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About Boxing

Boxing is a combat sport in which two people, usually wearing protective gloves and other protective equipment such as hand wraps and mouthguards, throw punches at each other for a predetermined amount of time in a boxing ring. A competition between two fighters who meet in a ring or cage and try to defeat each other by knockout or submission is a professional boxing match. The sport was developed in the 19th century. Boxing was added to the Summer Olympic Games in 1992. Professional boxing is now governed by the Association of Boxing Commissions (ABC) and United States of America Boxing (USAB), the sanctioning bodies for the sport in the United States and Canada respectively.

Boxing organizations often set rules and sanction fights between fighters of the same or similar weight, power, or experience level, although the sport is an individual sport. Other rules may set the gloves in use and the scoring of the fight. Some organizations allow championship bouts to be held outside of traditional boxing venues. Other rules may govern the headgear worn in fights, the style of uniform worn by the boxer, or the distribution of purse earnings between the fighters and promoters. In some countries, boxing organizations also govern amateur boxing events.

There are seven weight divisions in the regular male version of the sport: the flyweight, bantamweight, featherweight, lightweight, welterweight, light-heavyweight, and heavyweight divisions. Women’s boxing is governed by the World Boxing Association.

Boxing can be analyzed using a wide range of statistical measures. In addition to traditional boxers’ punches, the sport also involves techniques such as headbutts, eye-gouges, and groin strikes.

The modern art of boxing dates to the late 18th century, with the first documented event being held in Belfast, Ireland, in 1791. The first documented boxing rules came into existence around 1800. In 1795, when a boxer named Samuel “Dynamite Jack” Murat challenged another fighter named William McDermott, the first true American boxing match took place. However, McDermott’s opponent, unknown to Murat, had violated the rules by removing his leg protection. As Murat was unable to recover from the injury, he was disqualified from the match.

Date of last update: 30. April, 2021