featherweight


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an amateur boxer who weighs no more than 126 pounds

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weighs 126-139 pounds

a professional boxer who weighs between 123 and 126 pounds

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The move to featherweight looks questionable if a lack of power was the issue at 122lbs.
I'll probably go back down to featherweight as I was maybe a little lighter than my opponents at super feather.
com/2013/8/4/4586408/ufc-163-tweets-pros-react-korean-zombie-injury-jose-aldo-phil-davis-vs-lyoto-machida) tweeted fellow featherweight fighter Erik Jon Koch.
Another Featherweight I just purchased, in 7x57 Mauser with the light barrel, weighs 6-3/4 pounds on the same scale.
In the main event of the evening top ten consensus ranked Featherweights square off when #4 Marlon Sandro (17-1) defends his SRC Featherweight Title against #8 Hatsu Hioki (22-4-2) in a bout that Michael "The Voice" Schiavello described as "truly exceptional.
Problem was Gethin couldn't make the 9st featherweight limit so to save the show it was agreed that the fight would go ahead at 9st 4lb - the super featherweight limit and that the title was vacant.
He said: "John is the top featherweight in Europe but if he drops down to super bantamweight he can win world titles.
The replacement galleys, the B767 FeatherWeight Galley Refresh System, is designed to reduce overall weight and use available space more effectively.
BARNEY EASTWOOD shot to sporting prominence as the manager of featherweight boxing champion Barry McGuigan during the 1980s, writes Turia Tellwright.
The former WBO featherweight champion lost his licence over a year ago after failing to defend against Nicky Cook in December 2006 because of problems making the weight.
BOXING: Former world featherweight champion Scott Harrison has vowed to return to the ring by January after admitting the last two years have been a "complete waste".
At stake will be Barrera's World Boxing Council super featherweight belt.
But the prize he really wants is a world title fight and promoter Frank Warren is hoping to deliver next year if the 2003 ABA featherweight champion, who has won his first 21 professional fights, continues his progress tonight.
SCOTT HARRISON showed he's the daddy in and out of the ring by stopping Michael Brodie in four to retain his WBO world featherweight crown on Friday night.
It will debut the latest in lightweight cylinder assemblies for the HomeFill II with its new featherweight line of portable oxygen cylinders.