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Mandarin quán / quan2
Taiwan ch`üan / chüan
Japanese kobushi / こぶし    ken / けん
Chinese fist; boxing
Japanese fist; (See じゃん拳) hand game (e.g. rock, paper, scissors); (male given name) Tsuyoshi; (male given name) Tsutomu; (given name) Ken

拳擊


拳击

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Mandarin quán jī / quan2 ji1
Taiwan ch`üan chi / chüan chi
Chinese boxing

拳法

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Mandarin quán fǎ / quan2 fa3
Taiwan ch`üan fa / chüan fa
Japanese kenpou / kenpo / けんぽう
Chinese boxing; fighting technique
Japanese Chinese art of self-defence (defense)

拳闘

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Japanese kentou / kento / けんとう Japanese prizefighting; boxing

潭腿

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Mandarin tán tuǐ / tan2 tui3
Taiwan t`an t`ui / tan tui
Chinese Tantui, a northern school of martial arts boxing

酔拳

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Japanese suiken / すいけん
Japanese {MA} Drunken Fist; Drunken Boxing

八卦掌

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Mandarin bā guà zhǎng / ba1 gua4 zhang3
Taiwan pa kua chang
Japanese hakkeshou / hakkesho / はっけしょう
Chinese baguazhang (a form of Chinese boxing)
Japanese {MA} eight trigrams palm; Ba Gua Zhang or Pa Kua Chang

ソバット

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Japanese sobatto / ソバット
Japanese kick-fighting (fre: savate); French boxing

ブレイク

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Japanese bureiku / bureku / ブレイク
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) break (rest); (2) (sports) break (tennis, boxing, snooker, etc.); (3) suddenly becoming popular; becoming a hit; (personal name) Blake

ムエタイ

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Japanese muetai / ムエタイ
Japanese {MA} Muay Thai (tha:); Thai boxing

キックボクシング

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Japanese kikkubokushingu / キックボクシング
Japanese kickboxing; kick-boxing

体技

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Japanese taigi / たいぎ Japanese boxing and jujitsu

勾拳

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Mandarin gōu quán / gou1 quan2
Taiwan kou ch`üan / kou chüan
Chinese hook (punch in boxing)

博興


博兴

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Mandarin bó xīng / bo2 xing1
Taiwan po hsing
Japanese hirooki / ひろおき
Chinese Boxing county in Binzhou 濱州|滨州[Bin1 zhou1], Shandong
Japanese (given name) Hirooki

口技

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Mandarin kǒu jì / kou3 ji4
Taiwan k`ou chi / kou chi
Chinese beat boxing; vocal mimicry; ventriloquism

回合

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Mandarin huí hé / hui2 he2
Taiwan hui ho
Chinese one of a sequence of contests (or subdivisions of a contest) between the same two opponents; round (boxing etc); rally (tennis etc); frame (billiards etc); inning; (tennis, soccer etc) rubber or leg; round (of negotiations)

回戦

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Japanese kaisen / かいせん Japanese (counter) (1) counter for numbering the rounds in a tournament; (suffix noun) (2) fight with ... rounds (e.g. boxing)

手数

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Japanese tesuu(p);tekazu / tesu(p);tekazu / てすう(P);てかず Japanese (1) trouble; bother; (2) (てかず only) number of moves (in go, shogi, etc.); (3) (てかず only) number of punches (in boxing)

打倒

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Mandarin dǎ dǎo / da3 dao3
Taiwan ta tao
Japanese datou / dato / だとう
Chinese to overthrow; to knock down; Down with ... !
Japanese (noun/participle) knockdown (e.g. in boxing); overthrow; defeat

技倒

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Japanese gitou / gito / ぎとう Japanese technical knockout (boxing); TKO

抱持

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Mandarin bào chí / bao4 chi2
Taiwan pao ch`ih / pao chih
Chinese to hold (expectations, hopes etc); to maintain (an attitude etc); to harbor (doubts etc); to clinch (boxing)

拳師


拳师

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Mandarin quán shī / quan2 shi1
Taiwan ch`üan shih / chüan shih
Chinese boxing coach; pugilist master

拳王

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Mandarin quán wáng / quan2 wang2
Taiwan ch`üan wang / chüan wang
Chinese boxing champion

拳腳


拳脚

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Mandarin quán jiǎo / quan2 jiao3
Taiwan ch`üan chiao / chüan chiao
Chinese Chinese boxing; fist and feet; punching and kicking

拳術


拳术

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Mandarin quán shù / quan2 shu4
Taiwan ch`üan shu / chüan shu
Chinese Chinese boxing; fisticuffs

花拳

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Mandarin huā quán / hua1 quan2
Taiwan hua ch`üan / hua chüan
Chinese showy boxing of no practical use; see 花拳繡腿|花拳绣腿

連打

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Japanese renda / れんだ Japanese (noun/participle) (1) repeated blows; striking repeatedly; barrage; (2) consecutive hits (e.g. boxing, baseball)

鬥拳

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Mandarin dòu quán / dou4 quan2
Taiwan tou ch`üan / tou chüan
Chinese boxing

ジャブ

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Japanese jabu / ジャブ Japanese jab (esp. in boxing)

ヒット

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Japanese hitto / ヒット Japanese (noun/participle) (1) {baseb} hit; base hit; safe hit; single; (2) hit; success; (3) {sports} hit (e.g. boxing, hockey); blow; (4) {comp} hit (i.e. as a search result); (given name) Hitto

フック

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Japanese fukku / フック Japanese (noun/participle) hook (fishing, golf, boxing, etc.); (given name) Fukku; (surname) Hoek; Hook; Hooke; Houck

ボディ

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Japanese bodi / ボディ Japanese (1) body; (2) (sports) (abbreviation) body blow (in boxing)

ボデー

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Japanese bodee / ボデー Japanese (1) body; (2) (sports) (abbreviation) body blow (in boxing)

中量級


中量级

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Mandarin zhōng liàng jí / zhong1 liang4 ji2
Taiwan chung liang chi
Chinese middleweight (boxing etc)

八卦拳

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Mandarin bā guà quán / ba1 gua4 quan2
Taiwan pa kua ch`üan / pa kua chüan
Chinese baguazhang (a form of Chinese boxing)

博興縣


博兴县

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Mandarin bó xīng xiàn / bo2 xing1 xian4
Taiwan po hsing hsien
Chinese Boxing county in Binzhou 濱州|滨州[Bin1 zhou1], Shandong

地躺拳

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Mandarin dì tǎng quán / di4 tang3 quan2
Taiwan ti t`ang ch`üan / ti tang chüan
Chinese Di Tang Quan - "Ground-Prone Fist"; "Ground Tumbling Boxing" - Martial Art

打込む

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Japanese uchikomu / うちこむ Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to drive in (e.g. nail, stake); to hammer in; (2) to hit (a ball, etc.); to drive; to smash; (3) to fire into (e.g. a crowd); to launch (e.g. missiles); to lob (e.g. grenades); (4) to input (data); to enter; (5) to devote oneself to; to go heart and soul into; to throw oneself into; to go head over heels for; (6) (sports) to practice hitting (baseball, tennis, etc.); (7) (martial arts term) to hit (an opponent in kendo, boxing, etc.); to get a blow in; (8) to invade one's opponent's territory (in the game of go); to place a stone in an opponent's formation; (9) to pour (concrete, etc.) into a form

拳擊臺


拳击台

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Mandarin quán jī tái / quan2 ji1 tai2
Taiwan ch`üan chi t`ai / chüan chi tai
Chinese boxing ring

拳闘術

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Japanese kentoujutsu / kentojutsu / けんとうじゅつ Japanese boxing

羅漢拳

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Mandarin luó hàn quán / luo2 han4 quan2
Taiwan lo han ch`üan / lo han chüan
Chinese luohan quan; arhat boxing (kungfu style)

輕量級

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Mandarin qīng liàng jí / qing1 liang4 ji2
Taiwan ch`ing liang chi / ching liang chi
Chinese lightweight (boxing etc)

重量級

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Mandarin zhòng liàng jí / zhong4 liang4 ji2
Taiwan chung liang chi
Japanese juuryoukyuu / juryokyu / じゅうりょうきゅう
Chinese heavyweight (boxing etc)
Japanese heavyweight class

K−1

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Japanese keiwan / kewan / ケイワン Japanese K-1 (Japanese kick-boxing promotion)

うち込む

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Japanese uchikomu / うちこむ Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to drive in (e.g. nail, stake); to hammer in; (2) to hit (a ball, etc.); to drive; to smash; (3) to fire into (e.g. a crowd); to launch (e.g. missiles); to lob (e.g. grenades); (4) to input (data); to enter; (5) to devote oneself to; to go heart and soul into; to throw oneself into; to go head over heels for; (6) (sports) to practice hitting (baseball, tennis, etc.); (7) (martial arts term) to hit (an opponent in kendo, boxing, etc.); to get a blow in; (8) to invade one's opponent's territory (in the game of go); to place a stone in an opponent's formation; (9) to pour (concrete, etc.) into a form

サミング

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Japanese samingu / サミング Japanese thumbing (in boxing, poking a thumb in one's opponent's eye)

ブレーク

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Japanese bureeku / ブレーク Japanese (noun/participle) (1) break (rest); (2) (sports) break (tennis, boxing, snooker, etc.); (3) suddenly becoming popular; becoming a hit; (personal name) Blake; Bleek

ヘビー級

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Japanese hebiikyuu / hebikyu / ヘビーきゅう Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) heavyweight (esp. boxing); heavyweight division

ボディー

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Japanese bodii / bodi / ボディー Japanese (1) body; (2) (sports) (abbreviation) body blow (in boxing)

ライト級

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Japanese raitokyuu / raitokyu / ライトきゅう Japanese lightweight (e.g. boxing)

右フック

see styles
Japanese migifukku / みぎフック Japanese right hook (e.g. in boxing, etc.)

左フック

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Japanese hidarifukku / ひだりフック Japanese left hook (e.g. in boxing, etc.)

左右勾拳

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Mandarin zuǒ yòu gōu quán / zuo3 you4 gou1 quan2
Taiwan tso yu kou ch`üan / tso yu kou chüan
Chinese left hook and right hook (boxing); the old one-two

打ちこむ

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Japanese buchikomu / ぶちこむ    uchikomu / うちこむ Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to throw; to toss; to cast; (2) to hit; to strike; to smash; to hammer in; to drive in; (3) to fire into (e.g. a crowd); to launch (e.g. missiles); to lob (e.g. grenades); (4) to wear (sword, etc.); to carry; (transitive verb) (1) to drive in (e.g. nail, stake); to hammer in; (2) to hit (a ball, etc.); to drive; to smash; (3) to fire into (e.g. a crowd); to launch (e.g. missiles); to lob (e.g. grenades); (4) to input (data); to enter; (5) to devote oneself to; to go heart and soul into; to throw oneself into; to go head over heels for; (6) (sports) to practice hitting (baseball, tennis, etc.); (7) (martial arts term) to hit (an opponent in kendo, boxing, etc.); to get a blow in; (8) to invade one's opponent's territory (in the game of go); to place a stone in an opponent's formation; (9) to pour (concrete, etc.) into a form

打ち込む

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Japanese buchikomu / ぶちこむ    uchikomu / うちこむ Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to throw; to toss; to cast; (2) to hit; to strike; to smash; to hammer in; to drive in; (3) to fire into (e.g. a crowd); to launch (e.g. missiles); to lob (e.g. grenades); (4) to wear (sword, etc.); to carry; (transitive verb) (1) to drive in (e.g. nail, stake); to hammer in; (2) to hit (a ball, etc.); to drive; to smash; (3) to fire into (e.g. a crowd); to launch (e.g. missiles); to lob (e.g. grenades); (4) to input (data); to enter; (5) to devote oneself to; to go heart and soul into; to throw oneself into; to go head over heels for; (6) (sports) to practice hitting (baseball, tennis, etc.); (7) (martial arts term) to hit (an opponent in kendo, boxing, etc.); to get a blow in; (8) to invade one's opponent's territory (in the game of go); to place a stone in an opponent's formation; (9) to pour (concrete, etc.) into a form

拳擊比賽


拳击比赛

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Mandarin quán jī bǐ sài / quan2 ji1 bi3 sai4
Taiwan ch`üan chi pi sai / chüan chi pi sai
Chinese boxing match

棉花拳擊

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Mandarin mián huā quán jī / mian2 hua1 quan2 ji1
Taiwan mien hua ch`üan chi / mien hua chüan chi
Chinese Mianhua Quanji - "Cotton Boxing" (Chinese Martial Art)

次重量級

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Mandarin cì zhòng liàng jí / ci4 zhong4 liang4 ji2
Taiwan tz`u chung liang chi / tzu chung liang chi
Chinese middle heavyweight (boxing etc)

ダッキング

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Japanese dakkingu / ダッキング Japanese (noun/participle) ducking (e.g. in boxing)

トランクス

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Japanese torankusu / トランクス Japanese (1) trunks (swimming, boxing, etc.); (2) trunks (underwear); boxers; boxer shorts

ヘディング

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Japanese hedingu / ヘディング Japanese (1) heading; (noun/participle) (2) header (in soccer); (3) butting (in boxing); (personal name) Heading

ボクシング

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Japanese bokushingu / ボクシング Japanese boxing

インファイト

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Japanese infaito / インファイト Japanese infighting (boxing)

ウエルター級

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Japanese uerutaakyuu / uerutakyu / ウエルターきゅう Japanese welterweight class (boxing)

サンドバッグ

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Japanese sandobaggu / サンドバッグ Japanese (1) punching bag (boxing); training bag; (2) sandbag

フルカウント

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Japanese furukaunto / フルカウント Japanese full count (baseball, boxing)

ヘッディング

see styles
Japanese heddingu / ヘッディング Japanese (1) heading; (noun/participle) (2) header (in soccer); (3) butting (in boxing)

ボクシング部

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Japanese bokushingubu / ボクシングぶ Japanese boxing club

ボディブロー

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Japanese bodiburoo / ボディブロー Japanese body blow (e.g. boxing)

スリップダウン

see styles
Japanese surippudaun / スリップダウン Japanese (noun/participle) (sports) slipping (in boxing) (wasei: slip down); down caused by a boxer slipping

フル・カウント

see styles
Japanese furu kaunto / フル・カウント Japanese full count (baseball, boxing)

プロボクシング

see styles
Japanese purobokushingu / プロボクシング Japanese pro boxing; professional boxing

ボクシングデー

see styles
Japanese bokushingudee / ボクシングデー Japanese Boxing Day (public holiday in the UK, Aus., Canada, etc.)

ボディ・ブロー

see styles
Japanese bodi buroo / ボディ・ブロー Japanese body blow (e.g. boxing)

ボディーブロー

see styles
Japanese bodiiburoo / bodiburoo / ボディーブロー Japanese body blow (e.g. boxing)

アウトボクシング

see styles
Japanese autobokushingu / アウトボクシング Japanese out boxing

キンシャサの奇跡

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Japanese kinshasanokiseki / キンシャサのきせき Japanese (exp,n) Rumble in the Jungle; Foreman vs. Ali boxing match, Oct. 30, 1974; Kinshasa Miracle

スリップ・ダウン

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Japanese surippu daun / スリップ・ダウン Japanese (noun/participle) (sports) slipping (in boxing) (wasei: slip down); down caused by a boxer slipping

ドクターストップ

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Japanese dokutaasutoppu / dokutasutoppu / ドクターストップ Japanese (1) breaking up a match on doctor's orders (in boxing, etc.) (wasei: doctor stop); (2) being ordered by one's doctor to give up such habits as drinking, smoking, overeating, etc.

プロ・ボクシング

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Japanese puro bokushingu / プロ・ボクシング Japanese pro boxing; professional boxing

ボクシングの試合

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Japanese bokushingunoshiai / ボクシングのしあい Japanese boxing bout

ボクシング・デー

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Japanese bokushingu dee / ボクシング・デー Japanese Boxing Day (public holiday in the UK, Aus., Canada, etc.)

ボディー・ブロー

see styles
Japanese bodii buroo / bodi buroo / ボディー・ブロー Japanese body blow (e.g. boxing)

アウト・ボクシング

see styles
Japanese auto bokushingu / アウト・ボクシング Japanese out boxing

ドクター・ストップ

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Japanese dokutaa sutoppu / dokuta sutoppu / ドクター・ストップ Japanese (1) breaking up a match on doctor's orders (in boxing, etc.) (wasei: doctor stop); (2) being ordered by one's doctor to give up such habits as drinking, smoking, overeating, etc.

ボクシンググローブ

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Japanese bokushinguguroobu / ボクシンググローブ Japanese boxing glove

レフェリーストップ

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Japanese referiisutoppu / referisutoppu / レフェリーストップ Japanese breaking up a match (on the decision of the referee, in boxing, etc.) (wasei: referee stop)

アマチュアボクシング

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Japanese amachuabokushingu / アマチュアボクシング Japanese amateur boxing

ボクシング・グローブ

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Japanese bokushingu guroobu / ボクシング・グローブ Japanese boxing glove

レフェリー・ストップ

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Japanese referii sutoppu / referi sutoppu / レフェリー・ストップ Japanese breaking up a match (on the decision of the referee, in boxing, etc.) (wasei: referee stop)

アマチュア・ボクシング

see styles
Japanese amachua bokushingu / アマチュア・ボクシング Japanese amateur boxing

フルカウント;フル・カウント

see styles
Japanese furukaunto;furu kaunto / フルカウント;フル・カウント Japanese full count (baseball, boxing)

ブレイク(P);ブレーク(P)

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Japanese bureiku(p);bureeku(p) / bureku(p);bureeku(p) / ブレイク(P);ブレーク(P) Japanese (noun/participle) (1) (See 休憩) break (rest); (2) {sports} break (tennis, boxing, snooker, etc.); (3) suddenly becoming popular; becoming a hit

ヘディング(P);ヘッディング

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Japanese hedingu(p);heddingu / ヘディング(P);ヘッディング Japanese (1) heading; (noun/participle) (2) header (in soccer); (3) butting (in boxing)

スリップダウン;スリップ・ダウン

see styles
Japanese surippudaun;surippu daun / スリップダウン;スリップ・ダウン Japanese (noun/participle) {sports} slipping (in boxing) (wasei: slip down); down caused by a boxer slipping

プロボクシング;プロ・ボクシング

see styles
Japanese purobokushingu;puro bokushingu / プロボクシング;プロ・ボクシング Japanese pro boxing; professional boxing

ボクシングデー;ボクシング・デー

see styles
Japanese bokushingudee;bokushingu dee / ボクシングデー;ボクシング・デー Japanese Boxing Day (public holiday in the UK, Aus., Canada, etc.)

アウトボクシング;アウト・ボクシング

see styles
Japanese autobokushingu;auto bokushingu / アウトボクシング;アウト・ボクシング Japanese out boxing

ドクターストップ;ドクター・ストップ

see styles
Japanese dokutaasutoppu;dokutaa sutoppu / dokutasutoppu;dokuta sutoppu / ドクターストップ;ドクター・ストップ Japanese (1) breaking up a match on doctor's orders (in boxing, etc.) (wasei: doctor stop); (2) being ordered by one's doctor to give up such habits as drinking, smoking, overeating, etc.

ボディー(P);ボディ(P);ボデー

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Japanese bodii(p);bodi(p);bodee / bodi(p);bodi(p);bodee / ボディー(P);ボディ(P);ボデー Japanese (1) body; (2) (abbreviation) {sports} (See ボディーブロー) body blow (in boxing)

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