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Boxing is a combat sport in which two people engage in a contest of strength, speed, reflexes, endurance and will, by throwing punches at each other, usually with gloved hands. This sport appears in Fallout and Fallout 2.


The Vault Dweller can take bets in Junktown, for the champion Saul.

Fallout 2

The Chosen One can become a boxer by agreeing to fight for Stewart Little in the Jungle Gym of New Reno.

entering the Jungle Gym of New Reno, you get to box against 4 characters; Joqq, Pete McKneely, Evan Holyfeld, and The Masticator. After defeating these characters, you gain the Prizefighter perk and some fame.

The Masticator can bite your ear off which you will find in your inventory afterwards as a unique item named Player's ear. This event, however, reduces your charisma by 1 point. See The Masticator "Odd Habits" for more information.

Boxing is hosted by Stuart and he will ask you for 50% of your pay from boxing. Upon entering the ring, you are given your own Boxing Gloves, but under the Shark Club, you can find some Plated Boxing Gloves, allowing for some cheating to begin.

Notable boxers

Fallout 3 and New Vegas

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