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    What round in boxing is there most likely to have a knock out?
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    Suppose you would say early rounds - have more energy and power but is all relative to the fighter and their style. Some are explosive and go for it but others like to grind opponents down......
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    stupid question. it can happen in the first few seconds of ths first or in the last round.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyingTriangle View Post
    stupid question. it can happen in the first few seconds of ths first or in the last round.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Serotonin+ View Post
    You'd know a stupid question when you see it, you've started enough threads with them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bateman View Post
    hahahahaha class....

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    Quote Originally Posted by fredrickvelez View Post
    What round in boxing is there most likely to have a knock out?
    What day of the year are you likely to have a car accident? It all depends on the situation, fighters, how well prepared they are, wether they re outclassed or not, experience. A lot of things. So just like my question, it completely depends on the circumstances.
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    I saw an analysis of MMA matches and it showed that the vast majority of KOs and subs happen in the first round, then the drop off is quite quick.

    I would imagine boxing to be the same but it would be interesting to see someone do research on it. Would make a good school/college/uni research project for someone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob T View Post
    I saw an analysis of MMA matches and it showed that the vast majority of KOs and subs happen in the first round, then the drop off is quite quick.

    I would imagine boxing to be the same but it would be interesting to see someone do research on it. Would make a good school/college/uni research project for someone.
    Yeah it would, bloody hard though. Theres so many variables and exeptions to theories that someone might have. The research would have to be extensive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ross90 View Post
    Yeah it would, bloody hard though. Theres so many variables and exeptions to theories that someone might have. The research would have to be extensive.
    Well, it wouldn't be a theory, just a statistical analysis. With enough figures to analyse you would be able to make statements with authority.

    I.e. "There is X% more chance of a KO happening in the first Y rounds than during the rest of the fight"

    There would obviously be exceptions (outliers).

    The hard part with research like this is collating the info. It need's a lot of planning, it's boring and a total pain in the ass - which is why I didn't finish Uni!!
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