Junior middleweight king Winky Wright informed Boxingtalk.com that Team Mayweather's was demanding two seperate weigh-in's, the second of which would take place around noon time the DAY OF THE FIGHT.
Wright cited the unusual demand as the main reason discussions for a potential super fight will Floyd Mayweather Jr. have now fallen apart. "He's the one talking about moving up to fight me at 154 and if he wants to fight me he should fight me. He shouldn't try to change the rules around to make me weigh-in twice. Why would I agree to weigh-in at 157 or less the day of the fight after I'm going to have work real, real hard to make 154?," asked Wright. Mayweather's promoter Bob Arum confirmed the two weigh-in's to Boxingtalk.com explaining, "Floyd is the one taking all of the risk and he has the PPV date. He could maintain his weight for one more day by drinking some fluids and eating lightly and then after he weighs-in the day of, he could eat all he wants." Wright explains his position far more thoroughly in a TNT chat transcript that will be released to all Boxingtalk readers tomorrow morning.