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
Mayweather and McGregor squared off last fall in one of the most ballyhooed boxing matches in the history of the sport, with Mayweather beating McGregor by technical knockout in the 10th round.
Known for his hard-partying ways, Mayweather has largely remained out of the spotlight since his cross-discipline fight with mixed martial artist Conor McGregor in August, which Mayweather won by technical knockout.
Shahbazian, a former Hoover High standout wrestler who trains at the Glendale Fighting Club, is still just 20 and boasts a 5-0 record with all his wins coming via technical knockout inside the first round.
Baltimore’s Joe Gans defends his world lightweight boxing title with a third-round technical knockout of England’s Spike Robson in Philadelphia.
At the time of the technical knockout in the 10th round, Mayweather was ahead on all three judges’ scorecards: 89-81, 89-82, 87-83.
Chalermpol lost by technical knockout, but his problems didn’t end there.
And Alvarez scored a technical knockout of then-154-pound champion Liam Smith last September.
Joshua retained his International Boxing Federation and World Boxing Association heavyweight belts after a 10th-round technical knockout victory over Carlos Takam on Saturday in Cardiff, Wales.
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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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