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It comes in PSD files for download. This is a hitting poster design in a flyer template. Karate and martial arts add to the feel. The template comes with a glitz and glamour to attract the audience. It has big font face perfect for event information and title. The flyer is stolid with two fighters in mid-fight. The design is animated yet classic. This is the college theme boxing match flyer design with a wire net and crowd in the background. The template features a single boxer at the front with event description in the mid.
The design is suitable for challenge matches. This is championship flyer which is inevitable for a large audience. It features a retro style design with a superficial logo. This is a kick boxing template with model photos and big titles. The design has a black and white domination with gloss finish. The championship flyer has a high deal of aesthetic factor with a comic book animated design.
The boxing theme has been fused with a Christmas theme in this template with all kind of typical decorations. The template has 4 variations with solid looking flyer design. It focuses on face-off night.
The template is useful for graphic artists. The template features the MMA fonts and ring design with a boxer model.
Alternate until all name spaces are filled. To win this pool, you will simply see which round the fight ends in and who the winner was.
This participant with their name in that space is the winner. This 10 Line Boxing Office Pool is perfect for the next big fight. The print-out below allows you to run 3 different 10 Line Pools on the same sheet, it's also available as one game per sheet. Simply have the participants of the pool write their name on the line or lines of their choice.
Once the 10 lines are full, randomly draw the numbers and place them in the boxes beside each line. To determine a winning square you will add together the total minutes of the fight rounded up to next minute and the round in which the fight ends. The minutes total count starts with 1 from the first seconds, then 2 for 1: If the total number is double digits, you will use the last digit.