Kambosos finally makes weight for Haney fight after dramatic weigh-in (0:40)

George Kambosos Jr. made weight in front of a loud crowd. There is a time and a place for it.

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The lightweight belts will be on the line on Sunday when George Kambosos Jr. and Devin Haney face off. Saturday at 11 am on ABC/ESPN.

There was a lot of drama here Saturday morning.

Kambosos weighed in at.36 pounds over the weight limit. After stripping down and jumping on the scales for a third time, he came in above the limit.

Kambosos' failure to make weight sparked heated scenes, with the two fighters coming face-to-face, the emotions threatening to boil over as both jeers and cheers rang out from the small but vocal crowd at Margaret Court Arena.

The official weight of 134.49 pounds was recorded by the Australian fighter just over an hour after he returned to the stage.

Kambosos made light of the situation by standing behind him.

He said he might have done it on purpose.

It doesn't change anything. Bring on the art of war. I'm prepared.

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Saturday, June 4th. The undercard features George Kambosos Jr.

Saturday, June 4th. The undisputed lightweight title is up for grabs.

The person weighed in at 134.94 pounds.

The chance to land a psychological blow on Kambosos made Haney want to pile on.

"He ain't made weight, I said he ain't s---, he ain't made weight," he said after being asked what he had said.

I made weight and am a true champion.

He's dry and he's sucked up. I do not know what it is. We need to fight in there. I'm a champion and I make weight.

The news that Bill Haney had been granted a late visa allowed him to be ringside for the fight.

He said that meant a lot to him. Thank you to the Victorian Government and I can't wait for my father to make it.

I'm ready.