By Jeff Powell For Mailonline
Published: 23:55 GMT, 21 February 2020 | Updated: 00:16 GMT, 22 February 2020
Tyson Fury holds a weight advantage of three stone over Deontay Wilder going into their world heavyweight title rematch.
Fury weighed in over a stone more than for their dramatic first fight at 19st 7lbs More surprisingly Wilder scale a career high 16st 7lbs Both are built for more power but the similar increase in poundage will keep the speed edge with Wilder.
They were kept several feet apart on the stage so shouted threats and insults across the divide, Fury raising his middle finger in a crude gesture.
Tyson Fury weighed in at his second-heaviest ever at 19st 7lbs for Deontay Wilder
The Bronze Bomber has also bulked up and registered at 16st 7 (231lbs) for the fight
The curiosity of a mega-fight weigh-in without a face to face stare down unfolded in the MGM Grand Garden Arena where they will be unable to avoid each other this