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Some 50 years after it went out of production, a "brand new" Lightweight E-Type Jaguar has been rolled out of the company's Coventry factory.
Only 12 of the aluminium-bodied Lightweight E-types were eventually built and the remaining six designated chassis numbers having lain dormant, until now.
A 1963 Silverstone |Lightweight E-type; and (below) the reborn Lightweights
But the 2014 version will be con-fined to a strictly limited run of just six cars - completing a series of special Lightweight E-Types the firm failed to finish more than 50 years ago.
Julio Diaz gave up his International Boxing Federation lightweight belt to challenge Jose Luis Castillo for his World Boxing Council belt, so you can bet he wants to make that move bear fruit.
Thousands of female bowhunters and youth archers shoot bows with draw weights that some macho males would consider whimpy, but the lightweights still kill game for two reasons.
Although it had been previously announced as a go, the title unification fight between lightweight champions Diego Corrales and Jose Luis Castillo scheduled for March 5 in Las Vegas last week was officially called off by Showtime executives when negotiations with the Corrales camp fell apart.
Ever Beleno, 10 rounds, lightweights, San Jacinto, HBO.
Duran, who would go on to become one of the greatest lightweights ever, made a big statement when he refused to fight Buchanan again.
Billed as the ``Battle by the Sea,'' the main event on the opening date will be a bout between junior lightweights Eddie Contreras of Santa Paula and Mike Dallas of Bakersfield for the state title.
Among others: Solly Smith, who beat the great George Dixon to win the featherweight title in 1897; Genaro Hernandez, who also could climb with a few more key victories; Richie Lemos, the featherweight champ for four months in 1941; Joe Rivers, one of the great lightweights of the 1910s; Carlos Palomino, who stopped John Stracey to win the welterweight title in 1976 and fights on; George Latka, a top featherweight in the early '40s with a rock-solid chin; and Gabriel Ruelas of Sylmar, who outpointed James Leija to win the WBC super featherweight title in 1994.

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