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Professional boxing in Québec, a study =
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|Other titles||Etude de la boxe professionnelle au Québec.|
|LC Classifications||GV1116.C2 Q83 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 247 p. :|
|Number of Pages||247|
|LC Control Number||82153401|
The process of starting a boxing career usually begins with extensive training at a boxing club or gym that teaches boxing moves, ways to avoid injuries and the rules of matches. Aspiring boxers usually start this training from a young age and get physically strong and build their boxing skills in preparation for professional matches. -George Dixon (J - January 6, ) was the first black world boxing champion in any weight class, while also being the first ever Canadian-born boxing champion. -Born in Africville, NS -Known as "Little Chocolate", he stood 5 feet 3 inches ( m) tall and weighed only 87 pounds (39 kg) when he began his professional boxing career.
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Here is a frightening statistic: nearly percent of boxers suffer a brain injury of some extent during their career, according to the Association of Neurological Surgeons. Professional boxing, or prizefighting, is regulated, sanctioned sional boxing bouts are fought for a purse that is divided between the boxers as determined by contract.
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