Almost all of the boxing promoters in the world fought hard for years so that the female exponents of the sport would be treated on an equal level with the men and for its inclusion in to the Olympic Games.

The fruition of which was reached when it was decided that women boxers will be able to participate in the London Olympic Games of 2012. It was recognition of the growing popularity of the sport among women and the increasing number of talented female boxers.

Boxing to Lose Weight

There are many ways to lose weight. Sit ups and workouts on treadmills are the most common and popular ways to lose weight. The treadmills and sit ups are the real ways of losing weight but the only problem with these methods is time.

An oversized person will need too much time to shape his body if he is working out on treadmills or doing sit ups daily. If a person is not patient enough to spend too many days to lose weight then the end results will not come as according to expectations.


The promoter of WBA heavyweight champion David Haye said Monday that talks to stage a title unification match against Wladimir Klitschko are "progressing nicely."

"David wants the fight," promoter Richard Schaefer said. "We're working now on the date and the venue."

WBO and IBF champion Klitschko (55-3, 49 KOs) has sought the brash Brit Haye (25-1, 23 KOs) for more than a year, questioning his manhood as recently as last summer.


Brothers Wladimir and Vitali Klitschko have issued a joint statement saying they are ready to fight Britain's world champion David Haye in 2011, according to the Free MMA Bets website.

Wladimir holds three of the current world heavyweight belts, Vitali one and Haye the other.

"We promise that in 2011 the fight against Haye will come," read the statement, released through "We want this fight at all costs. He may choose against which of us he wants to step into the ring to lose his world title."


Amir Khan has conceded he may need to increase his experience before stepping into the ring with Floyd Mayweather Jnr.

Khan defended his light-welterweight crown with a gritty win over Marcos Maidana last weekend - a clash described by promoter Oscar De La Hoya as the "fight of the decade".