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Why Did They Stop 15-Round Boxing Matches? – Combat Museum
You may be familiar with the fact that boxing matches used to go 15 rounds. In fact, boxing used to have no time limit at all. But why did this end? Today, championship boxing matches can only go to 12 rounds. So why did they stop 15 round boxing matches? 15-round boxing matches ended due to the death of South Korean boxer Kim Duk-koo in the 14th round of his WBA Title fight against Ray Mancini in 1982. Kim Duk-koo’s death prompted the WBC to limit its championship fights to a maximum of twelve rounds, a move followed by the…