Bob Arum said Julio Cesar Chavez could fight Brian Vera next, and eventually, Andre Ward.
Weighin results: Pacquiao 145, Mosley 147
Manny Pacquiao weighed in at 145 pounds for his WBO welterweight title defense against Shane Mosley, who weighed 147 for Saturday's bout at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
Manny Pacquiao weighed in at 145 pounds for his WBO welterweight title defense against Shane Mosley at the official weighin for the pay-per-view fight that took place in front of thousands of fans in the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, the site of Saturday's showdown.
Mosley weighed in at the division limit of 147 pounds.
Pacquiao's weight was the second heaviest of his career. He weighed three-quarters of pound more for his title defense against Joshua Clottey last March, his heaviest ever.
Both future hall of famers looked ripped and ready for tomorrow night's confrontation.
"I believe Shane Mosley is a good fighter and strong fighter, so I had to train hard for this fight," Pacquiao said after the weighin.
Weighin results for the pay-per-view undercard combatants:
Junior featherweight beltholder Wilfredo Vazquez Jr. weighed in at the division limit of 122 pounds as did his his opponent on Saturday, former three-division titleholder Jorge Arce.
Former middleweight champ Kelly Pavlik tipped the scales at 170 pounds, two pounds over the 168-pound limit for the super middleweight division, where he intends to campaign from now on. His opponent Alfonzo Lopez weighed in at 169 pounds.
Junior welterweight Mike Alvarado weighed in at 139 pounds for his pay-per-view opener against fellow fringe contender Ray Narh, who tipped the scales at 140.
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