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'''Catchweight''' (or catch weight) usually refers to a weight between two recognized [[weight divisions|weight classes]] mutually agreed-upon by the two boxing participants. It also refers to boxers coming in at any weight, with no participant weight restrictions.
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'''Catchweight''' (or catch weight) usually refers to a weight between two recognized [[weight divisions|weight classes]] mutually agreed-upon by the two boxing participants; traditionally, they meet in middle. It also refers to boxers coming in at any weight, with no participant weight restrictions.
  
  
 
[[Category:glossary|catchweight]]
 
[[Category:glossary|catchweight]]

Revision as of 00:32, 16 February 2008

Catchweight (or catch weight) usually refers to a weight between two recognized weight classes mutually agreed-upon by the two boxing participants; traditionally, they meet in middle. It also refers to boxers coming in at any weight, with no participant weight restrictions.