John Molina Jr. came in four pounds heavy to today's weigh in with Omaha native Terence "Bud" Crawford. Crawford weighed in at 139.6-pounds, while Molina weighed in at 144-pounds, four pounds over the 140-pound limit.
Molina has two hours to lose four pounds. Should Molina come in heavy after the two-hour time period, the bout will change to a non-title fight. Either way, the fight is still on for tomorrow evening at the CenturyLink Center.
Watch the full weigh-in here and stay tuned with OmahaSportsInsider.com for updates:
UPDATE: John Molina Jr. did not make his weight after the two-hour-period, Molina weighed in at 143.4. While negotiations are still going on Molina released a statement:
"I apologize to the fans, no excuses I should've made the weight, by no mistake did we not prepare. My body just rejected the cut. Everyone knows me, I've never missed weight before. From me to you, as a Nebraskan, I apologize. We did everything the same in camp, prepared just like the Provodnikov fight. My body just can't make 140 any longer. I'm 33 years old now and i squeezed every drop out but my body just wouldn't cooperate. I take full consequences and I will give 100% tomorrow night, the fans will definitely get their money's worth."
143.4 for Molina on second attempt weigh in. Negotiations underway between management/promoters. #CrawfordMolina
— Crystina Poncher (@CrystinaPoncher) December 9, 2016