Originally written on Pro Boxing Fans  |  Last updated 12/14/12
The Nonito Donaire vs. Jorce Arce weigh-in took place this afternoon from Houston, where their Saturday night, HBO-televised Super Bantamweight title clash will be held. Both fighters are on weight and fit, and ready for action. Take a look at the Donaire vs. Arce weigh-in results, and some photos of the weigh-ins as well. Donaire vs. Arce Weights Nonito Donaire: 121.5 lbs Jorge Arce: 122 lbs Both guys definitely look to be in great condition, especially Arce, who has been enjoying his late-career resurgence and wants to score another massive win. This should really be a great one folks. Arce is going to force Donaire to get to business, and in the process, we should see an all-action fight with a potentially concussive ending. The card got a bit messy, as the Rigondeaux-Kratingdaenggym bout got called off as the co-feature, but Donaire vs. Arce is more than intriguing enough to stand up on its own. Plus, HBO Boxing will be showing the replay of last weekend's dramatic and shocki...
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