Curtis Woodhouse weighed in at 146 pounds for his forthcoming Commonwealth welterweight title clash with John Wayne Hibbert on Saturday.
The former Premier League footballer is making a comeback to title action after four years away, having had two warm-up fights in 2017.
At the lowest point of his retirement and feeling depressed, Woodhouse weighed a staggering 16 stone 5lbs, according to promoter Stefy Bull, but even managed to scale with a pound to spare for his clash with Hibbert this weekend.
Picture by Stefy Bull
The pair fight it out for the opportunity to challenge Commonwealth belt holder Kris George later in the year when Woodhouse and Hibbert trade blows at Doncaster Dome.