. All the action will be broadcast live on RTL in Croatia. Limited tickets are still
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