The Boxing drinking game is for heavy drinkers, and is basically cutout for the asshole that always wants to brag that they can drink more than everyone else. Luck dictates who drinks, but you go until you forfeit, so it's a great proving ground for big talkers.
Two players step up as boxers and prepare for one on one battle, and the other two people become the corner men for one of the two "boxers". The two boxers sit at opposite sides of a table, and each take a die. The function of the corner men is to fill up empty shot glasses after a shot (punch).
Once the Boxing drinking game is setup, the two opponents begin the game, and one of the corner men starts the stopwatch. The suggested round time is 2 minutes, and boxers get a minute of rest between rounds. During a round, the boxers each roll their die, and whoever throws the lower roll drinks their shot, followed by their corner man refilling it.
This drinking game is meant to be played at a rapid pace, with the intention of forcing one of the two boxers to quit from not being able to drink anymore, or to puke (instantly disqualifying them). Boxing is a great way to prove who the bigger, better man really is when it comes to rapidly consuming alcohol.
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