strawweight

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strawweight

a. a professional boxer weighing not more than 47.6 kg (105 pounds)
b. (as modifier): the strawweight title
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Samuel Salva faces Pedro Taduran for the vacant IBF World Minimumweight titlehttps://t.co/e5BOqFo1fm pic.twitter.com/Hskjf5x3fj
Salva also TKO'd Marco John Rementizo of Cagayan de Oro City to win the MinProba minimumweight title last Oct.
But the Chinese champ is no push-over, having defeated Javier MartE[degrees]nez Resendiz for the vacant WBC Minimumweight Championship, making him the first Chinese boxer to ever win a world title.
IBF minimumweight champion Nkosinathi Joyi of South Africa retained his crown in a no-contest against Japanese challenger Katsunari Takayama on Saturday.
The match will be part of a world double-header, with Hasegawa's second-ranked compatriot Katsunari Takayama set to challenge WBA minimumweight champion Roman Gonzalez of Nicaragua.
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Japan's Keitaro Hoshino lost his World Boxing Association (WBA) minimumweight crown in his first attempt at a title defense Monday in a majority decision against top-ranked challenger Noel Arambulet of Venezuela.
Once a WBC minimumweight title challenger, Cuello took nearly a four-year layoff to recover from two right shoulder surgeries but is now on the comeback trail.
Filipino champion Vic Saludar meets Wilfredo Mendez of Puerto Rico on Saturday night (Sunday morning in Manila) in the second defense of his World Boxing Organization (WBO) minimumweight crown in San Juan.
Reigning World Boxing Organization (WBO) World minimumweight champion Vic "Vicious" Saludar of Polomolok, South Cotabato will defend his title against Wilfredo "Bimbito" Mendez of Puerto Rico on Aug.
The card will be topped by a female world title fight as Joana Pastrana defends her IBF minimumweight crown against Yokasta Valle.
Ioka (24-2), who lost to Nietes on New Year's Eve right before 2019, became Japan's first four-division champion after previously holding the WBC and WBA World minimumweight, WBA World light flyweight, IBF World flyweight, and WBA World flyweight titles.