Boxing is a sport of fighting with boxing gloves. It has both amateur (also known as Olympic boxing) and professional competitions. The goal of the game is to win more points than the other party to win or knock the other party down and end the game. At the same time, the competitor should try to avoid the attack of the other party.
Boxing is called "the sport of the brave". As early as ancient Greece and Rome, there were many records about boxing. In the ancient Olympic Games, boxing was already one of the events. By the Third Modern Summer Olympic Games held in St. Louis, men's boxing was officially included in the competition.
The origin of boxing can be traced back to ancient times. Archaeologists found the description of the protective device "skin bandage" used for boxing from the Egyptian hieroglyphs describing the war in the 40th century BC. Egyptian soldiers used this "skin bandage" to protect their bodies from injury and wrapped all the parts from their shoulders and arms to their fists for fighting.