light flyweight


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light flyweight

n
1. (Boxing)
a. an amateur boxer weighing not more than 48 kg (106 pounds)
b. (as modifier): a light-flyweight fight.
2. (Wrestling) a wrestler in a similar weight category
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Noun1.light flyweight - an amateur boxer who weighs no more than 106 pounds
boxer, pugilist - someone who fights with his fists for sport
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