LAS VEGAS– As expected, Daniel Jacobs failed to comply with the second weighting agreement before he fought Canelo Álvarez, because according to a few sources consulted by ESPN, he did not press within the 170 pound limit, while Canelo made this morning at 8:00 am, so he was awarded a penalty not disclosed for contractual reasons.
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According to the sources, Jacobs Weighed 173.6 pounds, that is, 3.6 pounds higher than the amount specified, while Canelo prevents the balance at 169 pounds, one lower than the 170 agreed by the two extinguishers.
This is the second time the American boxer decided to introduce a second weighting, as he did in 2017 when he fought Gennady Golovkin in New York.