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- another term for light heavyweight
- ‘I fought as a cruiserweight, and I won the fight by 5th round Knockout.’
- ‘Last night in Reading, the powerful cruiserweight demonstrated to all just why many consider him to be the torchbearer for the future of British boxing.’
- ‘Today, Ali would be a ‘small Heavyweight ‘based on his peak weight and Joe Louis would be a cruiserweight at his best!’’
- ‘How would he have done if he boxed as a cruiserweight?’
- ‘I consider myself fast for a cruiserweight but it did take me a few sparring sessions to work him out.’
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.