Boxing is a sport in which two people try to hit
each other with only their two padded gloves. Players
cannot be younger than 17 or older than 37. Players try to hit the
opponent in the upper body. Bouts or
matches consist of three-minute rounds. There is a one-minute break
between each round. The referee is in
charge of the match and uses three words: "stop," "box" and 'break."
Players can be disqualified for not listening to or obeying the referee.
There are three to five judges that award and take away points for legal
and illegal punches or breaking of the rules.