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technical knockout

Boxing a judgment of a knockout given when a boxer is in the referee's opinion too badly beaten to continue without risk of serious injury
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Artiyom Gorodynets (Ukr) beat Ahmad Al Darmaki (UAE) by technical knockout, 1st round
FORMER WBO heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko scored a fourth round technical knockout win over American Danell Nicholson in Germany.
Muhammad Ali (aka Cassius Clay) "shook up the world" on February 25, 1964, when he won the heavyweight title with a surprising eighth-round technical knockout of Sonny Liston, at the time one of the most terrifying heavyweights in history.
Still, it was Morgan who nudged the movement into motion by molding the peculiar system of nomenclature that led to what one researcher calls "one of the richest sources of ridiculous names in the world" -- names like dunce, tricky dick and technical knockout.
For three consecutive years, this rapidly growing company has been named one of Milwaukee's Future 50 companies by the Milwaukee Metro Association of Commerce, and has twice been awarded the Technical Knockout Award (TKO).
Xie Chao followed earned a technical knockout victory over Malaysian Kelvin Ong in the featherweight division.
Hatton lost to Mayweather via technical knockout in the 10th round.
He went on to lose the next fight of his supposed world title defence with a 12th round technical knockout against the USA's Michael Moorer.
Khan had won by a fifth-round technical knockout in Las Vegas.
Cleverley wrecked Karo Murat's unbeaten record on a technical knockout in an eliminator and Blake says: "He took a knock in the fifth and wasn't at all shaken.
Klitschko, older brother of fellow heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko, then defended his title with a ninth-round technical knockout of Juan Carlos Gomez in March in Germany.

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