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26 OCTOBER 2014

 


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Classic bout: Carlos Monzón vs Rodrigo Valdez II

By Joe Queijo: Carlos Monzón is arguably the greatest middleweight champion ever - though his toughest challenge came in the form of rugged Colombian Rodrigo Valdez. Classic bout: Carlos Monzón vs Rodrigo Valdez II

Classic bout: Aaron Pryor vs Dujuan Johnson

By Joe Queijo
Aaron “Hawk” Pryor was one of the most flamboyant fighters ever, both in and out of the ring. Classic bout: Aaron Pryor vs Dujuan Johnson

Leonard’s astonishing comeback

By Joe Queijo
Benny Leonard is still considered by many to be the greatest lightweight of all-time. Leonard was a superb stylist who used his speed to dominate his foes and, unlike most pure boxers, could punch and had no problem slugging it out when necessary. Leonard’s astonishing comeback

When Dempsey savaged Willard

By Anthony Evans
Eighty-three summers have passed since Jack Dempsey (pictured) made a mockery of a half-foot and 54lbs size disadvantage to inflict one of the most savage beatings in ring history on hulking heavyweight king Jess Willard. When Dempsey savaged Willard

Classic bout: Masao Ohba vs Orlando Amores

By Joe Queijo
Masao Ohba was one of the finest fighters ever produced by Japan. Classic bout: Masao Ohba vs Orlando Amores

Foreman and the power of intimidation

By Anthony Evans
George Foreman surely ranks among the most intimidating fighters of all time - he didn’t just make his opponents feel afraid, he made they feel like victims. Foreman and the power of intimidation

Basilio turns the tide

By Joe Queijo
Carmen Basilio beat Tony DeMarco in June 1955 for the world welterweight crown with a punishing 12th round kayo in a brutal fight before his hometown of Syracuse, New York. Basilio turns the tide

Tommy Loughran vs Mickey Walker

By Joe Queijo
This was a meeting between two great fighters. Mickey Walker was a ferocious two-handed puncher who first won the welterweight crown with a convincing decision over long-time champ Jack Britton. Tommy Loughran vs Mickey Walker

When the Mongoose nearly overturned the Rock

By Anthony Evans
In this modern age of gigantic heavyweight champions, the thought of even the most talented light-heavyweight ruler contesting sport’s ultimate prize is too painful to contemplate. When the Mongoose nearly overturned the Rock

Great wars at 160lbs

By Joe Queijo
Felix Trinidad and Bernard Hopkins will soon do battle for the undisputed world middleweight title at the hallowed fight venue of Madison Square Garden, New York, in a throwback to the great 160lbs bouts of the past. Great wars at 160lbs
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