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    The Fight City Podcast No. 14

    Time for another edition of The Fight City podcast, hosted by Alden Chodash who this week is joined by both site ringleader Michael Carbert and contributor Jamie Rebner. The program begins ...

    On February 12, 2019 / By
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    The Fight City Podcast No. 13

    Time for another edition of The Fight City podcast, hosted by Alden Chodash, with site editor Michael Carbert also offering his insights as they look back on the big fights ...

    On February 5, 2019 / By
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    The Fight City Podcast No. 12

    Welcome to another edition of The Fight City podcast, hosted by Alden Chodash, who this week gets a welcome respite while Michael Carbert and Rafael Garcia discuss, among other things, ...

    On January 29, 2019 / By
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    The Fight City Podcast No. 11

    Welcome to another edition of The Fight City podcast, hosted by Alden Chodash, who this week is joined by site founder and editor Michael Carbert, as well as Derik Santos, trainer ...

    On January 22, 2019 / By
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    The Fight City Podcast No. 10

    Welcome to another edition of The Fight City podcast, hosted by Alden Chodash who is joined once again by site founder and editor Michael Carbert. This week it’s all about ...

    On January 8, 2019 / By
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    The Fight City Podcast No. 9

    Welcome to another edition of The Fight City podcast. As usual, Alden Chodash is at the helm, with site founder and editor Michael Carbert in the first officer’s chair. This ...

    On December 19, 2018 / By

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    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 “The greatest Mexican fighter of all-time ...

    On January 26, 2019 / By
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    Roberto Duran: Control

    Any intelligent ranking of the greatest boxers to have ever lived, pound-for-pound, will be dominated by names from the past as the simple fact is that the Golden ...

    On January 18, 2019 / By
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    Henry Armstrong: Calculated Chaos

    When Henry Armstrong invaded the featherweight division and assumed its pinnacle before going on to seize the crowns of the lightweight and welterweight divisions, professional boxing operated quite ...

    On December 12, 2018 / By
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    Ali vs Foreman: Busting The Myth

    Ever since Muhammad Ali’s stunning 1974 triumph in Zaire, a simplistic yet popular myth has persisted, that being the so-called “Rope-a-Dope” strategy. In the decades since that great ...

    On October 31, 2018 / By
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    Terence Crawford: The Complete Boxer

    These days, when conversation among boxing fans turns to the question of who is currently the best practitioner of “The Sweet Science,” pound-for-pound, any number of names could ...

    On October 19, 2018 / By
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    Joe Louis: Mechanical Wonder

    “I could have struggled up once more, but when I get executed, people are going to have to pay more than twenty-five dollars a seat to watch it.”  ...

    On September 25, 2018 / By

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