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'''RTD''' - retired - is a term used when a boxer does not come out for the next round based on his own, his corner's, the referee's, or -- if designated by the rules -- the doctor's decision. RTDs are often recorded as [[TKO|TKOs]]. They are recorded in a boxer's knockout total.
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'''RTD''' - retired - is a term used when the referee stops a fight after a round has been completed. He may do so using his own or the doctor's judgement or when a fighter has indicated that he does not want to continue. RTDs are often recorded as TKOs and are included in a boxer's knockout total.
  
 
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Revision as of 22:02, 20 September 2009

RTD - retired - is a term used when the referee stops a fight after a round has been completed. He may do so using his own or the doctor's judgement or when a fighter has indicated that he does not want to continue. RTDs are often recorded as TKOs and are included in a boxer's knockout total.