Boxing originated in North Africa, 4,000 B.C.
Boxing has very basic rules. You cannot hit below the belt. You cannot hit with you head, shoulder, forearm, and elbow.
Boxing is played with two people throwing punches at each other.
The length of a boxing match is a maximum of 12 rounds. Each round is 3 minutes with a 1 minute break in between rounds.
Boxing is scored round by round. The fighter who wins the round get 10 points, the loser of the round gets 9 points. Every time a fighter is knocked down the fighter loses a point.
Professional boxing rinks are 18 to 20 square feet. Amateur boxing rings are 16 to 20 square feet.
The boxers tatics are to out-punch the opponent.
Not following the rules can result in a warning, point deduction, or a disqualification.
Equipment for boxing includes a head guard, mouth guard, boxing tape, boxing gloves, a groin guard, and boxing shoes
Major leagues for boxing are World Boxing Association, World Boxing Council, International Boxing Federation, World Boxing Organization, and The Ring Magazine.
Boxing has gotten new rules since the origin.
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