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23 JULY 2014

 


A Tale of Two Fights - Capturing The Magic of Emanuel Steward

By John E. Oden: Emanuel Steward is arguably the most successful and well known trainer in boxing today. He has successfully trained over 30 world champions, including such great professional champions as Lennox Lewis, Oscar de la Hoya, Evander Holyfield, Tommy Hearns, Julio Cesar Chavez, and Jermain Taylor. He has also successfully trained John Oden, white collar boxer - that's me! A Tale of Two Fights - Capturing The Magic of Emanuel Steward

Hobson to make £1million Calzaghe v Woods bid

(Press Release)

Yesterday Fight Academy’s Dennis Hobson presented rival promoter Frank Warren with a £1million offer for Joe Calzaghe to move up to light heavyweight and fight Clinton Woods for the IBF world light heavyweight title. Hobson to make £1million Calzaghe v Woods bid

Hobson issues £100,000 side bet to lure Calzaghe

Fight Academy’s Dennis Hobson has offered rival Frank Warren a £100,000 side bet in an attempt to lure Warren’s super-middleweight king Joe Calzaghe to light heavyweight to face IBF champion Clinton Woods in a mouthwatering all British showdown this summer. Hobson issues £100,000 side bet to lure Calzaghe

Book Review: Ghosts of Manila

With his book Ghosts of Manila, author Mark Kram manages the literary impossible – he writes a fresh take on the epic Muhammad Ali v Joe Frazier rivalry. Book Review: Ghosts of Manila

Eddie Futch passes away

Hall of Famer Eddie Futch, trainer of champions and one of boxing’s greatest ever teachers, passed away yesterday (Wednesday, October 10) at the age of 90. A dedicated servant of the sport, the Las Vegas native only retired from the sport three years ago. Eddie Futch passes away

Wilde: Lord of all flys

By Mark G. Butcher
In the first of an eight part series, Mark G. Butcher names the greatest fighter of all-time in each of boxing’s original weight divisions. Firstly, the undisputed king of the flyweights. Wilde: Lord of all flys

King of the bantamweights

By Mark G. Butcher
In the second of an eight part series, Mark G. Butcher names the greatest fighter of all-time in each of boxing’s original weight divisions. Next up, the ruler of the bantamweights. King of the bantamweights

The three feathers

By Mark G. Butcher
In the third of an eight part series, Mark G. Butcher names the greatest fighter of all-time in each of boxing’s original weight divisions. Next up, the greatest of the featherweights.

The featherweight division is synonymous with great fighters. The three feathers

Roberto Duran: Lightweight legend

By Mark G. Butcher
In the fourth of an eight part series, Mark G. Butcher names the greatest fighter of all-time in each of boxing’s original weight divisions. This instalment features the legend of the lightweights. Roberto Duran: Lightweight legend

Wonder of the welterweights

By Mark G. Butcher
In the fifth of an eight part series, Mark G. Butcher names the greatest fighter of all-time in each of boxing’s original weight divisions. This instalment features the welterweight king. Wonder of the welterweights
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