In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1at the ringside — junto al cuadrilátero / ring
- Championship gloves are closely inspected for thickness and weight, a ringside doctor is present at every title fight and an ambulance stands by containing clinical resuscitation, life-support and monitoring equipment.
- He offers his hard-earned words of wisdom and monitors the novice's progress from the first day of training, through rigorous one-to-one instruction and is ringside when seconds count out, signalling the main event.
- Even in his last days he was fully conscious of his approaching end, and thought of the famous ringside battles at which he had officiated.
- Having them ringside really motivates me to keep going toward my dream - boxing in the Olympics and eventually going professional.
- Working at ringside fired his interest in the sport even more and he began to learn the ins and outs of wrestling promotion from his father.
- As the ringside bell tolls, the boxing match gets underway sending Billy spiraling into revenge, desperation and bitter betrayal!
- Witter won easily in a preliminary fight and immediately left the ringside to challenge Hatton.
- I was the only person still at ringside with a camera, so I photographed the dramatic sequence of events.
- One of her main supporters is her stepfather Mike Patterson, who often travels with her, encouraging her from ringside.
- And Mark, how about sending us some ringside tickets for your first bout?
- He shouted into Larry Merchant's microphone as he ran off to join the ringside celebration after his unification of the 3 heavyweight titles and victory over 3-time champion Evander Holyfield.
- But the standout features of his impressive victory were his tough mental resilience in the face of difficult ringside circumstances, and the huge knock-out punch that floored his opponent in the tenth round.
- When the promoter appeared at the ringside he was loudly booed by the audience.
- Leonard himself, sitting ringside with his TV smile gone and his eyes severe, knows a good fight will win over the crowd.
- My press credentials and my contacts among the San Jose fight managers got me ringside tickets to the Olympic Trials at the Cow Palace in the environs of San Francisco.
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