Thursday, January 8, 2015

What Do Welterweights Rehydrate To? An Unofficial Weight Reference List

The following is a list compiled from our main page:

Fight Night Boxing Weights: A List Of Unofficial Weigh-in Weights After Rehydration

Please note: This particular reference list page is only for Welterweights fighting without catch-weights, that we have on file. Where we have seen catch-weights implemented within the Welterweight range, we have made note. This page is meant to answer the question only of what your standard Welterweight rehydration will look like for educational purposes, whether you are interested academically or for betting purposes, debate, whatever. I hope you find it helpful if you've recently done a search for it. If you like what we do here, please bookmark, share, link to us, comment, etc. If you have a correction on any typos or special, relevant information you feel we should make note of, any error or anything at all, please feel free to comment. What we get the most response to we will likely work the most to expand on. Thanks for your visit.

Welterweight Division: 147 lbs



Errol Spence Junior VS Phil Lo Greco - Contested technically at Light Middleweight. Spence is assumed to be a welterweight prospect though often fights just above the limit. Lo Greco is thought to be a Light Middleweight fighter, but was called on short notice (3 days). This was a PBC broadcast TOTT. This is listed on our welterweights page because of Spence Junior's status as a welterweight fighter, so that you do not miss his listings, as well as on our Light Middleweights page.

Spence: Official: 149 - Unofficial: 162
Lo Greco: Official: 152 - Unofficial: 164


Sadam Ali VS Francisco Santana - Contested at Welterweight

Ali: Official: 146.75 - Unofficial: 153
Santana: Official: 146.5 - Unofficial: 167

Danny Garcia VS Lamont Peters - Contested at Welterweight, with a catch-weight limit imposed, 143 pounds, although BOTH fighters were holding major Light Welterweight titles, neither of which could be on the line, unfortunately. While Peterson held a major title at 140/Light Welterweight, Garcia was regarded to be the lineal champion of the division. The rehydration weights were said by commentator Kenny Rice to be "with clothes" so I am assuming this means in full street clothes, as opposed to how they'd be walking to the ring, shirtless, in trunks, etc.
(PBC Broadcast)

Garicia: Official: 142.25 - Unofficial: 157
Peterson: Official: 143 - Unofficial: 165


Adrien Broner VS John Molina - This bout was meant to be at a limit between the light welterweight maximum of 140 and a special +1 rule bleeding into the welterweight class, by contract. So, very technically speaking, Broner came in at welterweight, Molina at light welterweight, despite only a pound difference.

Broner: Official: 141 - Unofficial: 157
Molina: Official: 140 - Unofficial: 154

Keith Thurman VS Robert Guerrero - Contested at Welterweight

Thurman: Official: 147 - Unofficial: 162
Guerrero:  Official: 147 - Unofficial: 152 was listed on the TOTT, but Marv Albert announced the number as 157

Brandon Rios VS Mike Alvarado - Contested at Welterweight

Rios: 163
Alvarado:  161



Timothy Bradley VS Diego Chaves - Contested at Welterweight

Bradley: 156
Chaves: 154


Manny Pacquiao VS Chris Algieri - Contested at Welterweight, with a 144-pound catch-weight
(Chris Algieri, though he was the fighter moving up in weight from his last contest, and a licensed nutritionist, was forced to take some clothes off and try again, then come back in about a half an hour for another trip, and made the weight)

Pacquiao: 149
Algieri: 155

Sadam Ali VS Luis Carlos Abregu - Contested at Welterweight

Ali: 150
Abregu: 160


Brandon Rios VS Diego Gabriel Chavez - Contested at Welterweight (Chavez weighed one pound over the limit)

Rios: 159
Chaves: 156


Juan Manuel Marquez VS Mike Alvarado (Contested at Welterweight (147), with a catch weight limit of 143, Alvarado coming in a hair over and the Marquez camp not bothering to hold it against him

Marquez: 148
Alvarado: 152


Manny Pacquiao VS Timothy Bradley (rematch) - Contested at Welterweight

Pacquiao:  151
Bradley: 152



Manny Pacquiao VS Brandon Rios - Contested at Welterweight

Pacquiao: 150
Rios: 159


Timothy Bradley VS Juan Manuel Marquez - Contested at Welterweight

Bradley: 154
Marquez: 150


Keith Thurman VS Diego Chaves - Contested at Welterweight

Thurman: 156
 Chaves: 157.75


Marcos Rene Maidana VS Josesito Lopez - Contested at Welterweight

Maidana: 156.5
Lopez: 158.75


Lucas Matthysse VS Lamont Peterson - Contested at Welterweight, with a catch weight merely one pound above the Light Welterweight limit, so that Peterson's title would not be on the line at Light Welterweight.

Matthysse: 150
Peterson: 149



Timothy Bradley VS Manny Pacquiao I - Contested at Welterweight

Bradley: 147
Pacquiao: 150

Randall Bailey VS Mike Jones

Bailey: 155
Jones: 154



Floyd Mayweather Junior VS Victor Ortiz - Contested at Welterweight
Mayweather: 150
Ortiz: 164

Andre Berto VS Jan Zaveck - Contested at Welterweight

Berto: 160
Zaveck:  159




Andre Berto VS Freddy Hernandez - Contested at Welterweight

Berto: 159
Hernandez: 153


Victor Ortiz VS Vivian Harris - Both weighed in at 142 pounds - Technically contested at Welterweight.

Ortiz: 155
Harris: 150


Andre Berto VS Carlos Quintana - Contested at Welterweight

Berto: 153.5
Quintana: 161



Floyd Mayweather Junior VS Juan Manuel Marquez - Contested at Welterweight with a catch-weight in place which Mayweather could not or did not wish to make after all, coming in two pounds over the initially agreed upon 144-pound catch-weight limit and renegotiating with Marquez in order to do so. HBO's TOTT was read by commentator Jim Lampley and he mentioned that Marquez allowed his weight to be taken on the night of the fight but Lampley says: "Mayweather did not allow us to weigh him on our unofficial scale."

Mayweather: ???
Juan Manuel Marquez: 148 lbs


Andre Berto VS Juan Urango - Contested at Welterweight

Berto: 155
Urango: 150


Shane Mosley VS Antonio Margarito - Contested at Welterweight

Mosley: 160
Margarito: 160

Andre Berto VS Luis Collazo - Contested at Welterweight

Berto: 160
Collazo: 155



Manny Pacquiao VS Oscar De La Hoya - Contested at Welterweight

Pacquiao: 148.5
De La Hoya: 147


Andre Berto VS Steve Forbes - Contested at Welterweight

Berto: 153.5
Forbes: 158


Joshua Clottey VS Zab Judah - Contested at Welterweight
Clottey: 156
Judah: 147

Andre Berto VS Miguel Angel Rodriguez - Contested at Welterweight

Berto: 162
Rodriguez: 162


Andre Berto VS Michel Trabant - Contested at Welterweight

Berto: 158
Trabant: 150




Andre Berto VS David Estrada - Contested at Welterweight

Berto: 154
Estrada: 155


Paul Williams VS Antonio Margarito - Contested at Welterweight

Williams: 162
Margarito: 157


Shane Mosley VS Luis Collazo - Contested at Welterweight

Mosley: 154
Collazo:  160



Andre Berto VS Miguel Figueroa - Contested at Welterweight

Berto: 158
Figueroa: 153


Floyd Mayweather Junior VS Carlos Manuel Baldomir - Contested at Welterweight

Mayweather: 149
Baldomir: 162


Ricky Hatton VS Luis Collazo - Contested at Welterweight

Hatton: 158
Collazo: 156


Floyd Mayweather Junior VS Zab Judah - Contested at Welterweight

Mayweather: 146 (same as official weigh-in weight-very rare)
Judah: 150


Floyd Mayweather Junior VS Sharmba Mitchell - Contested at Welterweight

Mayweather: 148
Mitchell: 155



Oscar De La Hoya VS Derrell Coley

De La Hoya: 154
Coley: 151


Felix Trinidad VS Pernell Whitaker - Contested at Welterweight

Trinidad: 155
Whitaker: 155

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Source: Sources for all matches are during the fight broadcast's tale of the tape unless otherwise noted.

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