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    Ali vs Shavers: The Greatest’s Finest Hour

    No matter how dismal the fight scene may be at a given time, fans can always cherish and take comfort from the sport’s glorious history. The past is ...

    On October 8, 2019 / By
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    Golovkin’s Big Gamble

    There are boxers who, when the gloves have been hung up and the ring left behind, are considered indisputably great. Nobody’s going to argue with the appearance of ...

    On October 3, 2019 / By
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    A Lowdown Dirty Shame

    It appears increasingly likely that there will never be a clash between the two best welterweights in the world, Errol Spence Jr. and Terence “Bud” Crawford, and that’s ...

    On October 3, 2019 / By
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    Spence vs Porter: Lost Opportunity

    It is a hard truth of boxing in the 21st century that fight fans are so starved for meaningful competition that matches which once upon a time would ...

    On October 1, 2019 / By
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    Let ‘Em Fight!

    I will no doubt be revealing that I’m out of the loop, and likely over the hill, when I tell you I really have no idea who KSI ...

    On September 13, 2019 / By
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    Happy Birthday To “The Rock”

    Today is the birthday of legendary heavyweight champion Rocky Marciano and we’re always going to pay tribute to the one and only “Brockton Blockbuster,” regardless of the fact his famous ...

    On September 1, 2019 / By
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    Kovalev vs Yarde: Double Vindication

    Kovalev vs Yarde. A veteran champion defending in his home nation of Russia against an undefeated British upstart. An intriguing match-up on paper and one that brought out ...

    On August 27, 2019 / By
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    Eddie Hearn Has No Morals

    I’m out on my patio enjoying a late summer’s afternoon on the chaise, catching up on my sports news, and I’ve just read, with disgust, the announcement in ...

    On August 12, 2019 / By
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    On Eddie Futch

    Perhaps it’s just me but I get the feeling Eddie Futch , who was born 108 years ago tomorrow, wouldn’t be too comfortable in today’s boxing world. I ...

    On August 8, 2019 / By


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    Willie Pep: Subtle Sophistication

    Today is the anniversary of the birth of one of boxing’s singular champions, the greatest featherweight of all-time and a true original, Willie Pep. And while he passed ...

    On September 19, 2019 / By
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    Napoles and Louis: Practical Precision

    Technically sound footwork in boxing is about moving just enough to accomplish a purpose. And two of the best at this balletic art of balance and precision were ...

    On September 11, 2019 / By
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    ALI ’66

    After he had won the heavyweight championship of the world a record third time and announced his retirement (which proved a hiatus lasting little more than a year), ...

    On August 26, 2019 / By
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    Benny Leonard: Ring General

    Some while back, Lee Wylie offered another of his excellent analysis videos, this one a tribute to the one-and-only Benny Leonard. But like the artist he is, Wylie ...

    On July 30, 2019 / By
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    Portrait Of A Genius: Wylie On Locche

    As all admirers of Lee Wylie are no doubt aware, he is an aficionado of the finer points of boxing technique, the often overlooked subtleties and arcane methods ...

    On July 14, 2019 / By
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    The Tao Of Roberto Duran

    Lee Wylie is one of the most insightful analysts in boxing but he’s also a fan and makes no secret of the fact that Roberto Duran is his ...

    On June 16, 2019 / By


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