Here we go over the different types of boxing match results.


Going the Distance Victories:

Unanimous Decision (UD) – 3 of 3 judges score the same fighter the winner.

Example:
Judge A 115 – 113
Judge B 114 – 113
Judge C 116 – 113

Majority Decision (MD) – 2 of 3 judges score one fighter the winner, with the third scoring it a draw.


Example:
Judge A 115 – 113
Judge B 114 – 113
Judge C 113 – 113

Split Decision (SD) – 2 of 3 judges score one fighter the winner, with the third scoring it for the opponent.


Example:
Judge A 115 – 113
Judge B 114 – 113
Judge C 113 – 115


Victories Within the Distance:

Technical Decision (TD) – A term used in boxing when a fight has to be stopped because of a headbutt and the scorecards are used to determine a winner.  Fights must go beyond the fourth round for any fighter to be declared a winner by technical decision.

Knockout (KO) - When a fighter cannot rise to his feet by the referee’s count of 10.  A key point here is that the fighter may make it to his feet but still be too dazed to be considered “fit to continue” by the referee.

Technical Knockout (TKO) – Occurs when a referee stops a bout because a fighter is deemed “unfit to continue” or is unable to “intelligently defend himself.”  In contrast to a KO, a referee in this instance did not literally count to 10.  Hence, the knockout is technical.

Retired (RTD) – A term used when the referee stops a fight after a round has been completed.  He may do so using his own or the doctor's judgement or when a fighter has indicated that he does not want to continue. RTDs are often recorded as TKOs and are included in a boxer's knockout total.

Disqualification (DQ) – If one fighter continually repeats minor infractions despite multiple warnings from the referee (ex. hitting low, hitting the back of the head) the fighter may be disqualified, making the opponent the victor.  If a fighter performs a major infraction (ex. hitting while the opponent is down), he may be disqualified immediately.  A controversial example of this was Roy Jones, Jr. vs. Montell Griffin I when Jones was disqualified from hitting after Montell was down.



No Victor:

Draw – 3 of 3 judges score the bout a draw.


Example:
Judge A 113 – 113
Judge B 113 – 113
Judge C 113 – 113

Majority Draw – 2 of 3 judges score the bout a draw, with the third judge scoring it a win for one of the fighters.  The result on a fighter’s record is the same as a regular Draw.


Example:
Judge A 113 – 113
Judge B 113 – 113
Judge C 114 – 113

Technical Draw – Is a term used in boxing when a fight has to be stopped because a fighter is unable to continue from an accidental injury (usually cuts) or foul.  Technical draws also occur when a bout has not completed a certain number of rounds (usually four), thereby not making it an "official fight."  Most states have eliminated the technical draw decision for bouts that don't go a required distance, and have replaced it with a no contest.

No Contest (NC) – Occurs when a bout is ended before its scheduled duration, but excludes a knockout or technical knockout ending.  Recently, some states have made the official result of bouts that end due to an accidental foul or under unusual circumstances "no contest."  Many of these bouts had been previously ruled a technical draw.  An NC results in neither boxer officially winning or losing.  For example, in Mike Tyson vs. Andrzej Golota, Tyson was proclaimed the winner after Golota refused to continue due to a broken jaw.  The result was later changed to no contest after Tyson refused to take a pre-fight drug test and then tested positive for marijuana in a post-fight urine test.





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