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Some articles on welterweight, title, titles:

Colin Lynes - Boxing Career - Move To Welterweight
... tournament although this time it was the welterweight version at the York Hall in Bethnal Green. 2011 Lynes challenged Lee Purdy for the British welterweight championship, winning after 12 thrilling rounds via majority decision ... Following the win Lynes, who having previously won the light welterweight version of this title, became a two weight British champion and said "I'm right back on track now, that's what it was all about for me." ...
Welterweight - Bodybuilding
... According to the National Physique Association, in bodybuilding a welterweight weighs more than 154.25 lbs and not more than 165.25 lbs ...
Lee Mc Allister
... is a professional boxer who currently holds the Commonwealth light-welterweight championship ... He is a former IBO International light-welterweight champion, former lightweight Commonwealth champion, lightweight and light-welterweight champion of the lightly regarded World Boxing ...
Kermit Cintrón - Professional Record
... México For WBC Light Middleweight title Win 33-4-1 Antwone Smith UD 10 2011-08-12 Family Arena, Saint Charles, Missouri Loss 32-4-1 Carlos Molina UD 10 2011-07-09 Home Depot Center, Carson, California Loss 32-3 ...
Félix Trinidad - Professional Record
... Square Garden, New York, New York Non-title light heavyweight bout. 42-2 Winky Wright UD 12 2005-05-14 MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas WBC Middleweight Title Eliminator ... Boxing Council vacant NABC Middleweight titles ...

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