Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of kickboxer.

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Examples

  • Both used to be professional kickboxers and want to promote the sport.

    2 Thai Senators Kickbox To Get Their Point Across

  • Both used to be professional kickboxers and want to promote the sport.

    2 Thai Senators Kickbox To Get Their Point Across

  • Rampage Jackson has knocked out jiu-jitsu black belts, Greco-Roman wrestlers, Thai kickboxers, and judo champions using an arsenal of punches, body slams, and choke holds sanctioned by the UFC, which is the leading promoter of a mongrel sport that is wildly popular among younger fight fans and martial-arts disciples who revel in the adrenaline-fueled combination of athleticism and bloodshed.

    Rampage

  • Rampage Jackson has knocked out jiu-jitsu black belts, Greco-Roman wrestlers, Thai kickboxers, and judo champions using an arsenal of punches, body slams, and choke holds sanctioned by the UFC, which is the leading promoter of a mongrel sport that is wildly popular among younger fight fans and martial-arts disciples who revel in the adrenaline-fueled combination of athleticism and bloodshed.

    Rampage

  • Rampage Jackson has knocked out jiu-jitsu black belts, Greco-Roman wrestlers, Thai kickboxers, and judo champions using an arsenal of punches, body slams, and choke holds sanctioned by the UFC, which is the leading promoter of a mongrel sport that is wildly popular among younger fight fans and martial-arts disciples who revel in the adrenaline-fueled combination of athleticism and bloodshed.

    Rampage

  • We gossiped, griped, laughed, sent each other those early internet forwards (Korean kickboxers breaking their shins, etc.) and if it weren't for him, I would have self-destructed in that job way sooner than I actually did.

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  • We gossiped, griped, laughed, sent each other those early internet forwards (Korean kickboxers breaking their shins, etc.) and if it weren't for him, I would have self-destructed in that job way sooner than I actually did.

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  • The number of kickboxers is small -- under a thousand -- but is nevertheless a conspicuous symbol of the poverty, illiteracy and lack of opportunity in Malaysia's rural regions.

    Fighting To Survive

  • The pay-per-view tournament matched kickboxers, judo artists and Brazilian jujitsu fighters, and saw so many broken bones and bloody injuries that John McCain dubbed it "human cockfighting" and called for its abolishment.

    Blood, Guts and Money

  • An amiable Jamaican, he is one of the best kickboxers in the world in three weight classes; training amateur boxers is only a sideline for him.

    Portrait of a Woman as a Young Boxer

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