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Differences between boxing and UFC / MMA

On Saturday, August 26, 2017, former UFC light champion Conor McGregor challenged boxing legend Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather. The match took place at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas and millions of fans around the world were enthusiastically watching.

Time and number of rounds

A high level boxing match is almost always scheduled in 12 innings, three minutes each. In the past it was 15 innings. As for UFC matches: each non-title contest will be scheduled for three innings, five minutes each. In both sports, the rest time is one minute between sets.

Characteristics of the match

While boxers often use their elbows and heads to gain an advantage. They are officially allowed to attack the opponent with just punches, and even the excessive tightening is prevented and monitored by the referee. If a fighter is knocked down, his opponent is not allowed to continue attacking him until he is back up and has referee’s permission to do so.

This is the UFC’s biggest contrast to boxing. In addition to using fists, they were allowed to cling, wrestle, kick and continue to attack their opponents while they were knocked out on the ring.

A UFC MMA fighter is often trained in a number of different fighting disciplines. Usually a martial artist will specialize in one martial art, but still be proficient in other subjects. Boxing boxers are trained only one subject is boxing. They tend to practice better cardio than MMA fighters, but they don’t practice any other disciplines.

Donors

Unlike in boxing, UFC boxers are banned by contracts with UFC to pursue their own sponsorship deals. They currently have only one joint sponsor with Reebok.

Cutmen

Cutman is responsible for the prevention and treatment of martial arts injuries during the half-time break. Boxers often choose and supply their own cutman. Whereas the UFC provides a cutman for each corner and usually a cutman operates in one corner for all matches in each event.

Mike Tyson challenged Conor McGregor?!

Boxing legend Mike Tyson believes that it is easy to defeat MMA boxer Conor McGregor under the boxing law.

Mike Tyson is known for his fierce and intimidating boxing style as well as his controversial behavior both inside and outside the ring. Tyson is considered one of the best heavyweight boxers of all time.

Mike Tyson is actively training to get back on track after 15 years off playing. The 54-year-old boxing legend will participate in an eight-round performance match with Roy Jones Jr on September 12 and he is very confident in his own strength.

On the recent Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon show, Mike Tyson was asked about his ability to defeat Conor McGregor, the UFC legend if he had a chance to confront it. Mike Tyson gently replied that he would kick Conor McGregor out of the ring if they were to play boxing rules.

The reason Mike Tyson is confident is because he has a much better body than Conor McGregor. Although 22 years older than this MMA fighter, Tyson played in the heavyweight, while Conor McGregor’s career was tied to light.

During his career, Mike Tyson has won 44 knock-out wins and won 2 world heavyweight boxing titles. In contrast, Conor McGregor, despite being good at MMA, could not promote his talent outside the octagonal cage.

In the first and only boxing match in his career, Conor McGregor lost to puncher Floyd Mayweather in 2017. Since then, Conor McGregor refused to go to the top with boxers before making an announcement. retired in June.

Although confidently winning Conor McGregor, but Mike Tyson also praised the talent of this 32-year-old boxer. He added he never had a real boxing match before he met Floyd, but he still has had 10 rounds against the best boxer in the last 100 years. He’s been through 10 rounds and got some of the greatest boxers in the face for 100 years. It was a commendable part of Conor McGregor’s performance.