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THE SUPER FEATHERWEIGHT 54-CARD SET IS NOW AVAILABLE. 

Title Bout II for Windows 1.1.0

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The Super Feathweight Card set consists of 54 boxers who exemplified the division. Almost all the boxers in the set are competitive to some degree, and the division was littered with legitimate and questionable title holders. Questionable because the proliferation of the Alphabet Organizations saw money to be made by naming their own champions and billing matches as title fights.

However, it wasn't just the multiple organizations that allowed some mediocre fighters to claim a championship belt. A common  occurence in the sub-divisions (super or junior, whatever the "new" weight class was labeled) saw champions abdicating their title to either compete in or challenge for a more lucrative title in a division above them.

It wasn't unusual to see a super featherweight move up to face a better known title holder in the featherweight division. For that matter, considering the fact that the differential between weight classes below lightweight was no more than 3 or 4 pounds, it wasn't a stretch to see a fighter move up two weight classes for a shot at a title belt.

Due to the information above, you'll find only a handful of fighters who started as super featherweights (junior lightweights) that fought in that division for most of their careers.

Of course the natural growth factor added to the fluctuation in weight class among the lower divisions. 
A fighter turns pro at age 19 and starts out at flyweight (108 pounds) and by age 22 comfortably weighs in as a bantamweight (115 pounds). 

And while you'll see many familiar names who have carded in a higher division,  you'll also discover new fighters who made boxing history as super featherweights:  Acelino Freitas, Bazooka Limon, Tracy Harris Patterson, Edwin Valero, Alfredo Escalera and others swell the ranks of carded Title Bout II fighters.

Keep in mind, too, that many of the "repeat" fighters are now carded in their best class: Alexis Arguello, Julio Cesar Chavez, Manny Pacquiao, and Genero Hernandez all dominated the 130-pound division.

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An introduction to the TITLE BOUT II BOXER CARD RATINGS GUIDE that will allow you to rate your own boxers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New Article: IS CANELO ALVAREZ OVERRATED?

 

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Was the above article precient?
Dmitry Bivol, a relatively unknown light-heavyweight , unanimously decisions Alvarez. Only three years earlier, Canelo stopped the much better rated Sergey Kovalev in the same weight class.

 

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