Dillian Whyte and Dereck Chisora have weighed in ahead of their heavyweight rematch at the O2 on Saturday night.
Both men took to the scales, displaying much leaner physiques compared to previous fights and showing just how seriously they have taken this.
Chisora was first on stage in Islington and, after citing physical preparation and conditioning as reasons for teaming up with David Haye, the Finchley-born slugger weighed in at a chiselled 17st 8lbs 3oz.
It is the lightest he has been since he challenged the legendary Vitali Klitschko for the WBC title in 2012.
Having bulked up to 18st 6lb to bully his way through a unanimous decision win over Joseph Parker in July, Whyte vowed he would be lighter for this fight and was true to his word, weighing 17st 8lbs 8oz.
A tense face off preceded, as both men had one last look at the other before they step into the ring tomorrow and security were needed to intervene after the feuding pair had left the stage.
Tensions continued backstage between the groups, with amateur footage showing Chisora goading a member of Whyte’s entourage, believed to be one of his brothers, and security moving in to calm the 34-year-old.
The other Brit in heavyweight action on Saturday night, David Price, weighed in at 18st 1lbs 3oz for his bout with Tom Little, who was 18st 6lb 7oz.
Challenging for the WBC flyweight world title, Charlie Edwards came in at 7st 13lbs 8oz, while undefeated light-heavyweight Joshua Buatsi was again in peak condition at 12st 6lbs 5oz.
Dillian Whyte :17st 8lbs 8oz
Dereck Chisora: 17st 8lbs 3oz
Carlos Takam: 18st 2lbs 1oz
Senad Gashi: 16st 4lbs 1oz
Joshua Buatsi: 12st 6lbs 5oz
Renold Quinlan: 12st 3lbs 6oz
David Price: 18st 1lbs 3oz
Tom Little: 18st 6lbs 7oz
Ryan Walsh: 8st 13lbs 8oz
Reece Bellotti: 8st 13lbs 2oz
Phil Williams: 17st 9lbs 4oz
Fabio Wardley: 16st 6lbs 8oz
Charlie Edwards: 7st 13lbs 8oz
Cristofer Rosales: 7st 13lbs 8oz