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Super bantamweight

It also known as Super Bantamweight (WBA/WBC) and Junior Featherweight (IBF/WBO) and Light Featherweight, the maximum weight for this division is 122 pounds (55.3 kg or 8 stone 10 lbs).

Super middleweight

Super middleweight

It is also known as Junior Light Heavyweight,The maximum weight for this division is 168 pounds (76.2 kg or 12 stone).

The super middleweight division was first established by the Ohio Boxing Commission in 1974 and then dramatic as a World Athletic Association bout in 1982. The division was next renowned in 1984 by the International Boxing Federation (IBF) covering weights between 160 and 168 lbs. The division was acknowledged by the World Boxing Association (WBA) in 1987 and by the World Boxing Council (WBC) in 1988.

Super featherweight

Super featherweight

It is Known as Super Featherweight (WBA/WBC).Also known as Junior Lightweight (IBF/WBO).The maximum weight for this division is 130 pounds (59 kg or 9 stone 4 lbs).

The super featherweight division was formed by the New York Walker Law in 1920, although first recognized by the New York State Athletic Commission (NYSAC) in 1930. The first English champion was Battling Kid Nelson in 1914 who lost his title to Benny "Kid" Berger in 1915. Artie O’Leary also claimed this lightly regarded title in 1917. This weight class can be divided into two distinct historical periods-921-1933 and 1959-present.

Speed bags

Speed bags

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Speed bags are small, air-filled bags anchored at the top to bounce back platform parallel to the ground. It helps a fighter can learn to keep his hands up, recover hand-eye coordination and learn to shift weight between feet when punching.

South paw

South paw

Southpaw is a term in boxing that assigns the normal posture for a left-handed boxer. The boxer in southpaw can put forward his right hand and right leg leading with right punch. Left-handed boxers are generally taught to box in a southpaw position. It gives a strategic importance to the fighter to fight with an opponent. A skilled right handed boxer will change his position as left-handed as an advantage that many of them lack tactics to fight against lefties.

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