Stevenson will aim to become a three-division world champion in only his second fight at the weight class. The boxer’s only other fight at lightweight was against Shuichiro Yoshino, as he stopped the Japanese in the sixth round. As for De Los Santos, the 135-pounder only has one loss on his record against William Foster III. Since then, wins over Luis Acosta, Jose Valenzuela and Joseph Adorno have propelled him into a mandatory position.
Shakur & EDLS go back-and-forth in the FINAL face-off 🗣️
— Top Rank Boxing (@trboxing) November 15, 2023
In chief support, Emanuel Navarrete takes on Robson Conceicao in a defense of his WBO super featherweight title. The champion secured the vacant belt after a win over Liam Wilson. Thereafter, Navarrete managed a successful defense against Oscar Valdez. In contrast, Conceição’s only losses have come at the hands of Shakur Stevenson and Oscar Valdez, both of whom have won world titles. With that being said, Stevenson weighed in well below the 135-pound limit. The boxer stepped on the scales at 133.8 pounds compared to De Los Santos who weighed 134.3 pounds.
Shakur Stevenson (133.8 pounds) vs Edwin de los Santos (134.3) – vacant WBC lightweight title
Emanuel Navarrete (130) vs Robson Conceicao (129.3) – WBO super-featherweight title
Brian Norman Jr (146.4) vs. Quinton Randall (145.8) – welterweight
Floyd Diaz (117.7) vs. Max Ornelas (117.9) – bantamweight
Troy Isley (159.7) vs. Vladimir Hernandez (156.8) – middleweight
Emiliano Vargas (135.6) vs. Brandon Mendoza (134.9) – lightweight
Jackson Murray (230.7) vs. Steven Torres (240.7) – heavyweight
Abdullah Mason (134.4) vs. Jose Cardenas (134.6) – lightweight
Hugo Micallef (142.7) vs. Sergio Odabai (141.7) – junior welterweight
Giovanni Sarchioto (167) vs. Lucas de Abreu (166.3) – super middleweight