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Basic things you should know about boxing (Part 2)

Judges

In a battle, there were always three judges, who were responsible for watching the match and evaluating each individual boxer’s shots and therefore deciding who would win, if no boxer was knock out or accept defeat.

Doctor

A team of doctors must always be present to assess the condition of the boxers in battle, determining whether he can continue to play or not.

The manager

This character is “responsible” for the timing of the rounds and hitting the gong to signal the end of each round.

Technical director

The technical director is responsible for the decisions of the judges, reviewing and publishing the results. He is also responsible for other decisions in the match.

Commentator

He is responsible for making announcements about the results of battles, commenting on and introducing martial artists, organizers, referees, judges, etc.

Assistant

Each boxer has the right to have four assistants who are behind the boxers and are responsible for advising, caring for the boxer and throwing towels into the ring when they think that boxer can no longer continue to fight.

Sparring

Sparing is a way to call those responsible for training and perfecting techniques for fighters. They are usually amateur or beginner boxers. But it’s also possible that other great martial artists and champions want to train their next generation to succeed.

COMPETITION LAW OF AUTHORITY

Some rules of professional boxing matches are as follows.

– A stroke is only considered to be scored if the fighter hits from the front or next to the head or into the opponent’s abdomen.

– It is against the law to smash the back of the head, grasp or strike under the belt. When a boxer makes a mistake, the referee will issue a warning to that boxer. If this is repeated again, the boxer may be disqualified.

– The boxer cannot attack his opponent while the athlete falls and lies on the floor.

– Bite is also an error to warn and cause that fighter to be eliminated.

The origin of bare-handed boxing (Part 2)

Is bare-handed boxing more safer than boxing in gloves?

“The match is shorter and the absence of gloves means it is easier to hit. It is more like a sprint than a marathon. Malignaggi is a marathon-style fighter, he will use one or two attacks throughout the 12 rounds to score. A bare-handed boxing will always benefit boxers with strong feats and fast pace. ”

In the first match of Artem Lobov in the BKFC in April, he won the point before the opponent was Jason Knight, a former MMA fighter.

Although the match images showed both Lobov and Knight filled with cuts and swelling on the body – even Knight was punched out teeth – BKFC chairman David Feldman said that the injuries of the fighters Usually, the right eye in the game is only skin, not affecting the internal organs.

Boxing with bare hand can cause cuts, bruises, but if compared to the internal tremors, bare hands boxing has no effect like Boxing wearing gloves

More specifically, he said: “I will not say barehanded is safer than MMA or Boxing but I am sure it is not more dangerous. Skin cuts and bruises will not leave lasting effects such as brain concussions or fractures.

“One of the most important things is that most fighters rarely fight with their bare hands. If I say you don’t punch the wall with your bare hands, your instincts will always automatically hold back so you don’t hurt your hands. But if you put on the gloves, you will feel more secure and punch at full power.

“Because of not punching at full force, risks related to the brain are less likely to occur.”

However, head of the brain injury association Headway Peter McCabe said: “With or without gloves, Boxing is still a dangerous sport. Every time a boxer steps on the stage they will face the risk of serious injury, like it or not.

Boxing in England: Modern martial art that has an ancient origin

Boxing is a martial art and fighting sport between two people from the West, using a punch combined with moving the legs, head and torso.

So far, no specific timeline has been set for when boxing was born. Numerous evidence indicates that boxing originated in North Africa around 4,000 BC and the Mediterranean around 1,500 BC. Greece is about 900 BC and ancient Rome 500 AD. Around 3,700 BC, in Mésopotamie (ancient Greece) has circulated boxing, ancestor of boxing today.

At the same time, Greece thrived in competitive competitions, even allowing opponents to be allowed to bring more leather or iron straps to their hands to take them down faster, because the rules of the game at that time were to come. when there is a person who can’t continue fighting anymore

In 746 BC, after Rome destroyed Greece, boxing was also brought to Rome with the enthusiastic response of the youth. However, as the development of boxing became increasingly ruthless, in 404 BC, the Roman Emperor Theodosius the First made a complete ban on boxing.

By the sixteenth century, ancient Greek and Roman boxing was a favored activity among the middle and upper classes of Britain in the Renaissance movement. From 1719 to 1730, James Figg defeated many opponents and was considered the first heavyweight boxing champion, and also the first to open a boxing school.

Then, a British next-generation champion, Jack Broughton, went further: opening a boxing school, inventing gloves to reduce accidents in competition, setting up a right-of-way rule. more sporty. In 1773, Jack Broughton revised the rules of the London ring competition to the official “Boxing Rule”.

In 1865, an English marquis, Queens Beery Vlll, improved the boxing rule into a more ambitious rule: playing only 3 innings, 3 minutes each, instead of 16 rounds as Broughton rules.

In 1872, the rules of Queens Beery were officially applied to the matches. Later Broughton rules became the professional boxing competition and Berry rules became the amateur boxing rules. In 1904, boxing was first included in the Olympic Games program and became the official game of the Olympic Games. In 1920, the World Boxing Federation (AIBA) was born. By 1994, 122 countries had joined the AIBA. So far, according to statistics on the website of AIBA, there are 194 countries under this organization.