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Named after Hugh Lowther, 5th Earl of Lonsdale, patron of the National Sporting Club, the Lonsdale belt is awarded to British boxing champions. From 1929 they were awarded by the British Boxing Board of Control and champions who win three title fights in a division are allowed to keep the belt.

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Encyclopedia Britannica

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