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At the beginning of Boxing's history.

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Can you teach me the rules of boxing?

Check the related link "Rules of Boxing" for some of the rules of boxing.

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What is the name given to rules in boxing?

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The rules for boxing are determined by the governing body. They set the standards for the ring as well as the other rules for activities.

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Boxing (pugilism) was codified by the Greeks in the Olympics around 688 BC. Modern boxing rules date to the 18th century, and the Marquess of Queensberry rules (including the first gloves) date to 1867.

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What sport is governed by the rules drafted by the marquis of queensbury?

The Queensbury rules are generally accepted rules for the sport of boxing. They were written by John Graham Chambers and include wearing gloves and giving a free count of 10 to a man who has fallen.

Who did boxing get invented by?

There's evidence that Boxing existed long ago, circa 1500-3000 B.C but it was not called "boxing" and did not have a name. It wasnt until the 16th century England that it was revitalised and given the name "boxing" and also "bare knuckle boxing" and "prizefighter" by an English bare knuckle boxer named John Chambers.Then the English gave it rules (those rules still stand today) Those rules are "The Marquess of Queensbury rules" and were also created there. So the English get the credit for inventing "Modern Boxing" that we all know today.The first ever documented boxing match was in 16th century in England.

Who drew up a set of rules for boxing?

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