Boxers wear these; we need them when it's cold
Boxers fight in one of these; you might also wear it on your finger.
The number referees count to when a boxer is on the ground.
Famous boxer - Anthony ________
Where a boxer sits between rounds.
A boxer in the heaviest weight group.
A short, quick hit with a closed hand.
A boxing match that is won when one boxer cannot get up after being hit.
These enclose and surround the ring where a match takes place.
To practise fighting with someone.
The name of the boxer played by Sylvester Stallone in a series of films.
A person who wins or comes first place
A type of word game
Games that don't end in a win or a loss
Game with circles against people
We played games in groups called
We needed to have --------- to play well
To be kind to everyone when we play
Everyone had lots of this
Fun indoor EOTC
A cube game
Food Counter Attendants
Dining Room Attendants
Resort Desk Clerks
Fast Food Cooks
Motion Picture Projectonist
Food Service Manageres
Short Order Cooks
Transportation Ticket Agents
Gaming Cage Workers
Food Preparation Workers
Russian fighter with 27 win s o loses
Ranked #1 pound for pound fighter
Fighter defeated by Mayweather
Current light heavyweight champion
Nicknamed "the prodigy"
Known as the carpenter
Known as the Lioness defeated Holly holm at UFC 239
Michelle waterson knickname
Female fight gone to WWE
1997 first UFC champion
Vacated title in 1999 to drop to light heavyweight
October 15, 2003 stripped of title due to positive UA for steriods
Reigned as Heavy wirght champion for 707 days
Defeated ken Shamrock in UFC 40 for the title
Known as the Iceman
Played B.A. Barrackus in the A Team
Mauricio Rua nickname
Debuted with a 1sr round knockout and former Dallas cowboy
A specific goal
Evaluation of a sponsorship to determine "if it would work"
An athlete which is monetarily paid for performance
An athlete which is NOT monetarily paid
A relatively small market with specialized need
Promotional budgeting by "what I can afford"
Marketing Principles used to market a team
Total money from ticket sales for an event
Segmentation based on personal interest and activities
Segmentation based on area, region, or climate
Segmentation based on Rate of use
Segmentation based on measurable statistics
Promotional budgeting by "follow the market leader"
Transaction between a producer & consumer
A goal which can be "felt" but not directly measured.
An individual that supplies a product or service
Simultaneous production & consumption of sports events at a venue
An individual which uses a product or service
A sponsorship where only one partner is promoted or allowed promotional opportunities
Intermediary that markets talent and determines an athlete's worth in a market
Using the appeal of an event to market a product
An individual that makes a purchase
Promotional budgeting using a set percent of gross sales
A drawback to sponsorship, where sponsors blend in with all of the other promotions delivered at an event
Separating consumers into smaller groups
Company which sells merchandise to the end user
Marketing item of value; such as a league, team, coach, or player
Difference between production cost and retail price
a sponsored event
Marketing item of value; such as a league, team, coach, or player or company
a product with more than one brand name on it
A company with a license to reproduce an official brand mark
A company with a popular "official" logo
royalty payment is made to the legal owner of the property, patent, copyrighted work or franchise