Long Count or Slow count is a term used in boxing. When a boxer is knocked down in a fight, the referee will count over them and the boxer must rise to their feet unaided by the count of ten or else is deemed to have been knocked out. A long count occurs when a boxer is given more than the alloted time (a notional ten seconds) to rise to his or her feet.
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