Early Boxing

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American History

 

Written by:

Charles K

 

Date added:

October 11, 2016

 

Level:

University

 

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A

 

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2 / 552

 

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It began as a completely lower class sport that was seen as extremely disreputable. Bare-Knuckle boxing eventually worked itself up to a measure of acceptance from the mainstream culture, however it would never be able to completely shake its image as a shady lower class activity. Even when boxing began to introduce gentlemanly rules to the sport it was still seen as a disreputable activity and for that matter still is today...
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Even when boxing began to introduce gentlemanly rules to the sport it was still seen as a disreputable activity and for that matter still is today. The point of Gorn's that I find very interesting is that bare-knuckle prize fighting was popular in England way before it began to become common here. In many ways the rise of boxing seems to go hand in hand with the industrial revolution...
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