Adonis Stevenson came in at 174.4lbs for the latest defence of his WBC light heavyweight title as challenger Sakio Bika astonishingly failed to make the 175lb limit.
Despite coming up from super middleweight, Bika could only manage 175.8lbs on the scale and was given time to lose the excess poundage.
Coming back after an hour, Bika then hit a light 174.6lbs, shedding over a pound, and is now clear in his quest to become a two-weight world champion.
Full undercard weights
Artur Beterbiev, 175 lbs. vs. Gabriel Campillo, 174.6 lbs
Julian Williams, 154.6 lbs. vs. Joey Hernandez, 155 lbs
Kevin Bizier, 149.4 lbs. vs. Fouad El Massoudi, 148.6 lbs
Oscar Rivas, 251.2 lbs. vs. Dezcan Cetinkaya, 219.4 lbs
Custio Clayton, 151.8 lbs. vs. Ronald Berti, 151.6 lbs
Sebastien Bouchard, 149 lbs. vs. Denis Farias, 149.2 lb
Jan Michael Poulin, 159.4 lbs. vs. Michel Tsalla, 159.2 lbs
Shakeel Phinn, 168 lbs. vs. Roody Rene, 168 lbs
Vislan Dakhaev, 121.4 lbs. vs. Dale Hadjouis, 122.4 lbs
Stevenson and Bika clash at the Pepsi Coliseum in Quebec City on Saturday night in an event to be broadcast on CBS in the US and on Sky Sports in the UK.