Lomachenko vs Nakatani: Live streaming weigh-in video and results

  • Vasiliy Lomachenko 134.6 vs Masayoshi Nakatani 134.4
  • Rob Brant 159.6 vs Janibek Alimkhanuly 159.6
  • Giovani Santillan 147.6 vs Cecil McCalla 147.4
  • Robert Rodriguez 118.8 vs Luis Fernando Saavedra 118.8
  • Floyd Diaz 117.8 vs Jaime Jasso 116.2
  • Guido Vianello 244 vs Marlon Williams 217.5
  • Subaru Murata 121.6 vs Keven Monroy 119.8
  • DeMichael Harris 134.2 vs Jonathan Hernan Godoy 134.2

Today at 4 pm ET, Vasiliy Lomachenko, Masayoshi Nakatani, and the rest of Saturday night’s ESPN+ fighters will hit the scales in Las Vegas for the final step toward their fights.

We’ll have a live stream for you up top, and the weigh-in will also stream on ESPN+.

Lomachenko (14-2, 10 KO) last fought in Oct. 2020, losing an upset to Teofimo Lopez. He now comes back against Nakatani (19-1, 13 KO), a tough, tall veteran from Japan who has proven his mettle in victory and defeat on Top Rank cards. Lomachenko is also coming off of shoulder surgery, and there is some concern about that, at least from the outside looking in.

The co-feature will see Rob Brant (26-2, 18 KO) take on Janibek Alimkhanuly (9-0, 5 KO) in a 10-round middleweight fight, an intriguing matchup between a former secondary titlist in Brant, who seems to run hot and cold, and a 28-year-old Kazakh southpaw who will be stepping up the competition.

There will also be several fights on the undercard featuring Top Rank prospects, including welterweight Giovani Santillan, heavyweight Guido Vianello, debuting junior featherweight Subaru Murata, and more.

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