Professional boxing started with no boxing gloves. Boxers battled against their opponents for hundreds of years. Occasionally, a boxer will wear a holster or wrap cloth in the hand to play the game, but this is all chosen by the individual players and is not mandatory.
With the introduction of the "Queensbury Rules" in 1867, cushioned boxing gloves became part of professional boxing equipment. In 1892, Jim Corbett from San Francisco, California became the first boxer to win a world championship.
When the boxer stepped into the boxing box, he could only wear boxer shorts, boxing gloves, socks and boxing boots, and mouth guards. Hands will let the opponent's coach check, and the referee will check again. In professional boxing, boxers cannot wear head protectors. Boxing gloves are divided into 8 ounces, 10 ounces, and 12 ounces.
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