THE GREATEST FEMALE BOXERS OF ALL TIME

Top 10 Greatest Female Boxers of All Time

Much is said about boxers: their records, rivalities and their careers in general; people follow their favorites and what is new and polemical. Most of the time the male boxers take the spotlight, so now we take and opportunity to highlight the female side of this sport. Ranker.com has compile a list of The Greatest Female Boxers of All Time using a rank based system powered by users, so these people are picked by the public and make their way up popularity. Here we present you the Top 10:

  • 1. Cecilia Brækhus, born September 28, 1981.
  • 2. Laila Ali, born December 30, 1977.
  • 3. Holly Holm, born October 17, 1981.
  • 4. Lucia Rijker, born December 6, 1967.
  • 5. Ann Wolfe, born January 17, 1971.
  • 6. Regina Halmich, born November 22, 1976.
  • 7. Katie Taylor, born July 2, 1986.
  • 8. Mia St. John, born June 24, 1967.
  • 9. Christina Hammer, born August 16, 1990.
  • 10. Christy Martin, born June 12, 1968.

For the full list you can check out their site here, you can vote for your favorite or even make your own list! Did your favorite female boxer made it? Tell us about it.

THE OUT-BOXER STYLES AND TECHNIQUES

THE OUT BOXER BLOG

The Out-Boxer

There are different boxing styles that are generally accepted. The boxer has a natural tendency to gravitate towards a specific style but it can actually change over the years. This time we’re gonna talk about the out-boxer technique.

This is a traditional style of boxing, and it is often called just plain “boxer” and it is definitely one of the most enjoyable techniques to watch as an aficionado. The boxer keeps a gap and stays outside the ring, throwing longer punches, they’re the exact opposite of a swarmer who is aggressive and overwhelming with his opponent.

Probably the most famous out-boxer is Muhammad Ali who weared his opponents down leading to a soft victory.

Here are some ways you can identify this style and get to know if you yourself are a out-boxer.

  1. You take your time to identify your opponent’s style
  2. You like to maintain distance from your opponent
  3. You make long range punches.
  4. You’re quick on your feet
  5. You stay outside, come in throwing a few punches, and step back
  6. Your punches are calculated and constant.

Remember no boxer is married to a single style throughout his career. You can learn what’s best for you, practice, study your opponent  and achieve victory.