The Fight City



Lee Wylie

  • Lee Wylie 2

    Salvador Sanchez: Counterpunch

    “I’m convinced that Salvador Sanchez was the best Mexican fighter of all time. Even better than Julio Cesar Chavez.”    — Wilfredo Gomez “He consistently showed the understanding ...

    On February 12, 2017 / By
  • Lee Wylie 2

    Lee Wylie On Kovalev vs Ward

    Lee Wylie remains one of the most respected analysts in boxing and The Fight City is proud to be the home of his outstanding work. This coming Saturday, ...

    On November 13, 2016 / By
  • Lee Wylie 2

    Kovalev vs Ward: Beyond A Punch

    In one month, a major clash and maybe the best match of the year, goes down in Vegas. It’s a showdown between two of the best in the ...

    On October 17, 2016 / By
  • Lee Wylie 4

    Switching Stances With Marvin Hagler

    As we conclude our Four Kings series, we appreciate anew how each of the four champions — Duran, Leonard, Hearns and Hagler — were multi-faceted talents, but perhaps ...

    On September 24, 2016 / By
  • Lee Wylie 3

    Lee Wylie On Golovkin vs Brook

    Gennady Golovkin vs Kell Brook: Strategic & Tactical Considerations Kell Brook: Golovkin is renowned for his ability to hit and hurt with either hand, so Brook must utilize enough ...

    On September 8, 2016 / By
  • Lee Wylie 4

    Vasyl Lomachenko: The Tricks

    Having already gifted us excellent videos on virtually every top technical pugilist in the game today, including Roman Gonzalez, Gennady Golovkin, Guillermo Rigondeaux, Andre Ward, Canelo Alvarez and Floyd ...

    On June 23, 2016 / By

Manny Montreal


  • Boxiana 2

    The Luminous Cube

    “Boxing is especially valuable, and there are few spectacles as healthy and beautiful as a boxing match.” These are the words of a 26-year-old Vladimir Nabokov, taken from ...

    On March 27, 2017 / By
  • Boxiana 2

    Foreman vs Norton

    On March 31, 1973, unheralded heavyweight contender Ken Norton outpointed Muhammad Ali to score a huge upset. Seven months later, Ali scored a close decision victory of his own ...

    On March 26, 2017 / By
  • Boxiana 0

    March 25, 1958: Robinson vs Basilio II

    Sugar Ray Robinson, widely regarded as pound-for-pound the greatest boxer of all time, rarely found himself the underdog, but that’s exactly what he was heading into his return ...

    On March 25, 2017 / By
  • Boxiana 2

    March 23, 1996: Gatti vs Rodriguez

    There will always be something uniquely thrilling about a toe-to-toe, all-action battle. Don’t get me wrong, I appreciate boxing skill as much as anyone, but no one can deny ...

    On March 23, 2017 / By
  • Boxiana 0

    March 21, 1988: Tyson vs Tubbs

    Mike Tyson marries Robin Givens in February of 1988, then boards a plane to Tokyo, fulfilling a promise he made two years prior to defend his title for ...

    On March 21, 2017 / By
  • Boxiana 5

    March 17, 1990: Chavez vs Taylor I

    Few mega-fights fully live up to the expectations aroused when they are initially announced, and even rarer are the ones that surpass them. But only a handful completely blow ...

    On March 17, 2017 / By

Fight City Reviews

The Top Twelve