Boxing is a sport that has been evolving since before 1350 BC. Depictions of ancient boxing have been found in Iraq, Egypt, Greece, and Rome.
Modern boxing we see today is based on the rules published under the patronage of Marquess of Queensberry in 1867. These rules establish the use of a 24 foot square ring, time of rounds, 1 minute intervals of rest, and banded wrestling among other rules that are still used today in modern boxing.
As in martial arts, Boxing has many different styles from the Philly shell used by the Mayweathers, Peek-a-boo used by Mike Tyson, to the Mexican boxing style that focuses on devastating body attacks. We at Unlimited Martial Arts believe our students should not be limited to learning one method or ideology of a particular boxing lineage. We review all styles of boxing in our classes and welcome boxing coaches from all over the world to share their knowledge with our students and instructors.