Amateur bouts getting stopped due to nosebleeds?

Discussion in 'Boxing Training' started by Daanish Khorasani, Aug 28, 2018.


  1. Daanish Khorasani

    Daanish Khorasani New Member Full Member

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    heard about this the other day. To what extent is it true? I have nosebleeds all the time while sparring..
     
  2. f1ght3rz

    f1ght3rz KABOOM! Full Member

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    Then you should probably let a doc look for your nose or improving your defense. Definitely not normal. Or do you guys spar with MMA gloves?
     
  3. Daanish Khorasani

    Daanish Khorasani New Member Full Member

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    16oz. I know for a fact many fighters are prone to nosebleeds. Do they all just get their fights stopped lol?
     
  4. Saintpat

    Saintpat Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    How many fighters do you see who REGULARLY — like almost every fight — get their noses busted open? And you say it happens to you all the time in sparring.

    Have no idea about any trend to stop amateur fights on nosebleeds, but you do need to protect yourself better if this is a regular occurance.
     
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  5. NoNeck

    NoNeck Pugilist Specialist Full Member

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    People in combat sports with this issue can get the blood vessels cauterized.
     
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  6. Slicknick56

    Slicknick56 Well-Known Member Full Member

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    They actually will stop the fight if your nose is gushing in amateur boxing. I had a fight where my nose was gushing and the round was stopped for "medical treatment"
     
  7. Slicknick56

    Slicknick56 Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Not the fight, finished the fight but they did stop the round for a second to make sure it was good to go
     
  8. Super_Fly_Sam

    Super_Fly_Sam Aus Boxer Full Member

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    I know all to well about this!!
    Like @Daanish Khorasani I get nose bleeds all the ****ing time.

    My first fight was stopped coz of a bloody nose even though I am positive I would have been well ahead point wise. I've got video and no one can convince me otherwise!!

    Improving defense definitely helps. Though at some point everyone gets hit! but my nose is so no cut out for boxing that at times I would give myself a bloody nose from my own gloves rubbing over my nose on punches that I had blocked.

    Thankfully being that boxing isn't huge in rural Australia.. after a few fights the refs would get to know me and that I was a bleeder and would give me a bit more leeway and would just stop the fight momentarily to get my nose wiped and let me carry on.

    Just like how all chins aren't made equally in boxing all noses aren't either
     
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  9. Super_Fly_Sam

    Super_Fly_Sam Aus Boxer Full Member

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    I had mine done 3 times. It definitely helped but still didn't completely solve the problem.
    On the odd occasion when it's hot or whatever I'll still get the old nose bleed. It's pretty ****!
     
  10. MrPook

    MrPook Well-Known Member Full Member

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    It depends on how the fight is going from what I have seen. If the guy has a nosebleed and he is getting owned they might stop it.

    The same with broken noses.

    If your nose is bleeding lay off the spareing for a while and let that **** heal.
     


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