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Boxing in its modern form was basically defined by the Marquess of Queensbury in the 1860s. Two boxers contest a bout of limited duration using only gloved hands to land scoring blows, on the target area of the opponent.
Boxing is one of the most Heavily controlled sports, competitors must ware a gumsheild (mouthpiece), gloves, a protector and headgaurd at all times during a bout.
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