Shortest fight of all time. The Trainer hood river 


Shortest fight of all time By K. Thor Jensen  
Boxing has attracted more than its fair share of colorful characters and unusual situations. Once you step into that ring, anything can happen. In this feature, we’ll share with you 10 awesome nuggets of boxing lore that you can bust out around the water cooler to impress people with your knowledge of the sweet science. Take your mouthguard out first.
Shortest Fight of All Time – 9/24/1946
One of the biggest problems with promoting combat sports is that fights can be very long or very short, depending on where the punches land. If you paid money to see Al Couture take on Ralph Walton in 1946, you probably were pretty pissed off with the way things went down. Couture holds the record for the fastest knockout in boxing history. With his first punch, he had Walton unconscious on the mat, and it was all over. Total match time: 10.5 seconds. That’s half a second to throw a punch and 10 seconds for the referee to count him out. No refunds, folks. #thetrainer #hoodriver#personaltrainer #functionaltraining #functionaltrainer#rusticparkour #insideoutfitnesshoodriver #muaythai #fitness #functionaltrainer #health #running #fitnessaddict #workout #cardio #mma #training #healthy #parkour #boxingfunctionaltrainingclubhoodriver #columbiarivergorge #active #strong #motivation #determination #lifestyle #getfit #fatloss #fatfighters7 #boxing