Canelo Alvarez vs. Austin Trout staredown pic from weigh-ins in San Antonio

Check out Canelo Alvarez and Austin Trout getting all up in each other's mugs at today's (April 19, 2013) weigh in event in San Antonio, Texas, in advance of their super welterweight championship bout at the Alamodome tomorrow night.

Rising Mexican boxing superstar Canelo Alvarez and the man who will challenge his undefeated record, Austin Trout, took to the scales in San Antonio, Texas, today (April 19, 2013) to weigh-in for their 154-pound super welterweight championship fight scheduled for tomorrow night at the Alamodome in the same city.

For complete Canelo vs. Trout weigh in results click here.

Both fighters hit their respective marks before getting in each other's faces for the customary staredown, which you can see above and, for good measure, you can see this one too.


Exciting stuff!

Omar Figueroa and Abner Cotto -- mistakenly called Abner Mares by Jimmy Lennon Jr., who had a rough weigh-in -- also stared each other down:


Remember, too, will deliver LIVE coverage of Canelo vs. Trout tomorrow night (Sat., April 20, 2013), starting with the Showtime broadcast at 10 p.m. ET.

See you then!

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