What is White Collar Boxing UK?

What is White Collar Boxing UK?

What is White Collar Boxing UK?

White-collar boxing is a form of boxing in which people in white-collar professions train to fight at special events. Most have had no prior boxing experience.

How hard is white collar boxing?

“If you’ve been training for five or six weeks you will not physically be in a position to box two three-minute rounds. “It’s a very demanding sport and when your body starts getting tired your hands start dropping, and you are more susceptible to taking more shots.

Who can do white collar boxing?

You must be aged 18 or over to compete. All boxers train together to ensure fairly matched bouts. Bouts contested over 3 rounds of 2 minutes with 1 minute intervals.

Is White Collar Boxing for Beginners?

If you are a complete beginner but want to train as a fighter with the possibility of competing in boxing competitions this is the class for you. You will learn technique, join sparring sessions and do regular strength and conditioning training.

How much do white collar boxers get paid?

Fighters get paid a minimum of £150 a bout, but can earn up to £500 at home events by selling extra tickets.

What is the age limit for white collar boxing?

between 18 and 55 years old
What are the age limits? To take part in White Collar Fighter you need to be aged between 18 and 55 years old.

How many times can you do white collar boxing?

Ideally you need to be training two or three times a week for an hour at a time, but there is no limit – you can train every day if that’s what suits you. Some people like to train more frequently to help reduce anxiety and nerves before the fight.

Is White Collar Boxing worth it?

It’s a great opportunity for people with little or no boxing background to experience it, in a safe and enjoyable environment. The majority of white-collar boxing events are in aid of a charity, so it’s a great way to get fit, while raising money for a good cause at the same time.

Is White Collar Boxing safe?

We feel our events offer a ‘gold standard’ in safety and this has been verified by doctors, neurosurgeons and many other professional bodies that have reviewed our practices. To our knowledge, we are also the only white collar boxing organisation to have insurance for participants.