The world-famous Monte Carlo Casino was a hive of activity as all 10 boxers weighed in successfully for the “Night of Champions” tournament on Friday afternoon.
A large crowd of onlookers was on hand to see the fighters step onto the scales. They all looked in excellent condition.
Ruslan Provodnikov (Rus) 146,5 lb (66,45kg); Jesus Alvarez Rodriguez (Mex) 146,5 lb (66,45kg).
Amor Belahdj Ali (Fra) 121,10 lb (54,93kg); Qiu Xiao Jun (China) 121,15 lb (54,93kg).
Zhanat Zhakiyanov (Kazak) 117,35 lb (53,22kg); Yonfrez Parejo (Ven) 117,55 lb (53,31kg).
Youri Kalenga (DRC) 199,90 lb (90,67kg); Roberto Bolonti (Arg) 197,70 lb (89,67kg).
David Avanesyan (Armenia) 146,15 lb (66,29); Charlie Navarro (Ven) 145,80 lb (66,13kg).
The tournament will be broadcast around the world, with broadcasters as far as Canada and Slovenia taking the action both live and delayed.
The current list includes the US (Showtime Extreme), Canada, Africa (SuperSport), Russia (Match TV), Middle East (beIN Sports), Poland (NC+), Kazakhstan (Kazsport), China (CCTV 5), Panama (RPC TV), Israel (Sport 5), Brazil (Esporte Interativo), France (L’Equipe 21), Slovenia (Pop TV), Philippines (Elite Sports), Venezuela (Meridiano TV), Turkey (Kanal Turk).
This world class event is exclusively distributed internationally by leading boxing rights distributor and sports marketing firm, Protocol Sports Marketing. The company is presently in conversation with top broadcasters worldwide to ensure that the November 7 telecast can be seen by sports fans everywhere.