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How to calculate scores in boxing? (Part 1)

In each round, Assessment will award points based on the athletes’ punches. To score each attack, that attack is not blocked or protected and must hit the target with the correct contact area of ​​the glove, which must hit the front of the head or body from the waist up.

Cross attacks (Swings) hitting exactly as above are also counted. The value of body armor attacks will be assessed at the end of the body armor between the athletes and depending on the number of attacks the majority of that contestant.

Non-scoring attacks

Offenses (below the waist, nape, kick, etc.) or by the side, the back of the glove, the glove, or any other part outside the area of ​​the glove Five fingers (valid contact area), touching the body without the force of the shoulder or body, hitting with the arm.

Grading method

A score decision is set, and the inspector pushes the buttons that are instructed to allow the contestant to have accurate and valid strokes. Basically, accurate attacks and other information are recorded and calculated automatically by the scoring machine. A participant will receive a score if the player has received at least 3 of the 5 assessments who press the button for that participant.

A participant will be awarded points if the attack is valid for at least 3 out of 5 judges who press the button. There are attacks that are not enough. 3 Appraisal button presses for example only 2 button press assessments will also be saved by the scoring machine.

This is the basis for determining which athletes win if at the end of the match the score of two contestants is equal, based on the information on the scoring machine, it is calculated that the athlete has many combined moves. more rules.

If the two contestants are still equal, the 5 judges will decide the winner based on Article 17.3.3 (All competitions must specify the winning player and in friendly matches between the two countries can have draw) by pressing the appropriate button.

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Top 5 female boxers at ONE Championship (Part 3)

However, it was the same bloodline that made Rika not really have a happy childhood. As a child, she was often teased by her friends, from insults to pushing, bullying because Ishige has only half of Thai origin. According to the “Tiny Doll”, that is why she came to martial arts.

5. Bi Nguyen

The 29-year-old girl from Vietnam, Bi Nguyen, not only owns a bright face, good-looking, and also has proven herself through many competitions with formidable opponents in the ONE Championship arena. Having just joined ONE since April 2019, Bi Nguyen has participated in three matches, one turn with an experienced MMA fighter – Dwi Ani Retno Wulan, a Southeast Asian boxing champion – Bozhena Antoniyar, a former Queen of the Canopy of India – Pujar Tomar.

In the near future, on November 8, Bi Nguyen will remain in the ring with Stamp Fairtex, who holds the championship belt in both ONE Muay Thai and Kickboxing formats of the ONE Championship. The most special feature of Bi Nguyen is that she is not afraid to challenge herself against strong opponents.

Bi Nguyen has never been afraid to press the field, he was afraid to deploy an offensive game in order to create pressure on the opponent. It is very difficult to find a boxer, especially women, with enough stamina and determination to maintain an offensive posture during 3 rounds like her.

Pressure tolerance and the ability to overcome pressure is also a remarkable factor of Bi Nguyen. The Vietnamese-born girl was once forced into the yard, losing points in the first half of the match against former Indian Canopy King Pujar Tomar.

Being pressured, facing pressure from tens of thousands of home viewers watching directly, the burden on Bi Nguyen’s shoulders is not small at all. But with his bravery, Bi Nguyen still reverses the situation successfully. When Pujar Tomar was able to absorb the blow, Bi Nguyen actively pressed the field in the final seconds of the match before winning by a decision not to agree from the judge.

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Top 5 female boxers at ONE Championship (Part 2)

2. Angela Lee

Joining the MMA ONE Championship since 2015, winning the first championship title in mid-2016, the ONE Atomweight queen Angela Lee only had to fail when she stepped up to the bigger weight to challenge the champion.

In turn, the famous names of the Asian arena such as Mei Yamaguchi, Istela Nunes, Jenny Huang, etc. were all on the list of defeated generals of the queen “Unstoppable”.

Angela Lee always has a way to control her opponent with excellent BJJ skills, even if they are world-class counterparts. However, Angela Lee is not uncommon with good quality plays.

Crowned world champion at the age of 19, Angela held the record for the youngest champion in mixed martial arts history until her younger brother Christian Lee broke this record in mid-2019.

Possessing both talent and beauty, it is not surprising that Angela Lee became the leading advertising face for ONE Championship. Having just defended the belt successfully at ONE: CENTURY in Japan, Angela Lee promises to continue to offer outstanding matches for the audience in the upcoming 2020.

3. Xiong Jing Nan

Born as a professional boxer, the female Strawweight champion Xiong Jing Nan is an excellent boxer in the doubles.

By attacking aggressively, Xiong rarely gives her opponents a chance to catch the pace of the game. “The Panda” is often in a position to stalk opponents around the cage and then move forward with heavy attacks, similar to the way Xiong defeated Tiffany Teo – another Boxing champion – at the Women’s Strawweight Championship match.

After missing the opportunity to compete with Atom Lee’s Atomweight belt at ONE: CENTURY Japan recently, it is likely that “Panda” will return to the work of dominating the weight of the Strawweight that she is doing unfinished. So far, Xiong Jing Nan has made 3 defending belts, respectively against Laura Balin, Samara Santos Cunha, and Angela Lee.

4. Rika Ishige

Possessing a cute personality, friendly attitude and above all, impressive performances on the stage, Rika Ishige – 2-year-old Thai-Japanese female boxer won the hearts of her fans soon.

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Top 5 female boxers at ONE Championship (Part 1)

The mixed martial arts arena may seem too harsh for female boxers, but it is from that harshness that the shadows of the boxers shine even more brightly. They not only prove themselves through sweaty training sessions, but also through intense matches that are as intense as men.

When it comes to fighting martial arts in general, perhaps many people will imagine the sweaty bare backs, the punches, the muscular kicks of the male boxers. But in line with gender equality, the importance of women in fighting sports has been increased.

The outstanding female boxers are dedicating intense fights that are no less than the male ones; Not only that, the stories of their efforts have become the inspiration for many girls to overcome family and society’s prejudices to pursue the passion of the ring.

And below, will be the top 5 top female boxers at ONE Championship – the beautiful and talented stars of Asia’s largest mixed martial arts tournament.

1. Stamp Fairtex

Stamp Fairtex was born and raised in Rayong, Thailand. Despite showing her talent at an early age, after 2 years of competition, Nong Stamp was forced to stop playing by her family to focus on her studies. Only at the age of 17, Stamp Fairtex returned to the Muay Thai arena.

With a love for martial arts, Stamp quickly proved his bravery. Right from his school days, Stamp won 80 times in the ring with countless titles before being honored as a World Muay Thai champion.

Not stopping there, the young girl continued to conquer ONE Championship, becoming the first female boxer to win the championship in both the Muay Thai and Kickboxing formats at the largest martial arts tournament in Asia.

Not stopping at Muay Thai – Kickboxing, Stamp Fairtex recently made a successful comeback in the MMA arena when beating Indian rival Asha Roka with a beautiful squeeze in the third round, showing a progression. Ministry very clearly in the war potential. She will continue to confront the original Vietnamese female martial artist Bi Nguyen at ONE: MASTER OF FATE on 8-11.

“The women can completely prove their bravery on the arena of Muay Thai. Hard work and patience are prerequisites, and then the opportunity will come to you too! ”Stamp Fairtex affirmed.

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England has another boxing star coming to America!

Chris Eubank Jr is set to make its debut for the US audience in the midsize battle with Matt Korobov this Saturday night in New York.

However, the national pitch of the 30-year-old puncher is overshadowed by the super heavyweight classic match between Anthony Joshua and Andy Ruiz that will take place in Saudi Arabia.

A few hours after AJ’s decisive match, Eubank Jr will step onto the ring to confront a hard-to-play opponent, Korobov.

The main match of the event in the United States was expected to be Jermall Charlo’s WBC middleweight title match against Dennis Hogan, but Eubank’s hotness made Charlo’s match the main thing.

Against the rising British star, Russian-American punchman Matt Korobov longs for a victory to win the mid-term WBA belt temporarily. Meanwhile, if Eubank is the winner, he will have a great opportunity to encounter Charlo.

Eubank Jr told Showtime: “Matt Korobov is a fist from hell. I thought he was able to beat Charlo last year. However, I was here to defeat Matt anyway. I will make a strong affirmation right here in the United States. My goal is Charlo. I believe that I am completely superior to that man. I am sure and fully confident that I can show my skills to him in the next six months. ”

Chris Eubank Jr was born on September 18, 1989, the son of the legendary Chris Eubank. He has held the title of super mid-level IBO since February 2019 and before that from 2017 to 2018, along with a temporary WBA belt.

Since March 2019, Eubank is ranked by BoxRec as the second best super-medium punch in the world.

Eubank Jr began playing professionally in 2011 and signed with promoter Mick Hennessy. He is mentored by his father, and coach Ronnie Davies, who coaches his father. Over the next three years, Eubank Jr possessed a record of 18 wins, including 13 victories in KO.

Up to now, the number of Eubank Jr matches has increased to 30, including 28 wins and 2 losses against George Groves and Billy Joe Saunders.