UPDATE #3 (4:51 p.m. ET): A scheduled undercard fight between Bryan Lua and Dan Murray will no longer take place; Murray weighed 141 pounds, far exceeding the contracted lightweight limit.

UPDATE #2 (4:12 p.m. ET): Adam Lopez and Luis Coria both successfully made weight within the allotted one-hour time limit. Lopez returned at 125.8 pounds, while Coria dropped all the way down to 124.7 pounds, both well within the 126-pound featherweight limit to preserve their regional title fight.

UPDATE #1 (3:54 p.m. ET): Jessie Magdaleno returned to the scales well within the allotted one-hour limit, officially weighing in at 127.9 pounds for Thursday's main event versus Yenifel Vicente.

After being forced to go more than three months without staging a boxing event, Top Rank will now move forward with its second show in a span of 48-hours.

Just two days after Shakur Stevenson and his supporting cast helped welcome boxing to a televised audience in the United States, Jessie Magdaleno and Yenifel Vicente are prepared to do the same. For now, the headliner is contingent upon Jessie Magdaleno shedding slight excess weight for their scheduled 10-round featherweight clash, which airs live on ESPN (Thursday, 8:00 p.m. ET/5:00 p.m. PT) from MGM Grand Conference Center Grand Ballroom in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Magdaleno—a locally-bred former 122-pound titlist—weighed in at 128.1 pounds and will have one hour to get down the contracted 128-pound limit. Vicente—a 33-year old Dominican knockout artist based out of Miami—checked in at 126.4 pounds.

Both will be fighting for the first time in 2020. Magdaleno (27-1, 18KOs) enjoyed two wins in a bounceback 2019 campaign, where he moved up in weight following a heartbreaking 11th round loss to Isaac Dogboe to end his 122-pound title reign in April 2018.

Magdaleno ended an 11-month hiatus following his lone career loss, scoring a 10-round decision over fellow former 122-pound titlist Rico Ramos last March. Five months later came his most recent fight to date, a technical decision win over Rafael Rivera last August in Los Angeles.

Vicente (36-4-2, 28KOs) managed three fights in 2019, though his lone appearance in the lower 48 states resulted in his first loss in more than five years. A 10-round decision defeat at the hands of unbeaten junior featherweight prospect Tramaine Williams last July snapped a 10-fight win streak for the 14-year veteran, who turns 34 later this month. His best win to date remains his 2015 Knockout-of-the-Year entrant with a one-hit quit of unbeaten Juan Dominguez.

Following the loss to Williams, Vicente bounced back with a 4th round stoppage of Rodolfo Hernandez last October in Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico.

The aforementioned main event tops a five-fight bill, with all boxers making weight and—to date—testing negative for coronavirus disease (COVID-19). All event participants are subject to mandatory testing prior to gaining access to the area designated as “the bubble” at the hosting MGM property. Another round of testing will come following Wednesday’s weigh-in.

Adam ‘Blunose’ Lopez (13-2, 6KOs) weighed 126.3 pounds for his scheduled 10-round regional featherweight title fight versus Moreno Valley, California prospect Luis Coria (12-2, 7KOs) who weighed 126.4 pounds. Both were slightly over the featherweight limit as a regional title (NABF featherweight) is at stake, and will have one-hour to make the contracted limit.

Lopez returns to the ESPN circuit for the first time since a valiant-in-defeat stoppage loss at the hands of former featherweight titlist Oscar Valdez last November. Lopez took the bout on less than 24 hours’ notice, with his stock soaring in defeat. 

[Writer's note: Both have since made weight to preserve their fight. Lopez weighed 125.8 pounds on his second attempt, while Coria weighed 124.7 pounds]

Also on the show:

Madera, California’s Bryan Lua (5-0, 2KOs) weighed 134.8 pounds for his six-round lightweight bout versus Dan Murray (5-3, 0KOs) of Lanoka Harbor, New Jersey who was well over the mark at 141 pounds; [UPDATE: this fight has been canceled due to Murray being too far above the contracted limit]

Eric Mondragon (3-0, 2KOs) weighed 133 pounds—needing two tries to hit the mark—as he faces Mike Danny Sanchez (6-0, 2KOs), who tipped the scales at 132.3 pounds for their battle of unbeaten California lightweights;

Gabriel Muratalla (2-0, 2KOs), Fontana, California, checked in at 118.3 pounds for his scheduled four-round bantamweight heat versus Fernando Robles (2-2, 0KO), Pearland, Texas, who weighed in right at the 118-pound divisional limit.

Jake Donovan is a senior writer for BoxingScene.com. Twitter: @JakeNDaBox