There are three (for 17 years and older) or four (for juniors) two-minute rounds in amateur boxing, while nine to twelve three-minute rounds in professional boxing.
If a boxer is knocked down, the referee will take his opponent to the neutral corner and begins the count to 10 and at the count of 8, decides whether to continue or terminate the bout or continue the count. If the knocked down boxer rises during the count, then the bout continues otherwise the opponent wins.
The violation of any of the rules is called a foul. In this situation, the referee may warn or disqualify the boxer or may deduct his points. Some fouls include-
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