iOS in November 2012 before punching in on Android earlier this month. Now Vivid Games is sending it into the handheld console ring in a few months time.
"With the exception of the cardiovascular benefits or the threat of actual, physical pain, Real Boxing is exactly that – real boxing," said Vivid Games CEO Remi Koscielny.
The Vita version uses the portable's physical and touch controls, with the iOS version's career mode, training, and fighter customization confirmed for the port. Meanwhile, a screenshot (see below) indicates combatants can get their real box on in multiplayer.
Update: A Vivid Games representative confirmed to us there'll be local and online multiplayer, as well as some "special tournaments."