Boxing

It is easiest to win the fight via one-punch knockout. We’re offering you all kinds of punching tutorials, top lists, and valuable historical data about one of the most popular fighting styles in the world.

A scene from a professional boxing match

Professional Boxing

Professional boxing is sanctioned boxing according to the specific rule set where you can defeat your opponent by the use of legal techniques. Olympic boxing rules mirror professional boxing with a few exceptions: the winner of the round gets ten points, while the other fighter earns nine or fewer, similar to the pro circuit.

A professional boxer holding a defensive stance

Mexican Boxing

Mexico hasn’t had a huge spot in the early days of boxing history, but nowadays, their fighters dominate the majority of weight classes. There were many high-level Mexican boxers. They are famous for excellent aggression and offensive aspects of the game, and the majority of them pay minimum attention to defense.

Difference Between KO and TKO in Boxing and MMA

Difference Between KO and TKO in Boxing and MMA

Boxing and MMA are two of the most popular combat sports in the world and have a lot of specific details that make them unique in their own way. So, today’s topic is going to be the difference between a K.O. and a T.K.O. in boxing and MMA.

how long is a boxing match

How Long Are Boxing Rounds And A Boxing Match? [Average Length Researched!]

Boxing matches are usually set to twelve three-minute rounds, with one-minute intervals between the rounds. Most professional boxing matches today (especially championship matches) last twelve rounds if they go the distance. The average boxing match lasts just under six rounds, including finished fights before the decision, and matches set to less than twelve rounds.