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Alvarez, who is a former UFC and Bellator lightweight champion, just signed with ONE Championship three months ago.
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.
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.
THE label 'lightweight' is used as a term of abuse throughout pubs up and down the land by small-minded individuals who like to criticise a friend's capacity for alcohol, writes Steve Palmer.
BRITAIN's lightweight squad had a superb second day at the Lucerne World Cup round with the lightweight women's quadruple sculls winning their final.
Penetration is always a concern with lightweights, but I've been pleased with penetration on everything I've shot with carbon arrows.
'I plan to show that I am one of the best lightweights in the promotion, and there's a lot of buzz surrounding our division because of the tournament,' said Banario.
Chatri Sityodtong, chairman and CEO of ONE, said the Grand Prix tournaments slated next year will feature the eight best flyweights and lightweights with the last man standing in each division winning the world title.
More importantly the lightweights were 100lb less than a Ferrari 250GTO.
Eddie Alvarez has cemented his name as one of the more dangerous lightweights of his era after winning gold in both Bellator and UFC.
Half lightweights Michael John Isidro (silver) and Christian Dominic Clemente (bronze), heavyweight Rafael Angelo Cadiente (silver), half middleweight Hermogenes Arayata IV (bronze), and middleweight Alfred Benjamin Querubin (bronze) all had podium finishes for Ateneo.

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