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Boxing is one of the hardest sports in the world to compete in for an athlete. It is a complete contact sport where the only way to win is by downing your opponent which makes every boxing match a totally unique spectacle. The nature of the sport adds to the intrigue which is what makes it so special. The best way to catch it is by buying live boxing tickets and have your own ring side view of the entire action.
Boxing is regarded by many as one of the oldest sports in the world. The history of the sport can be traced as back as to the days of 2nd and 3rd millennium BC’s a time that has given modern researchers pictures of people fighting with their fists in front of a crowd. The modern boxing roots can be traced back to the time between the twelfth and seventeenth centuries during various parts of Italy. In England boxing came to the fore in the sixteenth century and was called prizefighting. There were no gloves and the first recorder bare knuckle champion is James Figg who was given the title in the year 1719. Anything and everything was legal but that changed when Jack Broughton made new rules in 1743 to give more protection to the fighters. The new set of rules contained a thirty second count for a fallen boxer to get up failing which the fight would be stopped. Catching below the belt was banned and a type of padded gloves called mufflers were also introduced.
More changes were made to the sport in 1838 under the London Prize rules which stipulated that the fights will be played within a twenty four feet, four sided ring. Head butting, low blows and biting were prohibited as well. Further changes were made in 1867 under the Marquees of Queensberry rules, the biggest of which was the introduction of fair-size gloves to aid in protecting the fighters. These rules are what have been governing the sport since their publication. The sport has itself evolved a lot over the years and a lot of tactics are now involved in the fights. Boxing has been categorized into Amateur and Professional boxing. The Amateur boxing is normally played at college levels, the Olympics and Commonwealth Games. Fighters wear head gears and gloves with a white part at the front of the gloves. A fighter gains a point only if he connects with the white part of the glove. Professional Boxing has no protective headgears and are longer in duration that it’s amateur counterparts. It is more brutal and the fighters can inflict much more damage to each other. A professional boxing match can only be stopped if the referee decides a fighter is not able to fight, or if a fighter cannot answer the count to thirty or if a boxer or his corner give up and don’t want to continue. The evolution has ensured fans head to the arenas to watch the fight themselves which has increased the sales of live boxing tickets to unprecedented levels.
A lot of various styles and strategies are used to come out on top in a boxing match now than when it first started. As the rules have changed, the fighters have had to adapt to the modifications to adapt to different styles. The stances have become more varied, the offence and the defense is more technical and calculated. One big punch and the fight could be over which is why a boxer has to be on his guard every second of the bout. For fans the current sport is much more intriguing because of the varied styles and techniques they get to witness. It is now a much more technical game where a lot of underdogs have beaten their on-paper superior opponents by applying various degrees of skills. The purpose of every sport is to see a balanced duel and boxing fits the bill. The sport itself is in safe hands as well as the new generation of fighters are more than capable of carrying the torch to greater heights. So if you are into boxing then grab your cheaplive boxing tickets now and watch two fighters slug it out in the middle of the ring.