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    a boxing match/game

    Hello, everyone.

    'He (a professional boxer) won the boxing match/game.'

    Which would be more natural, "a boxing match" or "a boxing game"?
    I think the former is. To me, "a boxing game" sounds like a kind of video games.
    Thank you.

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    Re: a boxing match/game

    '...a boxing match.'

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