Kownacki-Helenius Weigh-In Results

Before a set of heavyweight matchups take over the Barclays Center, headlined by Adam Kownacki v. Robert Helenius, Brooklyn will be hosting the official weigh-ins for the Premier Boxing Champions-produced card.

Will we see any surprising results prior to the bout?

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Price will vary by region. Will Robert Helenius (29-3) take out Adam Kownacki (20-0) inside the Barclays Center, becoming a mandatory heavyweight championship challenger in the process?


Weigh-ins begin at 1 p.m. ET. FIGHT SPORTS will be providing coverage of the Kownacki-Helenius weigh-ins: 

Main Card (8 p.m. ET, FOX)

Adam Kownacki (265.2) v. Robert Helenius (238.8) – WBA Heavyweight Title Eliminator

Efe Ajagba (242.2) v. Razvan Cojanu (265.6)

Frank Sanchez (222.2) v. Joey Dawejko (247.2) – NABO Heavyweight Championship

Prelims (5 p.m. ET) 

Steve Torres (252.2) v. Alex Ajabor (226.4)

Robert Alfonso (249.8) v. Carlos Negron (237.2)

Zachary Ochoa (140.8) v. Angel Sarinana (140)

Aronold Gonzalez (146.4) v. Traye Labby (146.6)

Francis Hogan (158.2) v. Brent Oren (159.6)

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