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The person in charge of a boxer¹s business career. He arranges matches, and acts as an agent in negotiations. They are often notorious for taking advantage of young or gullible fighters.
Marquis of Queensbury Rules
Boxing goes back to the Egypt of 2,000 B.C., and was one of the original Olympic sports. However, we owe its form today to the Marquis of Queensbury, who in England in 1867 established the modern rules of boxing, ostensibly to make it more organized and humane. His regulations called for a limited number of 3 minute rounds, the count to 10 before disqualification of a floored man, the forbidding of gouging or wrestling, and the use of gloves to protect the hand. (In the old days, bare-knuckle matches usually were stopped because hands got broken on skulls.)
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