Ask The Editors
SecondsOut.com Logo - click here to go back to the home page
News divider Features divider Schedules & Results divider Rankings and Stats divider Community My Profile
Login

SHOP | RADIO | TV

COLUMNS  |  TV  |  RADIO  |  GALLERY  |  AWARDS  |  OLYMPICS  |  RINGSIDE & TRAINING  |  LEGENDS  |  WRITE 4 US

23 DECEMBER 2014

 


21 - 30 of 223   Articles
State of the Heavyweights: Top Three in Action, Part II

State of the Heavyweights: Top Three in Action, Part II

By Mikko Salo: The first of the three consecutive star-studded heavyweight weekends included some unexpectedly bizarre pre-fight antics, an unexpectedly competitive Championship Fight and an unexpectedly violent post-fight press conference. State of the Heavyweights: Top Three in Action, Part II
State of the Heavyweights: Top-Three In Action

State of the Heavyweights: Top-Three In Action

By Mikko Salo: This does not happen often. The top three fighters of boxing`s marquee division engaging in combat during a stretch of three consecutive weekends. Even if the match-ups leave something to be desired, the boxing fans should embrace the heavyweight festivities about to take place. State of the Heavyweights: Top-Three In Action
Review Of 2011: South Africa Part 2

Review Of 2011: South Africa Part 2

By Peter Lerner: In the first part of our look back at South African boxing in 2011, Pete Moscardi told us about his choices for Fighter of the Year, Fight of the Year and Fighter Who Most Deserves a Break. In this concluding part he looks at prospects and disappointments, improved fighters and foreign fighters, and the general situation in the country. Review Of 2011: South Africa Part 2
2011 Review Of South African Boxing

2011 Review Of South African Boxing

By Peter Lerner: Secondsout has spoken to various boxing experts around the world about the year in boxing in their country. In this first part we have taken a look at South Africa. One of boxing’s strongest nations, South Africa finished the year with three world champions and a whole host of fighters knocking on the door of world class. 2011 Review Of South African Boxing
Five Champions Who Will Remain and Five Who Will Go in 2012

Five Champions Who Will Remain and Five Who Will Go in 2012

By Derek Bonnett: As we encounter another new year, the landscape of the boxing scene continues to evolve. With old champions acting out the final stages of their careers and new ones emerging to fill the void, boxing maintains a state of homeostasis and keeps fight fans intrigued even amid the dubious officiating and cries of scandal. Five Champions Who Will Remain and Five Who Will Go in 2012
Terry Norris:  Warrior on a Mission Part 2

Terry Norris: Warrior on a Mission Part 2

By Tom Gray: “My Dad noticed changes with my balance and speech," remembered Norris. "I just felt different and knew something was wrong. I pushed through and tried to hide it because I’m a warrior – that’s what I do.” Terry Norris:  Warrior on a Mission Part 2
Terry Norris: Warrior on a Mission Part 1

Terry Norris: Warrior on a Mission Part 1

By Tom Gray: Terry Norris is arguably the greatest 154lb fighter in boxing history. The Texas native, known as “Terrible”,compiled an astonishing amateur record of 291-4 before embarking on a rollercoaster professional career, which saw him capture four junior middleweight world titles, and pound for pound recognition. Terry Norris: Warrior on a Mission Part 1
SecondsOut 2011 Divisional Superlatives

SecondsOut 2011 Divisional Superlatives

By Derek Bonnett: As another fruitful year of professional fisticuffs wraps up, SecondsOut will honor boxing’s greatest practitioners and non-participants with such accolades as Fighter of the Year, Fight of the Year, Trainer of the Year, Service to Boxing, etc. However, among the 170 ranked SecondsOut fighters and beyond, a multitude of fighters go unrecognized for their less obvious contributions to the sport. SecondsOut 2011 Divisional Superlatives
The Super Middleweights: 27 Years Of Talent, Action And Drama

The Super Middleweights: 27 Years Of Talent, Action And Drama

By Danny Winterbottom: The super six boxing classic, Showtime’s unique tournament involving six of the world’s best at 168lbs reaches its conclusion on December 17 when British warrior Carl “The Cobra” Froch and American former Olympic gold medallist Andre Ward meet in a mouth watering clash to determine the No.1 in boxings second youngest division. The Super Middleweights: 27 Years Of Talent, Action And Drama
Cuts, Bombs, Broken Hands And Mayhem: The Greatest Rounds In History: Round One

Cuts, Bombs, Broken Hands And Mayhem: The Greatest Rounds In History: Round One

By Danny Winterbottom: No matter whether you are a diehard connoisseur of boxing’s dark arts or a casual observer, every fight fan gets a thrill from two warriors laying everything on the line in three minutes of brutal mayhem. Cuts, Bombs, Broken Hands And Mayhem: The Greatest Rounds In History: Round One
Found: 223   Displaying: 21-30
Results: 1 2 3 4 5 Next Go to:
License/buy our content  |  Privacy policy  |  Terms & conditions  |  Copyright  |  Advertising guide  |  Site Map  |  Write for SecondsOut.com  |  SecondsOut Contacts  |  Contact Us

© 2000 - 2011 Knockout Entertainment Ltd & SecondsOut.com