Last update: 2019-05-07
I heard about egg boxing for the first time on October 29, 2018 in an Instagram post by Peter Attia. The best way for me to explain egg boxing is by referring you to Peter's video explaining the "sport".
Egg boxing started in the Blouin household the very same day. Our first champion only managed one successful title defence. However, our first notable champion, who we liked to call Egg Sheeran, went 8-0 before facing his demise.
Subsequently, Eggward Scissorhands became the greatest champion our house had ever seen with an impressive 25-0 record. 
In later November 2018, Conor McGreggor (21-0) had a good run, but was unable to eclipse the great champion's record.
On February 21, 2019, Eggy Van Halen eclipsed that mark with an astonishing 27-0 record.
On March 17, 2019, "The King" Eggvis Presley became the next great champion at 28-0. Sadly, he lost his very next fight the following day.
On March 29, 2019, Freggie Mercury became our most celebrated champion, and only thirty-banger to date. His staggering streak came to an end on May 6, 2019 at 104-0!

Eggward Scissorhands

Egg Sheeran, pictured here after his seventh victory

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