View Full Version : question abouts weights in boxing


kdr
04-25-2005, 11:01 AM
hi guys
i.am new in boxing and i want to know how many weight there's in
boxing world and if anyone tell me in which weight i play my weight is 171.96 lbs (78kg) and 10x . :boxing:

Dyl-G
04-25-2005, 07:16 PM
Listed in Kg/Lbs

Straw weight - 48/105
Mini flyweight - 48/105
Junior flyweight - 49/108
Light flyweight - 49/108
Flyweight - 51/112
Junior Bantam - 52/115
Super flyweight - 52/115
Bantamweight - 54/118
Junior featherweight - 55/122
Super bantamweight - 55/122
Featherweight - 57 - 126
Junior lightweight - 59/130
Super featherweight - 59/130
Lightweight - 61/135
Junior welterweight - 65/140
Super lightweight - 65/140
Welterweight - 67/147
Junior middleweight - 70/154
Super welterweight - 70/154
Middleweight - 73/160
Super middleweight - 76/168
Light heavyweight - 79/175
Cruiserweight - 86/190
Heavyweight - 86+/190+

Tha Greatest
04-25-2005, 07:25 PM
Listed in Kg/Lbs

Straw weight - 48/105
Mini flyweight - 48/105
Junior flyweight - 49/108
Light flyweight - 49/108
Flyweight - 51/112
Junior Bantam - 52/115
Super flyweight - 52/115
Bantamweight - 54/118
Junior featherweight - 55/122
Super bantamweight - 55/122
Featherweight - 57 - 126
Junior lightweight - 59/130
Super featherweight - 59/130
Lightweight - 61/135
Junior welterweight - 65/140
Super lightweight - 65/140
Welterweight - 67/147
Junior middleweight - 70/154
Super welterweight - 70/154
Middleweight - 73/160
Super middleweight - 76/168
Light heavyweight - 79/175
Cruiserweight - 86/190
Heavyweight - 86+/190+

Heavyweight is 201+ not 190+

Pretty Boy
04-25-2005, 10:24 PM
Yeah,they just made cruiserweight 10lbs heavier.

akins12732
04-25-2005, 10:48 PM
what are the amatuer classes?

Hunna
04-26-2005, 04:49 AM
48 light fly
51 fly
54 bantam
57 feather
60 light
64 junior welter
69 welter
75 middle
81 light heavy
91 heavy
91+ super heavy
* amatuer divisions according to olympics rules
kDR, ur a light-heavyweight, if u lose 3 kg plus , ur in middle

akins12732
04-26-2005, 05:50 PM
how about that in lbs?

akins12732
04-26-2005, 11:31 PM
anybody convert that...

Bubba3000
04-26-2005, 11:34 PM
A kilogram is 2.2 pounds. Doing math keeps the brain sharp.

akins12732
04-27-2005, 12:07 AM
or nevermind

Hunna
04-27-2005, 09:11 AM
i'm from Australia and thats how we do it, the world is metric i thought, i thought we were over crappy empirial system, world olympic boxing committee use metric man, so i guess we all gotta do the same.

akins12732
04-27-2005, 07:47 PM
im from the USA and thats not how we do it here