Anthony Joshua will face Oleksandr Usyk next weekend leaner than ever in another huge heavyweight title clash.
The Briton will put his WBA, WBO and IBF belts on the line at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on September 25 against his mandatory challenger.
The two men both won gold at the London Olympics in 2012, but their weight has been very different in the years since.
But with AJ losing weight and Usyk gaining volume, when can we expect the two heavyweight stars to take the scales?
When will Joshua and Usyk weigh in?
AJ and Usyk will step on the scales Friday September 24 – the day before their clash in the ring.
The 12-round heavyweight title fight will then take place at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday night.
The highly anticipated fight will be for Joshua’s WBA (Super), IBF, WBO and IBO heavyweight belts.
Usyk was shown to weigh 230 pounds over the summer in response to questions about whether he would be tall enough to handle AJ.
Anthony Joshua’s world title weigh-in
1) against Martin – 244 lbs
2) vs. Breazeale – 243lbs
3) against Molina – 249lbs
4) vs. Klitschko – 250 lbs
5) against Takam – 254 pounds
6) vs. Parker – 242 lbs.
7) vs. Povetkin – 246.3 lbs
8) vs. Ruiz I – 247.8lbs
9) vs. Ruiz II – 237lbs
10) vs. Pulev – 240.8 lbs
How much did they weigh in the last fight?
AJ weighed 240.8 pounds (17th 2 pounds 13 ounces) in his last fight against Kubrat Pulev.
Joshua’s biggest career champion was back in 2017 when he tipped the scales at 18th 2 pounds before beating Carlos Takam.
And the Briton’s lightest was down to 16th 13 pounds for his rematch win over Andy Ruiz Jr in 2019 after being arrested six months earlier.
Usyk, meanwhile, weighed 217 pounds for his win over Derek Chisora last October after previously cleaning out the cruiserweight division (200 pounds).
What was said?
Joshua revealed last month that he will be looking to CUT the weight before facing Usyk.
He told Sky Sports: “I watch my weight but I’m not trying to gain weight because I’m a heavyweight.
“I adapt my training. I gain a lot of experience, I have been fighting good fighters for a long time, I studied them and I discovered their training camps.
“I learned to condition my body for specific fights. I am looking for trim for this fight.
“I’m fighting a guy who’s a 12 round fighter. So it would be silly of me to go in there bulky with my muscles screaming for oxygen.
“I trained like a 15 round fighter in this camp. I will be well conditioned to fight. This is the key.
“What happens when I train this way? My body adapts and takes its natural shape. This is the form he took.