Category:Mini Flyweight Division

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Minimum Flyweight (Straw Weight) Division
 
Minimum Flyweight (Straw Weight) Division
  
Set at 105lbs and better known as the mini-flyweight division, the weight class was instigated by the International Boxing Federation in 1987 with a view to giving better opportunities to its members in the Far-East. A popular weight in the early days of gloved fighting it soon caught o' and within six months the World Boxing Council, followed by the World Boxing Association, had also organised title fights
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Set at 105lbs and better known as the mini-flyweight division, the weight class was instigated by the International Boxing Federation in 1987 with a view to giving better opportunities to its members in the Far-East. A popular weight in the early days of gloved fighting it soon caught on, and within six months the World Boxing Council, followed by the World Boxing Association, had also organised title fights
  
 
All weights up to 105lbs
 
All weights up to 105lbs

Revision as of 17:03, 25 November 2011

Minimum Flyweight (Straw Weight) Division

Set at 105lbs and better known as the mini-flyweight division, the weight class was instigated by the International Boxing Federation in 1987 with a view to giving better opportunities to its members in the Far-East. A popular weight in the early days of gloved fighting it soon caught on, and within six months the World Boxing Council, followed by the World Boxing Association, had also organised title fights

All weights up to 105lbs

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