Tyson Fury weighed a bit heavier than Derek Chisora ahead of their WBC heavyweight title fight on Saturday at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
The champion came in at 19th 2lbs, while challenger Chisora weighed in at 18th 8lbs.
“Expect carnage on Saturday. We’re going to put up an absolutely brilliant fight,” said the unbeaten Fury, 34.
The weigh-in took place at the Business Design Center in Islington, north London, a few miles from Saturday’s venue, with hundreds of fans watching.
Fury was heavier than his last fight, when he sat 18th 11lbs and picked up a six-round victory over Dillian Whyte at Wembley, but 9lbs lighter than his third fight with Deontay Wilder, his second victory over the American in October 2021.
Meanwhile, Chisora was at his heaviest for five years – when he weighed 18th 9lbs before beating Robert Filipovic at Liverpool.
The British pair engaged in a long downward stare that lasted just under two minutes, with Fury flexing his muscles and constantly talking to his 38-year-old opponent.
Chief support on Saturday will see Britain’s Daniel Dubois defend his WBA (regular) belt against South African Kevin Lerena, who has lost just one of 29 fights. Dubois was 17th 2lbs with Lerena at 16th 6lbs.
Dubois also has just one loss – against fellow Brit Joe Joyce in November 2020 – and has won 17 of his 18 victories from a distance.
A victory for Dubois will keep him in contention to fight for a world title in 2023, but Lerena said he “was here to write the history of my country”.
Lerena, 6ft 1in against 6ft 5in Dubois, added: “I’m not scared of you. I know you’re the big boy. This is your show. If I had been scared of you , I would have gone the other route.
“It’s no secret that Dubois is a powerful big hitter. I think the most important thing is boxing. It’s not a strongman competition.”