Tuesday, January 6, 2015

What Do Super Flyweights Rehydrate To? An Unofficial Weight Reference List

The following is a list compiled from our main page:

Fight Night Boxing Weights: A List Of Unofficial Weigh-in Weights After Rehydration

Please note: This particular reference list page is reserved only for Flyweights fighting without catch-weights, that we have on file. Where we have seen catch-weights implemented within the division's range, we will make note. This page is meant to answer the question only of what your standard Flyweight rehydration will look like for educational purposes, whether you are interested academically or for betting purposes, debate, whatever. I hope you find it helpful if you've recently done a search for it. If you like what we do here, please bookmark, share, link to us, comment, etc. If you have a correction on any typos or special, relevant information you feel we should make note of, any error or anything at all, please feel free to comment. What we get the most response to we will likely work the most to expand on. Thanks for your visit.

Super Flyweight, AKA Junior Bantamweight: 115

Carlos Cuadras VS McWilliams Arroyo - Contested at Super Flyweight 

Cuadras: Official: 114.6 - Unofficial: 126 
Arroyo: Official: 114.2 - Unofficial: 123.8 

Wisaksil Wangek VS Juan Francisco Estrada - Contested at Super Flyweight

Wangek: Official: 114.8 - Unofficial: 129.6
Estrada: Official: 115 - Unofficial: 126.2

For the next heaviest weight (Bantamweight) click here
For the next lightest weight (Flyweight) click here

Source: Sources for all matches are during the fight broadcast's tale of the tape unless otherwise noted.

Post comments for any potential corrections or requests, please.

Work that bag,
Basement Gym Boxing

No comments:

Post a Comment