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This is a list of boxing weight classes. Boxing weight-class names are not always consistent, as shown in the following table.[1]

Weight Limit WBA WBC IBF WBO BoxRec
unlimited Heavyweight
200 lb (90.72 kg) Cruiserweight Junior heavyweight Cruiserweight
175 lb (79.4 kg) Light heavyweight
168 lb (76.2 kg) Super middleweight
160 lb (72.6 kg) Middleweight
154 lb (69.9 kg) Super welterweight Junior middleweight Light middleweight
147 lb (66.7 kg) Welterweight
140 lb (63.5 kg) Super lightweight Junior welterweight Light welterweight
135 lb (61.2 kg) Lightweight
130 lb (59.0 kg) Super featherweight Junior lightweight Super featherweight
126 lb (57.2 kg) Featherweight
122 lb (55.3 kg) Super bantamweight Junior featherweight Super bantamweight
118 lb (53.5 kg) Bantamweight
115 lb (52.2 kg) Super flyweight Junior bantamweight Super flyweight
112 lb (50.8 kg) Flyweight
108 lb (49.0 kg) Light flyweight Junior flyweight Light flyweight
105 lb (47.6 kg) Minimumweight Strawweight Mini flyweight Minimumweight

Olympics weight classes

Current weight classes for boxing at the Summer Olympics are listed in the table below.

Weight (up to) AIBA
91+ kg (200+ lb) Super heavyweight
91 kg (200 lb) Heavyweight
81 kg (178 lb) Light heavyweight
75 kg (165 lb) Middleweight
69 kg (152 lb) Welterweight
64 kg (141 lb) Light welterweight
60 kg (132 lb) Lightweight
57 kg (125 lb) Featherweight
54 kg (119 lb) Bantamweight
51 kg (112 lb) Flyweight
48 kg (106 lb) Light flyweight

See also

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