You're looking at a bit over two and a half years. I'd say there is adequate time to become proficient at boxing. The basics can be learned in a matter of months. If you are already in good shape, the key will be obtaining experience with training partners and in competition. Any aerobic exercise will assist you in losing weight. A good diet and lots of exercise are the keys to weight loss. And boxing will build muscle, particularly if you lift weights and hit the bags on a regular basis.
to become known in amature boxing, you must win alot of tournaments and then people will become interested in you
After the Lilly/McCoy fight, boxing became illegal in the states. When did it become legal again and why?
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Muhammad Ali started boxing at the age of twelve, so there was not much of a career before that.
Win a lot.
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Boxing became a sport in 688 B.C. but became a legal sport in 1920 A.D.
Go to a boxing class instructor and he can help you from there. The reason why you can't just become a boxer is because the world boxing association need to some about the athlete they are sponsoring.
History has recorded that boxing began as an event at the Ancient Olympics in 668 BC. In the Modern Olympics, boxing debuted at the 1904 Games in St. Louis.
Boxing is an aerobic sport. Your heart rate will increase and you will become stronger by building more muscles when you box.
Since 1850 you've had to wear a mouth guards in boxing matches
join a boxing club than do what they say keep on
it has become safer overtime
Because they weren't that good before