prefight

prefight

(priːˈfaɪt)
adj
(Boxing) of the period before a boxing match
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45 Newcastle 1pt win ALTHOUGH the beast from the east hasn't lived up to the prefight hype - one reporter quipped it was the hysteria from Siberia - it has put paid to today's three jumps meetings.
A relative rookie in Marquis of Queensberry rules, Saturday night's showing was only his 14th as a professional - he was written off prefight.
Jerwin Ancajas didn't have to make a prefight announcement that he would go and fight in his own way.
Ali told reporter Dick Schaap that it was part of a longstanding prefight strategy, adding: "I like to get a man mad, because when a man's mad, he wants ya so bad, he can't think, so I like to get a man mad.
The GWG 2015 prefight certification is a validation of the prepress quality control specification developed by the GWG.
This fighter was also accurately identified by the layperson tester due to the worsening in King-Devick test scores from the prefight baseline (48.
Frampton faced a threeweight world champion in Leo Santa Cruz a fortnight ago - but despite prefight doubters across the water, once the bell rang a Carl victory didn't seem in doubt.
It's been part of the 26-year-old's prefight routine since he was an amateur and he has no intention of changing it now.
Cardiac causes are commonly identified by the ringside physician prior to the boxer entering the ring, during the course of the prefight medical check-up, when an electrocardiogram is reviewed and, if needed, an echocardiogram is requested.
Evans, Gauthier, and Forsyth (1998) interviewed 31 American dogmen for between two and four hours at dogfights, at prefight meetings, and at the homes of the dogmen.
Is this particular beast remembering some courting ritual or prefight psych-out shuffle that he used to do when he was "free"?
And Flintoff shrugged off the criticism at his prefight press conference, saying: "People wanted to see me get out first ball when I played cricket.