Professional boxers are career athletes at the very top of the sport. They make a living from the bouts they participate in, and world champions like Anthony Joshua can also make money through endorsements and sponsorship. The path to becoming a pro boxer is very difficult. You'll need to train hard to develop your strength, win repeatedly at the amateur level and keep your body in tremendous physical condition.
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After a tumultuous that saw many major fights canceled or postponed, boxing is ready to head into As many champions and pound-for-pound elites hung on the sidelines amid the coronavirus pandemic, boxing missed out on some big-time fights. However, as the year went out, fighters slowly started to trickle back into the ring, albeit not against the competition we would like to see. And things got rolling with a strong start from Ryan Garcia, who rallied from an early knockdown to stop Luke Campbell and claim the interim WBC lightweight title.
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Boxing is a sport in which two people fight with their fists. A boxing competition is called a match, a fight, or a bout. To win matches, a boxer needs courage and skill. A boxer can win by knocking out the other boxer.