Jake Paul weighed in half a pound heavier than Tyron Woodley for their grudge match on Sunday night.
The former UFC star scaled 189.5lb, heavier than he ever did during his mixed martial arts career before Paul weighed in on the 190lb limit.
The two fighters will meet tomorrow in an eight-round cruiserweight fight which will be Paul's fourth fight as a professional and Woodley's first in the ring.
Paul has knocked out YouTuber AnEsongib, former NBA player Nate Robinson and former UFC welterweight Ben Askren in his last three fights. Woodley parted ways with the UFC in April after suffering four consecutive losses.
Before the grudge match kicks off, seven division champion Amanda Serrano will defend her WBC, WBO, and IBO featherweight titles against super bantamweight champion Yamileth Mercado.
British heavyweight Daniel Dubois will make his US debut against Joe Cusumano, with Dubois coming in three pounds heavier than the American.
Tommy Fury, the cousin of WBC heavyweight champion Tyson, will look to set up a fight with Paul as he faces his sparring partner Anthony Taylor.
Fury, who is 6-0 as a professional, weighed in four pounds heavier than Taylor. The fight will be Taylor's second inside the ring, with the MMA fighter losing his boxing debut in 2017.
Here are the full weigh-in results for Paul vs Woodley…
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Jake Paul (190lb) vs. Tyron Woodley (189.5lb)
Amanda Serrano (124lb) vs. Yamileth Mercado (124lb)
Daniel Dubois (238lb) vs. Joe Cusumano (235.5lb)
Montana Love (141lb) vs. Ivan Baranchyk (140.9lb)
Tommy Fury (179lb) vs. Anthony Taylor (175lb)
Charles Conwell (153lb) vs Juan Carlos Rubio (153.5lb)
Internet-star-turned-pugilist Paul will face his toughest test inside the ring in Woodley but doesn't think that will matter as he predicts another first round knockout.
He said: "Before this camp, I said three [rounds] and now I'm thinking max two. But to be honest, something in my heart tells me it's going to be another one round fight As crazy as that sounds, I think it's going to be a very very short night for Tyron.
"I haven't even got to warm up in a fight yet and I haven't been hit in a fight yet.
"Let's hope Tyron is very very prepared and is a lot better than I expected. Because then the fight will go into the later rounds where I am actually a better fighter."
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