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Encyclopedia > Bantamweight

The term bantamweight usually refers to a class in boxing or boxers who weigh between 112 and 118 pounds.


Current Bantamweight Champions

Notable Bantamweights


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Jiro Watanabe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (653 words)
Bantamweight champions, as the division was relatively new when he was crowned.
Bantamweight champion Chul-Ho Kim, losing in his first world title bid by a 15 round decision.
Bantamweight champion of the world, Rafael Pedroza of Panama, the cousin of Eusebio Pedroza, travelled to Osaka to defend his belt against Watanabe on April 8.
Johnny Tapia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1310 words)
He defended the title twice before the year was over, with an eleventh round knockout of Henry Martinez and a second round knockout of Rolando Bohol.
On February 18 of 1995, Tapia was given a shot at WBO World Junior Bantamweight champion Jose Rafael Sosa.
Back quickly after that and his first defeat, he was given a chance at the WBO world title belt, and he became a two time World Bantamweight champion by beating Jorge Eliecer Julio by a decision in twelve at Albuquerque on January 8 of 2000.
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