Summary: I figured the Wii would have potential to pull off a good boxing game, but the gameplay just isn't there - mostly due to unrecognized movement. It's a shame as some of the features like training and general character set up are nice, it just goes downhill from the moment it hits the ring. I gave it a week, it's been sitting in the closet ever since.
Summary: Story mode is so lame, the story isn't good and the actual movie playing is horrible, it looks like they made it on a 100 dollar camera. Anyway, the video game itself has late response time, I find myself throwing 1 punch when I actually threw 5. It's pretty easy to play and will give you a few minutes of fun at a time.
Summary: Wii boxing is too goofy to have any real fun. This is by far the best Boxing game the Wii has to offer. I thoroughly enjoyed the story mode. Each fight gets progressively harder and in between there's a mockumentary chronicling your character, The Kid. It has some well known fighters and personalities like Joe Calzaghe and Mario Van Peebles. The replay value is high because of the multi-player factor and the intriguing matchups like James Braddock vs. Ken Norton.
Summary: I love boxing and needed something to do during the winter months to stay in shape. You can definitely work up a good sweat but its not so intense that you can only play this game to stay in any sort of shape.