take a dive

[v] - of a boxer: pretend to be knocked out
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take a dive

verb pretend to be knocked out, as of a boxer
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Take A Dive

Take a dive is slang for to feign a foul or knockdown in sports.
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take a dive

Take a dive is to feign a knockout [by a dive to the canvas]
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Take a Dive

To throw a fight. To intentionally pretend to get knocked out by a light punch, thus intentionally losing the fight. A fixed fight with an unlawful prearranged outcome.
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Take a Dive

To throw a fight. To intentionally pretend to get knocked out by a light punch, thus intentionally losing the fight. A fixed fight with an unlawful prearranged outcome.
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Take a Dive

To throw a fight. To intentionally pretend to get knocked out by a light punch, thus intentionally losing the fight. A fixed fight with an unlawful prearranged outcome.
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Take a Dive

Used when a boxer is believed to go down easily either through lack of heart, or because he is throwing the fight.
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