Ancient Greece Boxing By yousef Abrahim

Defition of boxing:

Practice of fighting with a fists. With boxing gloves.

Fun fact In 688 bc boxing became an Olympic event

Rules for Ancient Greek Boxing

No holds or wrestling

No ring was used

There were no rounds or time limits

The winner was decided when one fighter gave up or could not move

No weight-classes opponents were just selected

Judges enforced the rules by beating offenders with a switch

Interesting facts

Ancient boxing had fewer rules

No rule of hitting opponents when down

the god,

Apollo, was the inventor and guardian of the sport of boxing.


They are both called boxing

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