flyweight definition

  • noun:
    • A weight division in expert boxing having an upper restriction of 112 pounds (50.4 kilograms), between junior flyweight and junior bantamweight.
    • A boxer competing inside weight unit.
    • an identical fat unit in other recreations, such as for instance weightlifting.
    • A contestant in this body weight division.
    • Something that is especially tiny, light, or inconsequential.
    • a weight that moves outward based on centrifugal force.
    • a weight unit of professional boxing between junior flyweight and junior bantamweight; a boxer inside division
    • an equivalent unit and contestant in wrestling
    • small, light or unimportant
    • weighs no more than 115 pounds
    • an amateur boxer which weighs no more than 112 weight
    • A weight division in expert boxing having an upper limitation of 112 weight (50.4 kilograms), between junior flyweight and junior bantamweight.
    • A boxer competing within fat unit.
    • an identical fat unit various other recreations, such as for instance weightlifting.
    • A contestant within fat division.
    • Something that is very little, light, or inconsequential.
    • a weight that moves outward according to centrifugal power.
    • a weight division of expert boxing between junior flyweight and junior bantamweight; a boxer in this unit
    • an identical division and contestant in wrestling
    • little, light or unimportant
    • weighs a maximum of 115 weight
    • an amateur boxer whom weighs only 112 weight
    • A weight unit in expert boxing having an upper limitation of 112 weight (50.4 kilograms), between junior flyweight and junior bantamweight.
    • A weight division in expert boxing having an upper limitation of 112 pounds (50.4 kilograms), between junior flyweight and junior bantamweight.
    • A weight division in professional boxing having an upper restriction of 112 pounds (50.4 kilograms), between junior flyweight and junior bantamweight.
    • A boxer competing within weight unit.
    • A boxer contending in this body weight unit.
    • an equivalent weight unit in other sports, including weightlifting.
    • A boxer competing in this weight division.
    • A similar fat division in other recreations, including weightlifting.
    • A similar fat unit various other sports, like weightlifting.
    • A weight unit in expert boxing having an upper restriction of 112 pounds (50.4 kilograms), between junior flyweight and junior bantamweight.
    • A weight unit in professional boxing having an upper restriction of 112 pounds (50.4 kilograms), between junior flyweight and junior bantamweight.
    • A weight unit in professional boxing having an upper limitation of 112 pounds (50.4 kilograms), between junior flyweight and junior bantamweight.
    • A weight unit in professional boxing having an upper limit of 112 pounds (50.4 kilograms), between junior flyweight and junior bantamweight.
    • A contestant within body weight unit.
    • A weight unit in professional boxing having an upper limitation of 112 weight (50.4 kilograms), between junior flyweight and junior bantamweight.
    • A weight division in professional boxing having an upper limit of 112 weight (50.4 kilograms), between junior flyweight and junior bantamweight.
    • A contestant inside fat division.
    • A weight division in expert boxing having an upper restriction of 112 pounds (50.4 kilograms), between junior flyweight and junior bantamweight.
    • A boxer competing within body weight unit.
    • A boxer competing inside body weight unit.
    • A boxer competing inside body weight unit.
    • A boxer contending within fat unit.
    • Something that is especially tiny, light, or inconsequential.
    • A boxer contending inside body weight division.
    • something which is very small, light, or inconsequential.
    • an identical fat unit in other sports, like weightlifting.
    • A boxer competing within weight division.
    • A boxer competing inside body weight unit.
    • an identical body weight division in other activities, including weightlifting.
    • an equivalent fat division various other activities, such as weightlifting.
    • A similar weight unit various other activities, such as weightlifting.
    • a weight that moves outward depending on centrifugal power.
    • an equivalent weight unit various other activities, like weightlifting.
    • an equivalent body weight division various other activities, such as for instance weightlifting.
    • an equivalent weight division in other sports, such weightlifting.
    • a weight that moves outward based on centrifugal power.
    • A contestant in this fat unit.
    • A contestant within weight unit.
    • A contestant inside body weight division.
    • A contestant in this fat unit.
    • A contestant inside weight division.
    • a thing that is especially small, light, or inconsequential.
    • A contestant inside body weight division.
    • a weight division of expert boxing between junior flyweight and junior bantamweight; a boxer within unit
    • Something that is especially small, light, or inconsequential.
    • A contestant in this weight unit.
    • A contestant in this fat unit.
    • something which is especially tiny, light, or inconsequential.
    • a weight unit of expert boxing between junior flyweight and junior bantamweight; a boxer inside unit
    • Something that is specially small, light, or inconsequential.
    • a thing that is especially little, light, or inconsequential.
    • a weight that moves outward according to centrifugal power.
    • an equivalent unit and contestant in wrestling
    • something which is specially tiny, light, or inconsequential.
    • a weight that moves outward depending on centrifugal force.
    • a weight that moves outward dependent on centrifugal force.
    • an identical unit and contestant in wrestling
    • a weight that moves outward according to centrifugal force.
    • a weight unit of expert boxing between junior flyweight and junior bantamweight; a boxer in this unit
    • little, light or unimportant
    • a weight division of expert boxing between junior flyweight and junior bantamweight; a boxer within unit
    • a weight unit of expert boxing between junior flyweight and junior bantamweight; a boxer within unit
    • a weight that moves outward depending on centrifugal force.
    • little, light or unimportant
    • a weight division of professional boxing between junior flyweight and junior bantamweight; a boxer in this unit
    • a similar unit and contestant in wrestling
    • a similar division and contestant in wrestling
    • an identical unit and contestant in wrestling
    • something which is particularly small, light, or inconsequential.
    • a weight that moves outward according to centrifugal force.
    • weighs only 115 pounds
    • the same unit and contestant in wrestling
    • weighs in at a maximum of 115 weight
    • a thing that is very tiny, light, or inconsequential.
    • a weight unit of expert boxing between junior flyweight and junior bantamweight; a boxer within division
    • little, light or unimportant
    • small, light or unimportant
    • small, light or unimportant
    • an amateur boxer whom weighs a maximum of 112 pounds
    • a weight that moves outward dependent on centrifugal force.
    • an amateur boxer just who weighs only 112 weight
    • tiny, light or unimportant
    • an identical unit and contestant in wrestling
    • a weight that moves outward depending on centrifugal power.
    • a weight division of expert boxing between junior flyweight and junior bantamweight; a boxer inside unit
    • a weight unit of expert boxing between junior flyweight and junior bantamweight; a boxer within division
    • weighs a maximum of 115 weight
    • weighs in at no more than 115 weight
    • weighs in at only 115 pounds
    • little, light or unimportant
    • a weight unit of professional boxing between junior flyweight and junior bantamweight; a boxer within unit
    • an identical unit and contestant in wrestling
    • weighs in at no more than 115 weight
    • an amateur boxer whom weighs in at no more than 112 pounds
    • an equivalent unit and contestant in wrestling
    • an amateur boxer whom weighs a maximum of 112 pounds
    • an amateur boxer who weighs a maximum of 112 weight
    • tiny, light or unimportant
    • an amateur boxer which weighs no more than 112 pounds
    • weighs a maximum of 115 weight
    • the same division and contestant in wrestling
    • small, light or unimportant
    • an amateur boxer just who weighs no more than 112 pounds
    • weighs in at a maximum of 115 pounds
    • weighs a maximum of 115 pounds
    • small, light or unimportant
    • an amateur boxer who weighs only 112 weight
    • weighs no more than 115 pounds
    • an amateur boxer just who weighs only 112 weight
    • an amateur boxer just who weighs in at a maximum of 112 pounds

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