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What size is a standard professional boxing ring?

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posted Jan 13, 2017 by Sandeep Bedi

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Between 16 and 24 ft square (4.9 and 7.2 m square)

Olympic boxing rings are 20 ft square (6.1 m square); amateur bouts require rings that fall within a range of 16 to 20 ft square (4.90 to 6.10 m square).

answer Jan 19, 2017 by Abhishek Maheshwari
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