List of Boxing Statistics

List of Boxing Statistics

In boxing there are a variety of different statistics used to keep track of the skill and abilities of boxers. There are statistics for fouls, a boxer’s record, and the decision of a boxing match. Below are some of the statistics and the meanings behind them.

Boxing Statistics List

  • KO

  • WLD
  • PTS
  • Streak
  • DQ
  • TKO
  • Knockdown
  • Foul
  • Beaten Opponents
  • Fights
  • Beaten Champions
  • UD
  • SD
  • MD
  • TD
  • ND
  • RTD
  • D
  • Outpoint
  • LB
  • Punch Totals
  • Power Shots Landed
  • Percent Landed


A knockout in boxing occurs when a boxer is hit by the opponent and isn’t able to stand on their feet after the referee counts to ten. 


This is a statistic in boxing where it keeps track of the boxer’s record. It will go in order of their wins, losses, draws, and no decisions. Typically this is an important statistic because it helps boxers to understand where they rank against others.


Points are a statistic that is awarded to a boxer from a single judge.


In boxing, a streak is a statistic that keeps track of how many matches a boxer has won or lost in a row.


A disqualification in boxing is when a boxer has committed several fouls, a major infringement, or is not following the rules.


A Technical Knockout occurs when the fight is stopped for reasons outside of the norm (a knockout, a round being over, etc.). Instead, the referee or doctor decides that the match needs to be stopped.


This is a statistic of boxing that occurs when an opponent is struck by their opponent and their knee or glove touches the mat.


This is a statistic in boxing that occurs when a boxer breaks the rules of boxing. If rules are repeatedly being broken in a match, it can lead to a boxer’s points being deducted.

Beaten Opponents

This statistic shows how many opponents a boxer has beaten.


This statistic shows how many fights a boxer has been in.

Beaten Champions

This statistic shows how many opponents a boxer has beaten that have been highly ranked or that have been champions for their weight class.


Unanimous decision in boxing is when all of the judges decide the same boxer wins the match.


Split Decision in boxing occurs when one judge believes one boxer won, but two judges thought the other boxer won.


Majority Decision in boxing is when one of the judges saw neither of the boxers win, but 2 of the judges saw one boxer win.


Technical Decision is a statistic in boxing where an accidental foul has been committed. This causes the fight to be paused. If there are at least four rounds that have been completed, the boxer who has the most points from the judges will be declared the winner. On the other hand, if the both boxers have the same amount of points after four rounds, then the match is concluded as a technical draw. But, if four rounds have not been completed, then the match is concluded as a no decision.


No Decision in boxing can also be called no contest. This statistic occurs when a fight is wiped off the record. This occurs in unusual circumstances such as when a boxer isn’t following the rules, police get involved, or there is bad weather.


Referee Technical Decision is a statistic in boxing where a boxer typically decides in-between rounds that they no longer want to continue the fight. This can occur if the boxer doesn’t have a desire to compete or it is decided that their safety is at risk.


A draw in boxing is when there is no winner; it can be compared to a tie. There are several types of draw. One can occur when all the judges think it is a draw between the boxers, and another is when all of the judges conclude to different outcomes (win, loss, and draw). Lastly, there is another kind of draw, and is called a majority draw. There are two ways this could happen. For one of them, it can occur when two judges decide there is a draw and one judge decides there is a win. For the other majority draw, two of the judges would decide there is a draw, and one judge would decide it is a loss.


This is a statistic in boxing where a boxer outscores his opponent. This can happen due to the individual landing more punches or blows against the opponent.


Weight is a statistic in boxing that helps determine the weight classes. When two boxers compete against each other they have to be in the same weight class. There is minimum weights (105 pounds), light flyweight (108 pounds), flyweight (112 pounds), super flyweight (115 pounds), bantamweight (118 pounds), super bantamweight (122 pounds), featherweight (126 pounds), super featherweight (130 pounds), lightweight (135 pounds), super lightweight (140 pounds), welterweight (147 pounds), super welterweight (154 pounds), middleweight (160 pounds), super middleweight (168 pounds), light heavyweight (175 pounds), cruiserweight (200 pounds), and heavyweight which there is no limit to the weight.

Punch Totals

This statistic keeps track of the total number of punches thrown by the boxer. This statistic isn’t used very often, but it is important to know the average of punches thrown for each match.

Power Shots Landed

This statistic is used in boxing to calculate the power shots that are thrown by a boxer. This statistic helps to separate the punches that add to the boxer’s points from jabs.

Percent Landed

This statistic records the amount of punches that have accurately hit their opponent. It measures the punching accuracy and punches that have resulted in scoring opportunities.