Sega's third arcade boxing game, which uses a behind-the-back perspective and controls that give the illusion of actual boxing (using two unique hand levers and a rotatable upper chassis).
The earliest known video game based on the sport of boxing. Developed and released by Sega, it is currently considered a "lost" video game with no known hardware remaining and no successful preservation effort.
Power Punch 2
A Punch-Out!! clone featuring a cast of alien boxing opponents released for the NES. Its history as a game that almost starred Mike Tyson is more interesting than the game itself.
Ring King is a boxing game developed by Namco and published by Data East for the NES. It was known as King of Boxer and Family Boxing in Japan.
A sixth Fight Night boxing game from EA Canada. Development is on hold until completion of EA Sports UFC 5.
Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!!
A home adaptation of Nintendo's earlier boxing arcade game Punch-Out!!, featuring real-life World Heavyweight Champion Mike "Kid Dynamite" Tyson as the final opponent.
George Foreman's KO Boxing
In the 1990s George Foreman's comeback quest for the Heavyweight Championship Title made him a favorite among boxing fans. His popularity would result in a decent Mike Tyson's Punch Out type of game.
Big Rumble Boxing: Creed Champions
Big Rumble Boxing: Creed Champions is a boxing game in the Rocky franchise.
Prime Time Fighter
A 2D side-view boxing arcade game by Taito, combining the sport of boxing with the gameplay of traditional fighting games.
Don King Boxing
Don King Boxing is a 2009 boxing sports game for Nintendo Wii and DS by 2K Sports. It offers 20 licences boxers, a career mode, and splitscreen multiplayer modes.
Rocky Balboa is a video game based on the movie. It has many similarites to Rocky: Legends.
Doc Louis's Punch-Out!!
A Club Nintendo exclusive Wiiware version of Punch-Out!! in which you fight Little Mac's mentor, Doc Louis.
Hajime no Ippo: The Fighting!
Developed by legendary Japanese developer Treasure, Hajime no Ippo is another solid boxing game based on the popular Japanese manga and anime of the same name. Unlike the two Victorious Boxer games, The Fighting was never released outside of Japan.
Hajime no Ippo: The Fighting!
Hajime no Ippo: The Fighting! is the first game based on the Hajime no Ippo anime.
Victory Boxing: Champion Edition
Victory Boxing: Champion Edition was an installment of the Victory Boxing (Contender) series that was only released in Europe and Japan.
Heavyweight Championship Boxing
Heavyweight Championship Boxing is a boxing simulation for Game Boy. In Japan, it was just called "Boxing".
Onizuka Katsuya Super Virtual Boxing
Japanese exclusive boxing game for the Super Famicom. It features the name and likeness of former WBA Super Flyweight champion boxer Katsuya Onizuka.
Champions Forever Boxing
A boxing game for the TurboGrafx-16. It features the likenesses of numerous heavyweight champs from the 1970s and 80s, such as Muhammad Ali, Joe Frazier and George Foreman.
Nintendo brings back Little Mac and a slew of memorable opponents in this Wii remake of the cartoon-boxing classic.
Mike Tyson's Intergalactic Power Punch
Mike Tyson's Intergalactic Power Punch was the unreleased sequel to the Nintendo classic Punch-Out. The game was reproduced in April 2009.
Boxing Legends of the Ring
Compete as some of the greatest legends in boxing history in this 16-bit boxing game.
A boxing game that straddles the line between arcade and sim. Known as Victory Boxing 2 in Europe, Contender was the first title in the series to be released outside of Europe.
Ready 2 Rumble Boxing
Ready 2 Rumble is Midway's drolly take on the video game boxing genre. It combines accessible arcade-like gameplay, with simulation-like skill building to deliver a slapstick and fun boxing entry.