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Boxing gloves are cushioned to defend the athlete against the increasingly heavier focuses of striking other punching bags,these are the gloves most recommended by trainers for all boxing training, especially for non-sparrers. Sparring gloves are designed to guard both athletes during practice bouts. Professional fight gloves are also designed to protect both fighters, but are generally less padded. Sparring gloves may range from 14 oz to 20 oz, while bag gloves, amateur and professional fight gloves range from 8 to 10 ounces.Small, padded boxing gloves used when hitting a speed bag or heavy bag. The speed bag version usually does not contain padding.

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A shoe is an item of footwear evolved at first to protect the human foot and later, in addition, as an item of adornment in itself. The foot contains more bones than any other single part of the body, and has evolved over hundreds of thousands of years in relation to immensely varied terrain and climatic conditions. Together with the proprioceptive system, it is what makes possible balance and ambulation,here Boxing shoe is High-topped,rubber-soled shoes designed to prevent the boxer from twisting or turning his ankle while fighting.



The maximum weight for this division is 118 pounds (53.5 kg or 8 stone 6 lbs),one of the traditional eight divisions,Earliest recorded mention was in the 1850s and covered all weights up to 116lbs prior to the introduction of the flyweight class.

The bantamweight division was first established in 1889 by the Amateur Boxing Association of England Ltd (ABA). Originally, under the London Prize Ring Rules, the weight division was 105 pounds (47.6 kg or 7A stone),In 1880, under the Marquess of Queensberry Rules, it enlarged to 112 pounds (50.8 kg or 8 stone) and then to 115 pounds (52.2 kg or 8 stone 3 lbs) in 1890.


Boxing is a fight sport where two contestants, usually of similar weight, fight with each other with their fists. Boxing is managed by an umpire and is normally occupied in during a sequence of one to three-minute gaps called rounds. success is attained if the challenger is banged down and not capable to get up earlier than the umpire counts to ten seconds or if the challenger is deemed too injured to continue If there is no stoppage of the fight prior to an decided number of rounds, a champion is determined moreover by the umpires decision or by judges scorecards. The ancient Greeks presented first historical records of boxing as a recognized sport; they codified a set of rules and staged tournaments with experts. In various countries with their own fighting sports, the sport is termed as "English Boxing".

Body Punches

Body punches are mainly a left hook delivered to the suspended rib area where the liver can make a fighter to discontinue the fight if punched exactly. Body punches delivered not quite so exactly but continually after every rounds puts a boxer down. A painful gut, beaten to ribs makes it hard to breath. Boxers when assaulting the opponent will not wish to see his opponent making progress. There are ways to figure out if your punches are being effective: challenger will breath heavily, you can notice slowness in punches and movements, signs of distress, shaky legs and lack of ability to catch breath and bang downs.

Bare-knuckle boxing

Bare-knuckle boxing is also termed as bare-knuckle, prizefighting etc. It is the original form of boxing. It is a fight where people fought without gloves or any other form of padding on their hands. Difference between a street fight and a bare-knuckle boxing match is rules followed in the match. In 1719, first bare-knuckle winner of England was James Figg. Other well known champs were Jack Broughton, Daniel Mendoza, Jem Belcher, Hen Pearce, John Gully Tom Spring, Jem Ward, James Burke, Tom Cribb, and many more. In1856, the longest bare knuckle fight record happened in Melbourne, Australia, on October 19. James Kelly and Jack Smith had a fighting session for 6 hours 15 minutes.

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