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QLD Boxing

QLD boxing clubs have produced a number of boxing champions in the past. These clubs often accept members who are either beginners or are experienced in the field of boxing, and QLD boxing clubs train people who want to learn the different techniques used in boxing. These clubs may provide one on one training or group training to interested individuals.

Some people, however, may come to these clubs not to learn fighting techniques but to stay fit and healthy.  Boxing exercises and all other techniques taught in boxing can lead to overall good health. They may strengthen a person’s body, tone the muscles and make the mind more alert.

For more information on QLD boxing and QLD boxing clubs, simply take time to browse This directory contains information on the different boxing clubs in Queensland, so contact any of the clubs listed here for more information or to enrol in QLD boxing clubs.


Qld Boxing Articles

Convicted Murderer Captured In Qld

A VICTORIAN fugitive and convicted murderer was arrested in Queensland yesterday after a month on the run from police.

Shadow Boxing Resumes As Labor Scrabbles For An Effective Southpaw

It's difficult to understand how out of touch Kim Beazley's supporters are. From my wide circle of friends, avowed Howard haters, almost no one is prepared to vote for Labor while Beazley is the leader.

Hopoate Makes Quick-smart Knockout Debut

CONTROVERSIAL former rugby league player John Hopoate made short work of his professional boxing debut, knocking out heavyweight opponent Frank Faasolo in just 47 seconds.

Club Says Boxing's Not Clever If Man Wants To Play

Anthony Mundine's offer to ``play football on Sunday and box on Monday" has been rejected by St George Illawarra officials for now. Despite having to drop below 79kg to fight in the super-middleweight division, Mundine's ``walking around" weight is 82kg, just 4kg lighter than when he last played two more

Boxer's Dream Comes Down To Earth With Thud

Bradley Hore knew he was finished even before he stepped on to the scales at the official weighin for the boxing competitors yesterday morning. The Australian light flyweight had shed blood, sweat and tears the past two days but he had known for half an hour that he had more