World Light Heavyweight

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List Of CMLL World Light Heavyweight Champions
... The CMLL World Light Heavyweight Championship (Campeonato Mundial Semi Completo de CMLL in Spanish) is a singles professional wrestling world championship promoted by Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL ... The official definition of the Light Heavyweight weight class in Mexico is between 92 kg (200 lb) and 97 kg (210 lb), but is not always strictly enforced ... classes, this division is considered more important than the normally more prestigious heavyweight division of a promotion ...
WSL World Light Heavyweight Championship
... The WSL World Light Heavyweight Championship is a title in the Wrestling Superstars Live promotion ...
Fabrice Tiozzo - Professional Boxing Record
... TKO 6 26/02/2005 Altona, Hamburg, Germany WBA World Light Heavyweight Title. 49-6-2 Silvio "Barbaro" Branco MD 12 20/03/2004 Lyon, Rhone, France WBA World Light Heavyweight Title ... Hill TKO 1 09/12/2000 Villeurbanne, Rhone, France WBA World Cruiserweight Title ...
Bruno Girard - Professional Boxing Record
23-0 Mehdi Sahnoune TKO 7 08/03/2003 Marseille, Bouches-du-Rhône, France WBA World Light Heavyweight Title ... Win 31-2-1 Lou "Honey Boy" Del Valle SD 12 13/07/2002 Palavas-les-Flots, Hérault, France WBA World Light Heavyweight Title ... Win 22-2-1 Thomas Hansvoll UD 12 23/05/2002 Levallois-Perret, Hauts-de-Seine, France WBA World Light Heavyweight Title ...
Leslie Stewart - Professional Boxing Record
... Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Commonwealth Light Heavyweight Title ... M" Moorer TKO 8 25/06/1989 Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States WBO World Light Heavyweight Title. 29/05/1988 Port of Spain, Trinidad Tobago WBC World Light Heavyweight Title ...

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