George Groves and Steve O’Meara have both weighed in ahead of their Commonwealth title fights on Saturday night.
Hammersmith’s Groves is defending his super-middleweight crown against former world champion Glen Johnson at the ExCel London.
Also on the bill is O’Meara’s clash with unbeaten Liverpudlian Liam Smith for the vacant title at light-middleweight.
Johnson has faced a number of top fighters, including Bernard Hopkins and Britain’s world champion Carl Froch. The wily Jamaican pulled off a shock win over American superstar Roy Jones in 2004.
A victory would move Groves a step closer to a world title shot.
Groves came in well under the 12st-stone limit at 11st 12lbs 14oz and Johnson, who has previously operated at light-heavyweight, was 11st 13lbs 6oz.
O’Meara, who was born in Shepherd’s Bush and lives in West Drayton, has a reputation as a technical boxer but has won his last three fights with early knockouts.
He was well inside the 11-stone light-middleweight limit at 10st 12lbs 12oz, while Smith scaled 10st 13lbs 6oz.
West London Sport will have live updates from the ExCel London during Groves and O’Meara’s title fights.