Boxers may refer to:

  • Plural form of boxer
  • "Boxers" (song), by Morrissey from his 1995 album World of Morrissey
  • The Boxers, or "Fists of Righteous Harmony", participants in China's Boxer Rebellion in the late 19th century
  • Two types of underwear:
    • Boxer shorts
    • Boxer briefs

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... Ambers (1913–1995), born Luigi d'Ambrosio, boxer ... Battalino Sal Bartolo Melio Bettina Tony Canzoneri (1908–1959) boxer Primo Carnera, heavyweight boxing champion during the 1930s and later pro-wrestling champion ... Graziano Pete Herman (1896–1973), born Peter Gulotta, one of the all time great bantamweight boxer world champions ...
Charles Mayer (boxer)
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... During the Boxer Rebellion, the Boxers burned down his print shop and church site ... with Isaiah's family, where she was also eventually murdered by the Boxers ... Ioann or John was attacked brutally on June 10, 1900 by the Boxers who—by some reports—chopped off his nose, ears, and toes and hacked away at his ...
List Of Medal Of Honor Recipients For The Boxer Rebellion
... The Boxer Movement, or Boxer Rebellion, was a Chinese uprising from November 1899 to September 7, 1901, against foreign influence in areas such as trade ... of the Chinese Society of Righteous and Harmonious Fists were simply called boxers by the Westerners due to the martial arts and calisthenics they practiced ... In June 1900, the Boxers invaded Beijing and killed 230 non-Chinese ...

Famous quotes containing the word boxers:

    It’s the boxers who attract the real women, after all, with their raw primeval strength, beautifully toned bodies and just a touch of vulnerability.
    Eamonn McCabe (b. 1948)