Examples of technical knockout in a Sentence
He has 10 knockouts and 6 technical knockouts.
He won by technical knockout.
Recent Examples of technical knockout from the Web
Seven of the 10 bouts were decided by a knockout or technical knockout, and only three of the fights went more than three rounds.
Mayweather only boxed professionally once in 2017, defeating UFC star Conor McGregor via a 10th round technical knockout in an August clash.
Lomachenko's 10th-round technical knockout of longtime lightweight champion Jorge Linares in front of more than 10,000 fans at Madison Square Garden on Saturday also moves boxing one step closer toward its next super-fight.
About halfway through the fifth round, Nunes won again by technical knockout, after raining blows down on her beleaguered foe.
Ali's reign ends Late Saturday, another champion’s reign ended after Mexico’s Jaime Munguia scored a fourth-round technical knockout victory over Sadam Ali to capture the WBO junior-middleweight title in Verona, New York.
Louisville native Trevis Burgos speaks to the media after his technical knockout during his professional debut April 27, 2018, at the KFC Yum Center.
Philadelphian Jesse Hart also won — a controversial technical knockout over Demond Nicholson of Laurel, Md. — to take the North American Boxing Federation super-middleweight title.
McGregor went on hiatus from UFC after defeating Eddie Alvarez by technical knockout at UFC 205 in November 2016.
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TECHNICAL KNOCKOUT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of technical knockout for English Language Learners
: an occurrence in which a fighter wins a boxing match when an opponent is unable to continue to fight usually because of injuries
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