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on one’s bicycle  adj.— «We came out here (in the 12th) and Weaver was on his bicycle, dancing around.» —“Weaver defeats LeDoux” in Bloomington, Minn. Globe and Mail (Toronto, Can.) Nov. 26, 1979. (source:...

on one’s bicycle

on (one’s) bicycle adj. in boxing, constantly moving around a ring (to avoid an opponent). (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

on one’s bicycle

on one’s bicycle  adj.— «In the 12th round it looked like Oquendo had hit Byrd with a clean right and knocked him to the canvas, but referee Eddie Cotton ruled it a slip. Perhaps thinking he had the bout sewn up, Oquendo got on his bicycle...

on one’s bicycle

on one’s bicycle  adj.— «Capitalizing on the expansive 18-foot ring, Sullivan got on her bicycle for the entire fight to avoid the power and hand speed of Zamarron, who trains in the same Austin gym.» —“Nunn takes his time, defeats...

on one’s bicycle

on one’s bicycle  adj.— «She never got on her bicycle, as they say in ring parlance about excessively defensive fighters, during her boxing career.» —“Lady boxer will hang up her gloves” by Jim Kernaghan London Free...

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