Rings & Accessories

Whether you’re staging a fighting event or looking for a ring that will perfectly outfit a professional gym, TITLE Boxing has you completely covered. Select from USA Boxing and professional sanctioning body-approved elevated competition rings for every level of fights, from amateur to world championships. Plus, training rings, floor rings, corner pads, ring ropes and covers, ring canvas and vinyl floor covers, ring padding, rope spacers, turnbuckle covers, corner post covers, ring gongs, round cards, and much more. Want to give your ring a professional custom look? Email custom@titleboxing.com to inquire about custom ring options.
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Just like boxing gloves, and nearly any type of equipment you use in training or competition, boxing rings are designed to fit specific needs.

IA drop-and-lock style of boxing ring is designed to be used at a 36” regulation height for competition or adjusted to a lower height setting when head room is needed. The higher boxing ring placement is ideal for larger competitions so that judges, spectators and officials can easily view the action. A lower setting, on the other hand, makes allowances for low ceilings, where the fighters might need more headroom. The lower setting is somewhat easier to get in and out of because it doesn’t require ring stools. This type of boxing ring is also meant to be set up and taken down for tournament use. This makes it convenient for coaches who use it in their gym, but then disassemble it to take it to an event. It reduces the need to own more than one style of boxing ring.

A “lowboy” boxing ring only has the lower setting and is most popular in boxing gyms, rather than competition. Again, that is mostly for convenience, ease of getting in and out of it, along with instances where ceiling height might be limiting. In both drop-and-lock and “lowboy” boxing rings, the floor is constructed of hardwood planks then topped with 1” padding for safety and a canvas cover for traction.

Another boxing ring option is called a floor ring. This style is widely used because it sits right at floor level, requires no additional flooring, which makes it more affordable and versatile. Because of its ease of assembly and use, this is standard in most boxing gyms. In this instance, the 1” padding sits right on the floor and is covered with a canvas.

Ring sizes vary. There are no regulations in training or boxing gyms, but rings used in competition should range from 16’ - 20’. You seldom see a 16’ ring used in competition, while 20’ - 22’ is most common.

Overall, boxing rings are designed to fit your space, whether you have a small gym or large facility. The specific style or type of ring depends a lot on personal preference and how it’s intended to be used. The main thing is to have one in your gym, so your fighters get accustomed to how they feel and what it’s like to move around between four corners and when their backs are against the ropes.

FAQs



Yes, our rings come with everything to complete a ring for your location.



20ft ring is a standard competition ring measured diagonally corner to corner.



Diagonally, corner to corner inside the ropes.



This depends on the ring size you have. We list rope sizes according to the ring size they are going on. For example, a 20ft rope(s) would go on a 20ft ring.




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