Difference in boxing between PTS and UD?

Sports Asked on April 12, 2021

What’s the actual difference? Isn’t the UD (Unanimous Decision) a "united" decision, where all the referees agree who is the winner? What’s then the meaning of PTS?

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PTS means a result on points, where a UD statement would be inappropriate. For example,

  • historic fights may not have the judge's scores available in record, and therefore it is unsure whether a UD is what occurred

  • a number of regions had only one person deciding points in their history, and UD implies more than one person

  • any other situation where a decision on points was made but where there is not enough information to say it was UD, MD or SD (unanimous, majority or split).

Answered by Nij on April 12, 2021

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