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22 OCTOBER 2014

 


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Come Back Floyd. Pac-Man’s Waiting For You?

Come Back Floyd. Pac-Man’s Waiting For You?

By James ‘Smitty’ Smith

The purpose of this column is to call out ‘Pretty Boy’ Floyd Mayweather Jr from his sabbatical and do what he knows and does best. Come Back Floyd. Pac-Man’s Waiting For You?

Mike Tyson's failure from within

By Patrick Kehoe: There's a long standing consensus in US boxing circles that soon after Brooklyn, New York's Mike Tyson lost to Henry Tillman at the 1984 US Olympic trials something special was born. Mike Tyson's failure from within

Tyson’s legacy secured 12 years ago

By Paul Upham: November 22 marks the fifteenth anniversary of Mike Tyson becoming the youngest man to win the heavyweight title, when he defeated Trevor Berbick for the WBC belt in 1986 by second round knockout. Tyson’s legacy secured 12 years ago

The Greatest: in name, in fact

By Anthony Evans: I believe Muhammad Ali to be the greatest fighter of all time as well as the greatest sportsperson of all time, and while I have the utmost admiration for the exceptional and outstanding achievements of Ray Robinson, I cannot accept that “Sugar” did more in his career than Ali. The Greatest: in name, in fact

Ray Robinson: The champions’ champion

By Patrick Kehoe: As the year 2000 approached most major sporting publications and news organizations published their "Best of the Century" in every imaginable category blanketing sports, indeed every human endeavor. Ray Robinson: The champions’ champion

Jones is an all-time great

Argued by Paul Upham: Undisputed light heavyweight champion Roy Jones Jr seems to receive a lot of public and media criticism considering he is the premier boxer in the world today. Jones is an all-time great

Jones not beyond reasonable doubt

By Anthony Evans: The recent defeats of Oscar De La Hoya, Felix Trinidad, and Shane Mosley have proven the folly of proclaiming active fighters as ring immortals. Jones not beyond reasonable doubt
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