Dillian Whyte has weighed in heavier than Dereck Chisora ahead of the highly-anticipated rematch on 22 December.
Whyte stepped on the scales marginally heavier at 246.5lbs, while Chisora weighed 246.2lbs where the tensions also came to boil following their face off.
Despite a fierce eye-to-eye meeting between the two rivals after stepping on the scales, it still seemed to run smoothly until after the two teams stepped off the stage.
Teams from both sides got confrontational with one another with security having to step in between the two camps. However, it appears as nothing escalated further than a few verbal insults.
Last time the two met in the ring, Chisora was the heavier of the two at 250.2 with Whyte at 246.2lbs, with the latter going on to win a controversial decision two years ago.
Elsewhere on the card, Charlie Edwards weighed in at 111.5lbs for his flyweight world title fight against tough competitor Cristofer Rosales.
David Price weighed in at 253.3lbs for his fight against Tom Little, which was his lowest weight since his controversial defeat to Erkan Teper in 2015.
To compare, he weighed 275lbs against Christian Hammer in 2017.