In boxing, a weight class is a standardized weight range for boxers. The lower
limit of a weight class is equal to the upper weight limit of the class below it.
May 12, 2015 ... The currently-recognized weight divisions/classes for professional male boxers,
listed in maximum allowable kilograms/pounds, as defined by ...
Mar 15, 2016 ... During the 19th and again at the beginning of the 20th century, the popularity of
boxing brought about the formation of weight divisions other ...
Boxing weight classes are a way of ensuring that boxers of similar size and
weight are matched up. While one can argue that a true champion would fight ...
For an evenly matched and fairer fight, weight classes originally split professional
male boxers into eight categories: flyweight, bantamweight, featherweight, ...
Sep 14, 2012 ... We've put together all the weights and weight classes in Kilos and Pounds. ... I
think it can be surprising, just how light some boxers are, and yet ...
Amateur boxing weight classes for men. Light flyweight 106 lbs/48 kg. Flyweight
112 lbs/51 kg. Bantamweighy 119 lbs/54 kg. Feather weight 125 lbs/57 kg.
Jun 18, 2015 ... Out of the 17 alphabetical weight classes across boxing, amateur boxing
accommodates 11 different classes that encompass very specific ...
Boxing and other combat sports divide competitors into weight classes in order to
prevent injury, ensure fair competition and provide a more exciting fight.
My weightlifting comrades and I have often discussed what makes for the ideal
body weight for athletes in our sport. My discussion on triple-division boxing ...