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Sir Thomas Parkyns 1728 Boxing Instructional Interpretation

Sir Thomas Parkyns 1728 Boxing Instructional Interpretation

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My interpretation of Sir Thomas Parkyns somewhat esoteric boxing instructional from 1727 for hopefully a little more insight in to the old style of Boxing.
My interpretation of Sir Thomas Parkyns somewhat esoteric boxing instructional from 1727 for hopefully a little more insight in to the old style of Boxing.

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 Boxing
1.By all means havethe first blow with your head
[1]
orfist at his breast
[2]
, rather than at hisface
[3][4]
; which is half the battle, by reason it strikes thewind out of his body.2.If you have long hair, soap it
[5]
: The best holds are the pinnionwith your arms at hisshoulders, and your head in his face
[6]
, or get your right arm under his chin, and your left behindhis neck, and let your arms close his neck strait, by holding each elbow with the contrary hand,and crush his neck 
[7]
, your fingers in his eyes
[8]
, and your fingers of your right hand under hischin
[9]
, and your left hand under the hinder part of his head
[10]
; or twist his head round by puttingyour hand to the sideof his face, and the other behind his head
[11]
.But if your adversary taketh fast hold with each of his hands of each side of thecollar
[12]
,and thrusteth his thumbs against your throat and windpipe, speedily that you may not wantwind
[13]
, with your right hand holdhis fast there by the wrist, and with the left fort elbow, presson the top of his arm upon his feeble, betwixt your right hand and his elbow, or quickover hiswrist for the gripes.Or proceed for the pinnion as in Pag. 43. or if he hath his hands at your hair
[14]
, and hethrusteth his thumbs in your eyes
[15]
, youproceedafter the foregoing method.
Interpretation-
1.)Headbuttto Breast2.)Punchto Breast3.)Headbuttto Face4.)Punchto Face5.)Hair Grip(same asJohn Jacksonusedto beat down Dan Mendoza)6.)Pinnion7.)Hang(standing guillotine choke/front headlock/front head chancery)8.) Eye Gouge(orpossibleeye rake orfinger jab)9.) One Hand Throttle*(orpossibly throat clawor edge of hand blow)10.) Single Collar Tie*11.)Neck Twist12.)DoubleCollar Grab13.)DoubleCollar GrabwithThumbThrust to Throat14.)Double Hair Grab15.)DoubleHairGrabwithThumb Thrust to Eyes* 9 &10might me a combinationchoke of one rightgrabbingor clawing the throatand your leftgrabbingbehindhis head and pulling himinto it.

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