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If you are looking for the best place to practice your boxing classes in Delhi, then look no further than the Crosstrain Fight Club.
With the help of a qualified and experienced trainer, you will get the chance to learn the techniques to fight like a professional.
The club not only provides training but also provides the perfect venue to test your boxing skills.
Located in Delhi, this club has been serving the fighters from Delhi and across India.

With the help of punching bags and other equipment, you can practice your boxing techniques and improve your boxing skills at this club.
The coaches here are very helpful and friendly. They guide the new students and help them improve their boxing skills.
The club offers a lot of facilities to its members and they include monthly sparring sessions, free boxing classes, long retreats, and much more.

There are a lot of benefits that one can derive from membership of this club.
With the monthly membership packages, you can use the equipment for multiple dates without any additional fee. You can sign up for membership online, and once you have made the payment, you can get your kit.
This club offers free membership for those who join on the first month and then the regular members have to pay an extra amount.
New members have to undergo a special test before being allowed to enter the main tournament.

CROSSTRAIN keeps a promise to bring the combination of all martial art forms that complete the MMA experience within Delhi, Gurgaon and Noida. This includes boxing.

Boxing is a comparatively a more popular combat sport than kickboxing, Jiu Jitsu and Mixed Martial Arts (MMA).
It is also known to be the toughest and most dangerous form of combat. Besides being part of every competitive global sports games, Boxing has it’s own world Championship series.
A boxing fight comprises of a series of three-minute intervals called rounds. There are now a total of up to 12 rounds per fight; previously it used to be up to 15 rounds.
The opponents fight for points and the rounds continue till one is knocked out, or one of the two corners throws in the towel or if one fighter does not answer to the bell.
The winner can also be declared based on the total of the judges’ scorecards at the end of the boxing match.
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