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Top 10 Boxing Coloring Pages For Your Naughty Kid

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Is your little one scared of boxing, and are you looking for a safe way to acquaint him to the sport? Or are you just thinking of printing some boxing coloring pages for your budding little pugilist? If you said yes to either question, then you should consider reading our post.

Boxing is a martial art sport that involves defense and attack using the fists. The players or boxers wear padded gloves and throw punches at each other. The goal of the players is to weaken and knock down the competition. A referee supervises the match over a series of three rounds. So, now that your little Tyson knows the basics, let’s check out the boxing coloring sheets below.

Boxing Coloring Pages For Your Toddler:

1. Boxing Gloves:

Here is a coloring image of a pair of boxing gloves. Boxing gloves are cushioned gloves that boxers wear during the matches and training. The gloves also protect the boxer’s hands during a bout. Boxing gloves reduce the possibility of facial injury but do not lessen the risk of brain damage on the participants.

2. Muhammad Ali:

Meet the boxing legend, Muhammad Ali. Muhammad Ali is a former American professional boxer and one of the most recognized sports figures. He is one of the greatest heavyweights in the history boxing. Muhammad Ali began his boxing training at the age of 12 and won the boxing championship at the age of 22. Muhammad Ali is a source of inspiration for many boxers today.

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3. Kangaroo Boxer:

The boxing coloring page is a national symbol of Australia. You will see the motif on display during sports events like tennis, basketball, soccer, cricket and even the Olympics. The idea stems from the defensive behavior of the Kangaroos. A kangaroo uses his arms to hold the attacker and legs to kick and disembowel them.

4. Little Boxer:

Look at this little boxer in the boxing ring. It seems like he is confident of winning the game. Boxing is a great sport to teach your child. It will educate him work ethics and discipline better than any other sport. It will also develop his bio-motor abilities like timing, speed, agility, coordination balance and so on.

5. Fierce Boxer:

Here’s a boxing coloring sheet of an aggressive boxer all set to knock down his opponent. A boxer follows distinct styles of fighting. He has to maintain a distance between himself and the enemy and fight with long-range punches. An efficient boxer controls the pace of the fight and leads his opponent, wearing him down methodically.

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6. Olympics Boxing:

Boxing debuted as an Olympic event in the 688 BCE as a fist fighting contest. It is one of the two sports where the participants require an amateur status. Boxing was earlier a male dominated sport in the Olympics. But in 2012, women’s boxing was also included in the Olympics.

7. Boxing Referee:

Here’s a coloring page of a boxing referee for your child. A boxing referee reinforces the specific rules of the sport during the match. He gives necessary instructions to both the participants before the big fight. The referee determines when to start and stop the count when the player is down. He also signals when the round is over.

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8. Joe Louis:

Here’s a boxing coloring pictures of Joe Louis, the Brown Bomber. Joe Louis is a former American professional boxer and the winner of World Heavyweight Champion for three times in a row. Joe Louis was a hardworking and honest fighter.

9. Finish The Picture:

The boxer is all set to fight his opponent, armed with snazzy sneakers and squishy gloves. But where is the opponent? Tell your child to draw the opponent on the diagram so that the boxer can resume the match. It’s up to your child to decide who would be the perfect candidate for this Boxer- a giant animal or a human.

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10. Kitty Boxing:

The boxing coloring page shows a cat competing with a monster in the boxing ring. Do you know what a boxing ring is? A boxing ring is an arena where the match occurs. The ring is square in shape and is set on the raised platform. The ropes of the boxing ring connect with the posts. Your child will have a gala time coloring these creatures.

We hope these coloring pages of boxing help awaken your kid’s interest in boxing. Does your little one have a favorite image from the list here? Share his choice with us here.

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