The rules of boxing (and his other hand) are reflected in many proverbs and sayings. Saying "do not beat lying", "lying in a fight does not go to" show the nobility of Russian soldiers in combat. The saying "do not fight the power, and skill," says the desire to see people in action, not only strength, but agility.
BOX ON IN ENGLAND
Bare fists English boxing prize, boxing connection with the fight in the front - has evolved from the original forms of martial arts that existed in England during the Middle Ages. Describing the race of boxers first half of XVIII century., Godfrey (a contemporary of the first prize fighters Figg, Taylor and Broughton) indicates that there were arenas (barracks), attracted many spectators. These barracks were permanent places for the matches. The competitions were held in booths at fairs. Hence began the development of professional boxing. Competition in the prize box regulated primitive rules and were extremely rude. In the battle were allowed to use many of the techniques that were later banned.