gifs: Mayweather vs Canelo, Matthysse vs Garcia weigh-in staredowns

Ethan Miller

Check out the animated staredowns for the two highly anticipated bouts on "The One: Mayweather vs. Canelo" at the weigh-in event earlier this evening from Las Vegas, Nevada.

The weigh ins for tomorrow night's (Sept. 14, 2013) Floyd Mayweather vs Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez bout were an absolute circus at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

For complete "Mayweather vs. Canelo" weigh in results click here, for staredown pics click here and to watch a full video replay click here.

The fighters, with there massive entourages, made their way through the 12,000 strong audience in attendance to hit the scales.

Both fighters were able to make the contracted weight of 152 pounds, with Alvarez weighing in at the limit and Mayweather coming in a bit under at 150.5 pounds. Following the weigh ins, the two faced off for the last bit of posturing before the Showtime pay-per-view (PPV) event.

Mayweather did as he wont to do, jawing and smirking at the Mexican fighter, while Alvarez never took his eyes off of "Money."


In the under card bout, both Lucas Matthysse and Danny Garcia made the 140-pound weight limit for their anticipated title bout. Matthysse is the current betting favorite, despite Garcia being the champion.


Follow all of's coverage for "The One" right here.

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