Evolution of Boxing Games 1979-2021

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  • Published on:  12/1/2020
  • Evolution of Boxing Games 1979-2021

    1979 Boxing Match 0:00
    1983 Rocky Super Action Boxing 0:12
    1984 Punch-Out 0:23
    1985 Ring King 0:34
    1986 Fight Night 0:47
    1987 Mike Tyson's Punch-Out 1:01
    1988 The Final Round 1:16
    1989 Digital Champ: Battle Boxing 1:26
    1990 James 'Buster' Douglas Knockout Boxing 1:40
    1991 George Foreman's KO Boxing 1:52
    1992 Evander Holyfield's Real Deal Boxing 2:03
    1993 Greatest Heavyweights 2:14
    1994 Super Punch-Out 2:25
    1995 Foes of Ali 2:39
    1998 Knockout Kings 99 2:50
    1999 Knockout Kings 2000 3:04
    2000 Ready 2 Rumble Boxing 3:25
    2001 Victorious Boxers 3:42
    2002 Knockout Kings 2002 4:01
    2003 Black & Bruised 4:26
    2004 Fight Night 2004 4:40
    2005 Fight Night Round 2 4:57
    2006 Fight Night Round 3 5:19
    2007 Rocky Balboa 5:36
    2008 Don King Presents: Prizefighter 5:55
    2009 Fight Night Round 4 6:15
    2010 Kinect Sports 6:39
    2011 Fight Night Champion 6:55
    2012 Real Boxing 7:24
    2017 Knockout League 7:41
    2018 Creed: Rise to Glory 7:57
    2021 eSports Boxing Club 8:20

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