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Boxing tshirt (Dark)

Boxing tshirt (Dark)
Boxing tshirt (Dark)
Boxing tshirt (Dark)
Boxing tshirt (Dark)
Boxing tshirt (Dark)
Boxing tshirt (Dark)
Boxing tshirt (Dark)
Boxing tshirt (Dark)
Boxing tshirt (Dark)
$29.99
  • Stock: In Stock
  • Model: 39568700
  • Weight: 0.30kg
  • Dimensions: 30.00cm x 20.00cm x 4.00cm

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Ah, the history of boxing! It's a tale as old as time, or at least as old as the Greeks, who were some of the first to box competitively. Back then, boxing was a bare-knuckle sport, and the fighters didn't wear gloves, so you can imagine how much their faces looked like a bag of mashed potatoes after a match.

But let's fast forward a bit to the 18th century when boxing became more organized and regulated. That's when they started using gloves, which was supposed to make the sport safer, but just made it more fun to watch. The fighters could hit each other harder without breaking their hands, which meant more knockouts and drama.

As the sport grew in popularity, so did its controversies. Gambling was rampant, and fighters often had to rely on wealthy patrons to fund their careers. And let's remember the corruption, with promoters and managers sometimes rigging fights to make more money. It was like a soap opera but with more punching.

Boxing has seen its fair share of legends over the years. There was Jack Dempsey, known for his aggressive fighting style and devastating punches. And of course, Muhammad Ali was a great fighter and a cultural icon who spoke out against racism and injustice. These fighters paved the way for the sport's future stars like Mike Tyson, known for his ferocious knockout power, and Floyd Mayweather Jr., known for his slick defensive skills.

Today, boxing is still strong, with fans worldwide tuning in to watch their favourite fighters compete. And while the sport may have its controversies, there's no denying the thrill and excitement of watching two people duke it out in the ring. So, grab some popcorn, put on your gloves (or not), and watch some boxing history in the making!

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