By Jake Donovan

Tevin Farmer and Guillaume Frenois woke up Saturday morning fighting fit.

The pair of super featherweights both came within the required limits of the International Boxing Federation (IBF) title fight.

Farmer tipped the scales at 139.8 pounds, gaining roughly 10 pounds since Friday’s official weigh-in where he was 129 3/4 pounds. Frenois added just five pounds in that same span, weighing 134.6 pounds on Saturday morning after coming in at 129 1/2 pounds on Friday.

As per IBF rules, all sanctioned bouts under its supervision require a 2nd day weigh-in where participants cannot weigh more than 10 pounds above the contracted limit. Farmer and Frenois did just that, both coming within the 140-pound tolerable limit for Saturday’s 130-pound title fight which takes place at College Park Center in Arlington, Texas.

The bout will stream live on DAZN in supporting capacity to a unification bout between unbeaten 140-pound titlists Jose Carlos Ramirez and local favorite Maurice Hooker.

Farmer (29-4-1, 6KOs) attempts the fourth defense of the title he claimed on his second try, soundly outpointing Billy Dib on the road in Australia last August. The win came eight months after his flat out being robbed of the title in a horrifically scored split decision defeat to Japan’s Kenichi Ogawa in Dec. 2017, only for the verdict to be overturned and the belt vacated when Ogawa tested positive for a banned substance.

Farmer’s latest defense came in the form of a homecoming win over Ireland’s Jono Carroll this past March at Liacouras Center in Philadelphia. Farmer posted a 12-round decision for his fourth title fight win in a span of just over eight months. His forthcoming title defense gives him five title fights in 51 weeks, albeit versus meager opposition.

France’s Frenois (46-1-1, 12KOs) enters his first career title fight riding a 16-fight unbeaten streak, although he was held to a draw in his last outing which came versus Carroll last December.

Saturday’s bout will also mark the U.S. debut for Frenois and seventh fight overall outside of his home country.

Jake Donovan is a senior writer for Twitter: @JakeNDaBox