In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1peso pluma masculinebefore noun featherweight champion — campeona de peso pluma feminine
- At the 2003 games, the USA qualified a spot in three divisions: featherweight, welterweight and super heavyweight.
- I moved up from flyweight to featherweight, and, by 1960, had won the British title.
- Henry Armstrong held world titles at featherweight, lightweight and welterweight simultaneously and won 150 fights.
- When the pair fought their hearts out for the honour of winning the World Boxing Council's featherweight belt, they showed us - amidst the blood and the brutality - all that is noble, honest and decent about the sweet science of bruising.
- A punch from Naseem misses Vuyani during their World Boxing Organisation featherweight title fight in London on Saturday night.
- When Michael Brodie of Manchester fought South Korea's Injin Chi last October for the vacant World Boxing Council featherweight title, by common consent it was one of Britain's best fights of 2003.
- Steve Bell is a real boxer and he won British Amateur Boxing Association's featherweight title in 1998, the same year this film was made.
- Michael Brodie's heroic win over Maurin has earned him special praise from referee Richie Davies, who handled the gruelling World Boxing Federation featherweight title fight last month.
- So the Europeans tend to dominate the categories other than flyweight, featherweight and bantamweight.
- But the featherweight champion has vowed to carry on regardless of his snub and is now praying his promoters can land a big name for him to fight at that venue on June 21.
- ‘I know people still doubt me when I say this but there is no boxer in the junior bantamweight, bantamweight and even junior featherweight who can stand in front of Vabaza and not feel the heat,’ he insists.
- Hey, everybody thinks my secret desire is to be the first female featherweight boxing champ.
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