Light-heavyweight



noun
1.
a boxer or other contestant intermediate in weight between a middleweight and a heavyweight, especially a professional boxer weighing up to 175 pounds (80 kg).
noun
1.
Also called (in Britain) cruiserweight

2.
a wrestler in a similar weight category (usually 192–214 pounds (87–97 kg))

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