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Stiff -- an opponent that has no experience or style and is expected to get knocked out by a prospect who's building a winning record.
 
Stiff -- an opponent that has no experience or style and is expected to get knocked out by a prospect who's building a winning record.
 
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cutie -- a stylist-type of boxer with flashy moves and fast hands and feet. For example: The late, great Jersey Joe Walcot is called a cutie by boxing aficionados. The late, great Willie Pep is also called a cutie.
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Cutie -- a stylist-type of boxer with flashy moves and fast hands and feet. For example: The late, great Jersey Joe Walcot is called a cutie by boxing aficionados. The late, great Willie Pep is also called a cutie.
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Robbed -- Term used when believing that the opposite boxer should have been awarded the decision. For example protestor of a decision will say: "He was robbed. The judges are blind. They were watching the wrong bout."

Revision as of 02:05, 8 September 2007

Definitions and explanations of boxing words and phrases. Stiff -- an opponent that has no experience or style and is expected to get knocked out by a prospect who's building a winning record.

Cutie -- a stylist-type of boxer with flashy moves and fast hands and feet. For example: The late, great Jersey Joe Walcot is called a cutie by boxing aficionados. The late, great Willie Pep is also called a cutie.

Robbed -- Term used when believing that the opposite boxer should have been awarded the decision. For example protestor of a decision will say: "He was robbed. The judges are blind. They were watching the wrong bout."

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