There are usually 12 rounds in a world title fight.
since 1988 when the ibf became the last existing organisation to shortening their world title fights from 15 rounds, all title fights have been 12 rounders.
pete rademacher fought Floyd Patterson for the title in his pro debut.
In the boxing context Tommy Burns was a world heavyweight champion who was the first white boxer to agree to fight a black boxer for the world title. On Boxing Day 1908 he lost his title to Jack Johnson who became the first ever black heavyweight champion of the world. Johnson was not the first black champion as many books say. tHAT HONOUR GOES TO First Black man to win a world boxing title; held three world boxing titles: paperweight, bantamweight and featherweight; invented shadow boxing and the suspended punching bag; fought in the world's longest fight.
wbc is the 'world boxing council' :)
15, including 1 world title fight. ernie terrell vs george chuvalo for the WBA heavyweight title in 1965.
veeraphol sahaprom won the wba bantamweight title in only his forth pro fight in1995
how long a round in kickboxing is and how many rounds you do depends on what sort of fight you are involved in e.g amateur fight - 3 x2 mins world title - 12 x 3mins
He refused to fight in the Vietnam War because it was against the Qu'ran He refused to fight in the Vietnam War because it was against the Qu'ran
A heavyweight boxing match takes 12 rounds of 3 minutes each. This is however overlooked if one boxer falls down and stays down for more than 30 seconds.