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PostPosted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 8:04 am 
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A.Khan vs J.Diaz at a 143-pound catchweight.
The two meet on April 27,2013 in Sheffield, England

Links: http://www.boxnation.com/boxing-matches ... ulio-diaz/

http://www.badlefthook.com/2013/4/5/418 ... rebuilding

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1621 ... 140-pounds

http://www.boxingnews24.com/2013/02/kha ... 7th-in-uk/

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 08, 2019 5:11 am 
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Latest Updates re- Catchweight King in Boxing History as of August 7-8, 2019.

Saul Canelo Alvarez is the P4P Catch weight king. Read below ---

Is Canelo chasing the wrong throne as “Catch Weight King?”
By Logan Henry - October 23, 2015
Link: http://thaboxingvoice.com/is-canelo-cha ... ing/53191/

1st fight S.Alvarez vs Carlos Baldomir @ a CatchWeight of 151lbs last 18Sep.2010.

2nd fight S.Alvarez vs Matthew Hatton @ a catchweight of 150lbs last March 5, 2011.

3rd fight S.Alvarez vs Mayweather Jr @ a Catchweight of 152lbs on 14 September 2013.

4th fight S.Alvarez vs L.Ndou @ a Catchweight of 150 lbs last December 4, 2010.

5th fight S.Alvarez vs A.Angulo @ 155 lbs Cathweight last March 8, 2014.

6th fight S.Alvarez vs E.Lara @ a Catchweight of 155 lbs last July 12, 2014.

7th fight S.Alvarez vs M.Cotto @ a Catchweight of 155 lbs last November 21, 2015.

8th fight S.ALvarez vs A.Khan @ a Catchweight of 155 lbs last May 7, 2016.

9th fight S.Alvarez vs JKirkland @ a Catchweight of 155 lbs last May 9, 2015.

10th fight S.Alvarez vs Julio Cesar Chavez Jr @ a Catchweight of 164.5 lbs last May 6, 2017.


Here are more Catchweight fights in boxing history:

1A.) Bernard Hopkins vs Kelly Pavlik @ 170lbs CatchWeight last 18 Oct 2008.

1B.) Bernard Hopkins vs Winky Wright @ 170lbs CatchWeight last 21 July 2007.

1C.) Bernard Hopkins vs Oscar Dela Hoya @ 156lbs CatchWeight last 18 Sep 2004.

1D.) Bernard Hopkins vs John David Jackson @ 156lbs CatchWeight last 19April 1997.



2A.) Oscar Dela Hoya vs Bernard Hopkins @ 156lbs CatchWeight last 18 Sep 2004.

2B.) Oscar Dela Hoya vs Steve Forbes @ 150lbs CatchWeight last 03 May 2008.



3A.) Kelly Pavlik vs Jermain Taylor @ 164lbs CatchWeight last 16 Jan 2008.

3B.) Kelly Pavlik vs Bernard Hopkins @ 170lbs CatchWeight last 18 Oct 2008.

4A.) Roy Jones Jr vs Merqui Sosa @ 171lbs CatchWeight last 12 Jan 1996.

4B.) Roy Jones jr vs Felix Trinidad @ 170lbs CatchWeight last 19 Jan 2008.

By the way, Sugar Ray Leonard vs Donny Lalonde fought @ a Catchweight of 167lbs limit for both 168 lbs title and 175 lbs title.

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 08, 2019 5:27 am 
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The Worst Catchweight Bout of All Time is the Sugar Ray Leonard vs Donny Lalonde Bout.

Donny Lalonde had to put up his Light Heavyweight Belt but could not weigh over 168 which is below the Light Heavyweight minimum of 169 (175)

Still cant believe that Farce was allowed to stand


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 08, 2019 9:49 am 
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HUNA wrote:
The Worst Catchweight Bout of All Time is the Sugar Ray Leonard vs Donny Lalonde Bout.

Donny Lalonde had to put up his Light Heavyweight Belt but could not weigh over 168 which is below the Light Heavyweight minimum of 169 (175)

Still cant believe that Farce was allowed to stand


+Totally agree, bro.
I considered it a 'Farce' fight. This was worst than Mayweather vs McGregor clown/joke fight

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 08, 2019 12:03 pm 
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Cotto vs. Martinez, Geale and Canelo were catchweights...
AXF vs. Maidana 2 was catchweight (AXF's WBC and Lineal Jr. Middleweight titles on the line)...
GrandPac vs. JMM 3 and Algieri were catchweights...
SRL vs. Lalonde and Hearns 2 were catchweights...
Armstrong vs. Jenkins and Ross were catchweight...

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 08, 2019 3:54 pm 
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It’s like fight at your own risk. If 2 boxers agreed on a weight limit then its as good as any regularly sanctioned fight. What i don't like here is when people erode one's victory over the other who agreed to cut weight like the Pac-Cotto fight without even considering the smaller guy was actually the one in danger when the bigger man re-gains the weight he wants to have advantage of after the weigh-in.


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 09, 2019 11:02 am 
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Duncan wrote:
It’s like fight at your own risk. If 2 boxers agreed on a weight limit then its as good as any regularly sanctioned fight. What i don't like here is when people erode one's victory over the other who agreed to cut weight like the Pac-Cotto fight without even considering the smaller guy was actually the one in danger when the bigger man re-gains the weight he wants to have advantage of after the weigh-in.


Agree...

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