nontitle

nontitle

(ˌnɒnˈtaɪtəl)
adj
(of a sporting match, esp in boxing) not played or fought for a title
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Francisco Vargas, the former WBC king, will be the man in the opposite corner to 32-year-old 'Swifty' on the HBO-aired 'Warriors Collide' card, with the pair doing battle in a 12-round nontitle contest.
I'll be fighting this year - a nontitle fight, with an announcement made this week," the 30-year-old said.
They are also vying with top-flight rivals Golcar and Jedi Sports Championship runners-up Armitage Bridge to take the Hopkinson Trophy, awarded to the nontitle winning first XI with the best record over the last six matches.
He was due to defend the belt against Peter Quillin, who vacated the title rather than face Korobov, in New York in April but the fight, which ended a draw, was a nontitle bout as Quillin failed to make the weight.
Peter |Kane The Jurich clash went ahead as a nontitle fight and even a Lynch lost in a fog of alcohol had enough to batter his top challenger.
Mayweather has announced he intends to relinquish his WBA, WBC and WBO belts as his career is coming to an end anyway - so any fight with Khan would probably be a nontitle contest.
The ex-world champion wants to fight WBA light-heavyweight champion Juergen Braehmer and the first step is a nontitle fight.
He added that his promotion would advocate for all athletic commissions to conduct outofcompetition tests for all their main event fighters for title and nontitle fights.
Norton broke Ali's jaw in their first bout, beating him by split decision in 1973 in a nontitle fight in San Diego.
Local welterweight Chris Steel topped the bill in a nontitle bout and saw off Danny Doncheve 80-72.
In the months that followed, Ketchel moved his camp to New York City and engaged in several nontitle bouts.
Belfast's Lindsay, 28, will keep busy when he boxes an eight-round nontitle contest against a selected opponent on the undercard of a show being televised live by Sky Sports.