fistic

fist·ic

 (fĭs′tĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to boxing or fighting with the fists.

fistic

(ˈfɪstɪk) or

fistical

adj
(Boxing) of or relating to fisticuffs or boxing

fist•ic

(ˈfɪs tɪk)

adj.
of boxing; pugilistic: fistic heroes.
[1800–10]
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To continue in fistic phraseology, he had a genius for coming up to the scratch, wherever and whatever it was, and proving himself an ugly customer.
This was another common procedure on the part of the ladies of the Hole, when heated by verbal or fistic altercation.
? Cannock sporting bar The Premier Suite - already graced by some of boxing's greatest names - has secured another fistic coup.
Colombian Jorge Julio was knocked out by Pacquiao in the second round in Memphis in 2012 and after nearly a year, returned to lose to Israel Vazquez by a 10th round stoppage, signaling the end of his fistic career.
And although his son followed him into the fistic family business, Eubank Jr is determined to avoid a repeat of his father's failings.
Therefore, his spanking new website which was launched this week is well worth a visit with strong opinions on literally everything fistic.
And Chisora fuelled the fistic flames by claiming Whyte turned to the dark arts during the preview show on Sky Sports.
IF ever a fighter deserved fistic fortune to favour him tomorrow, it's David Price.
I wonder if his display of mastery over the fistic arts was behind Fauzia Kasuri's departure from the party.
It ended another bizarre boxing night even by the standards of the WBO heavyweight title, which has been contested in such fistic hotbeds as the Norwich Sports Village and which once famously allowed a fighter to be plucked from the audience to take on Tommy Morrison in 1993.
Sky Sports 1 Tonight/Sunday morning has, for my money, a fight that will decide the current pound for pound King of the sport when Sergey Kovalev rematches Andre Ward after their close and disputed first fistic match up last November.