Four pounds does not seem like much but Carl Frampton is delighted he has made the move up to Featherweight after struggling to make weight for his super-bantamweight clashes.
Frampton - at super-bantamweight - saw off the challenge of Scott Quigg in Manchester last February - to claim the WBA and IBF World titles = but decided after that, that he had to move up foour pounds to featherweight.
“I’m in better spirits and hated fight week at super-bantamweight.
“It was a slog but now I’m enjoying it more and you’re going to see even better performances because of that,” he said.
“I think I can go up another weight too - become a world champion at that weight and I go down as a three-weight world champion, the only ever Irishman to do that, and then you’re talking about the hall of fame and that’s a big deal.
“I am trying to build a legacy and to do that you have to fight in America and take these risky fights. I am enjoying boxing again and that will show in Vegas.”