light flyweight


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light flyweight

a. an amateur boxer weighing not more than 48 kg (106 pounds)
b. (as modifier): a light-flyweight fight
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My new weight (flyweight) allows me to prepare well for the 2020 Olympic Games as light flyweight will not be featuring on the new program,' said Bakari.
class="MsoNormalNairobi had a good display in light flyweight, winning two bouts against KDF's one as both teams level 2-2 in light welterweight.
Ireland, too, have suffered heavy losses with David Oliver Joyce, light flyweight Paddy Barnes, a double bronze medallist, and light heavyweight Joe Ward both losing.
Nagaowa won the international light flyweight title of the Women's International Boxing Association (IBA) against Chinese fighter Lou Yu Jie last June 8.
It marked Nietes' reign as a world champion in the minimum weight and light flyweight divisions lasting seven years, two months and 15 days.
PADDY BARNES set up a foursome battle for Ireland's Olympic boxers as he cruised into the light flyweight quarter-final.
Meanwhile, Mohammad Waseem beat Madan Lal 19-12 in semi-final of Mens Flyweight (52kg) of 2nd Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Boxing Tournament while Peter Mungai of Kenya defeated Pakistans Mohammad Nisar 18-8 in Mens Light Flyweight (46-49kg).
South Bank's national novices champion Mohammed Waqas was denied a title double this term as he lost 13-4 to Raza Hamza of Aston, Birmingham in the Class Six light flyweight final.
China s Zou Shiming (light flyweight), Somjit Jongjohor of Thailand (light flyweight) and Mongolia s Enkhbatyn Badar-Uugan (batamweight) will all start amongst the favourites.
Amateur Boxing Scotland eastern district president Jimmy Dunn said: "If Scotland was asked to provide an amateur international team from light flyweight to super-heavyweight we couldn't do it, compared to 20 years ago when we regularly could and did.
Welshman Mohammed Nasir outscored India's Balbir Singh 25-12 to land light flyweight gold.
A gold medal winner in the light flyweight category in 2012 AIBA Women's World Boxing Championships, the lovely but feisty Gabuco assured her injury will be healed in two weeks' time and that she'll be back at full strength before the SEA Games on November 30-December 11.