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Thread: What round in boxing is there most likely to have a knock out?

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    Thumbs up What round in boxing is there most likely to have a knock out?

    I need to know what round in boxing is someone most likely to get knocked out on average?

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    I don't think it can be said.

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    Go to www.boxrec.com and knock yourself out trying to work it out. Theres a preet decent set of stats there just needs someone with the patience and will to go and analyse them

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    I think the only way to do it is to take a sample number of high profile fights and work out the averages. I did something similar for GCSE Maths working out when football teams are most likely to score. Waste of time that was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragunov View Post
    I think the only way to do it is to take a sample number of high profile fights and work out the averages. I did something similar for GCSE Maths working out when football teams are most likely to score. Waste of time that was.
    If it's Man Utd I'd say 96th - 99th minute
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    As a guess ... I'm gonna say round 3. But I'd base this purely on fighters being outmatched. First quarter is normally where they are taken out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheUnfitOne View Post
    If it's Man Utd I'd say 96th - 99th minute
    I said "if it's Man Utd I'd say 96th - 99th minute"
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheUnfitOne View Post
    I said "if it's Man Utd I'd say 96th - 99th minute"
    Yeah you're not wrong!!

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    Is this strictly an educational question or are you looking at trying to go the distance yourself perhaps?

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