For some, it's hard to imagine the sport of boxing as a science, much less a sweet one. So where did this unusual nickname come from?
You have to go all the way back to the early 1800s. That's when a British sportswriter named Pierce Egan authored a series of articles called Boxiana. In it he referred to boxing as the "Sweet Science of Bruising." The term would be used again in homage to Egan by AJ Libeling who wrote for The New Yorker.
The phrase represents an artistic display of pure athleticism. Boxers are skilled, methodical and physically fit to the point of perfection. These personal checks illustrate the beauty of a sport that may be violent, but can also be inspirational.
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