Boxing can be traced back to ancient Sumerian civilization (~3000 BC), with a major adaptation of the sport later seen in ancient Greece (~600 BC).
You can measure reach by standing against a wall, holding your arms out at 90 degrees, using a pencil to mark the end of your middle finger tips then use a measuring tape to measure the distance between the two markings.
Boxers earn significantly more at the top end than UFC fighters, whereas average UFC figthers earn more than average boxers.
The most common boxing styles are:
To punch harder, you should focus on perfecting your technique and focus on heavy bag training as well as olympic weightlifting, plyometrics, and resistance band traning
To clean boxing gloves you should wipe them down with a disenfectant wipe or damp cloth with mild soap and water after training, leave them open to air dry fully in a well ventilated area, then use a leave in glove deodorizer.
Split decision occurs when two judges favor one boxer and the third favors the other.
While in a majority decision, two judges favor one boxer and the third scores it as a draw.
In a unanimous decision, all judges favor one boxer.
The Peekaboo Boxing style emphasizes head movement and active evasion, with the boxer maintaining a high, tight guard with his hands (similar to the baby’s game) and continuously moving forward to apply pressure.
The common six punch boxing nubmers are: (1) Jab, (2) Cross, (3) Lead Hook, (4) Rear Hook, (5) Lead Uppercut, (6) Rear Uppercut
The hardest punchers in boxing history are 1.Earnie Shavers 2.George Foreman 3.Deontay Wilder 4.Sonny Liston 5.Wladimir Klitschko