Knockdown timekeeper

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The knockdown timekeeper is the ringside person in charge of the stopwatch that measures how long a boxer is knocked down. After the referee has directed the boxer who scored the knockdown to a neutral corner, he then looks to the knockdown timekeeper, who is looking at the stopwatch and telling the referee the count so far, to make sure of the exact count.