"Boxers" is a song by Morrissey, released in January 1995 to promote a tour of the same name.
The single reached number 23 in the UK singles chart, despite not featuring on album at the time of the release. The title track and the two B-sides would later be complied on the World of Morrissey that was released in February that year.
The single was given a favourable review in Q magazine, with Ian Harrison writing that the song "is as good as anything he's done" and that the single made you "realise how few singers can leave you as despondent, elated or intrigued". NME on the other hand gave their usual bad review, with John Mulvey declaring the single was "just another example of his tedious obsession with bits of rough who'd give him a kicking given half a chance" and that "any enjoyment of his records nowadays is tainted by the fact that a nasty taste from all those obnoxious, apologist, quasi-libertarian quotes still lingers."