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A TREASURY

OF HISTORIC ARTICLES


 

Marciano lays one on Roland LaStarza

 

Duran & DeJesus: Enemies, rivals, friends to the end [Ted Sares]
Famous 'Long Count' fight still resonates [Tim Dahlberg]

Ali's opponents reflect on his life, legacy
[Ed Koch]
Sugar Ray Leonard vs. himself [Gordon Marino]
Robinson vs. Fullmer 2: A perfect punch
[John F. McKenna]
Liston: Next to Louis, the most-punishing ever
[Ted Spoon]

Dicky Eklund and the Clarke brothers [Ted Sares]

Baer vs. Louis: 'Fate Takes a Hand' [Norman Marcus]

Jack Johnson: Do the right thing [Robert Ecksel]
1921: Atlantic City's boxing genesis [Charles Jay]
Mustafa Hamsho: If not for Marv... [Jim Amato]
John L. Sullivan's public humiliation [Christopher J. Shelton]
The Time Warp That Is Gleason's Gym [Norman Marcus]
Dream a Little Dream of ... Boxing [Clarence George]
Big Ivan: The 325-Pound Nonstarter [Mike Casey]
Rocky, Archie and the Lost Magic [Mike Casey]

When Gene Fullmer gave pain the elbow [Mike Casey]

Wild West Hero: Ron Lyle [Mike Casey]

Who robbed Hank Armstrong? [Clarence George]

The Emmett Eliminator: The Life of Kenny Keane [Brian D'Ambrosio]

On the Circuit,  Part Two: Teddy 'Redtop' Davis [Ted Sares]

On the Circuit, Part III: Kid Azteca [Ted Sares]

Ali, Frazier put on the event of all-time on March 8, 1971 [Kevin Iole]

On the Circuit,  Part II: Teddy 'Redtop' Davis [Ted Sares]Fight to the Death: Who Killed Davey Moore? [David Davis]
Sweet Raymond Boyd: The Pink Panther [Mike Casey]

Baer-Campbell: The Fight That Became a Nightmare [Norman Marcus]
A Dark Place: The Tragedy of Jerry Quarry [Ted Sares]

Lou Ambers: The Herkimer Hurricane [Mike Casey]

Quarrymen: The not-so-sweet science [Robert Mladnich]

Sonny Liston: Most underrated heavyweight ever [Frank Lotierzo]

Skipper Kelp: Tuesday Night Action Hero [Thomas Gerbasi]

Free shots: A brief history of low blows [Ted Sares]

Al Massey's 11-second mystery [Ken Hissner]
Bullish on the Bronx Bull
[Robert Ecksel]
Moore's death resonates decades later [Jerry Crowe]

Wyatt Earp's boxing scandal, 1896 [Christopher James Shelton]
 
 

 
The history
of The Garden
John Wharton
Part I
Part II

Part III
 

History of The Garden, Part 1 [John Wharton]

History of The Garden, Part 2 [John Wharton]

Second look" 'Sugar' Ray vs. 'The Hitman' [John J. Raspanti]

The subtle sophistication of Joe Gans [Lee Wylie]

Ray Arcel: Dean of Them All [Robert Ecksel]

Ricardo Lopez: Greatness in a small package [Mike Plunkett]

Don't blame Ruby: A tragedy revisited [Mike Silver]

Unbreakable bond: Alexis Arguello and Don Kahn
[Christian Giudice]
Joe Frazier vs. Jerry Quarry [Boxing News]
Floyd Patterson vs. George Chuvalo [Boxing News]

From the belly of the beast: Doc Anderson [Robert Mladinich]
Beau Jack: The Garden's favorite [Norman Marcus]
The 10 best junior middleweight fights ever
[Marty Mulcahey]
Jose Urtain: The Picturesque Puncher [Mike Casey]

Remembering Griffith vs. Paret [Bill Gallo]
The Beast of Stillman's, Part 1
[Springs Toledo]
The Beast of Stillman's, Part 2 [Springs Toledo]
The Beast of Stillman's, Part 4 [Springs Toledo]
The Beast of Stillman's Gym, Part 5
[Springs Toledo]

The darker side of boxing
[Ted Sares]
Pocket Battleship: Sam Langford [Mike Casey]
Terry Norris: Warrior on a mission, Part 1
[Tom Gray]
Terry Norris: Warrior on a mission, Part 2 [Tom Gray]
 
 

 
How good was
 3-time gold medalist
Teofilo Stevenson?

Ken Hissner
 
The great, underappreciated Gene Tunney [James Slater]
Emergence of the first gloved champ
[Christopher J. Shelton]
Dempsey-Carpentier: Tex Rickard's big show
[Sam Gregory]
Joe Frazier: Gotta go back to the old school
[Vivek Wallace]
23 years later, Barkley's haymaker lands
[Lyle Fitzsimmons]
Famous Ring Wars: Patterson-Johansson III [John F. McKenna]

A tribute to Carmen Basilio [Lee Groves]

Basilio: Do not go gentle into that good night [Mike Casey]

Early Train to Broken Jaw [Mike Casey]

Mike Rossman: A Right to Remember [Michael Schmidt]

Jack Johnson: The Galveston Giant [Michael Plunkett]

Ali's orbit: Characters always flocked to him [Michael Marley]
Ali, MLK hit Vietnam War with strong combination [Michael Marley]
Critiquing a half-century of Ali wannabes [Lyle Fitzsimmons]

What our grandfathers knew about Joe Louis [Kelsey McCarson]

Lou Nova vs. Max Baer 1939-1941 [Norman Marcus]

The hectic days and frantic nights of 'Macho' Camacho [Carlos Acevedo]

 

 
The Third Chapter: Pryor vs. Argüello I – The Fight
 
 

Johnny Wilson: Middleweight champ 1920-23 [Norman Marcus]
Fritzie Zivic will see you now [Matt McGrain]

Remembering 'The War:' Hagler-Hearns [John F. McKenna]

Happy 69th, Muhammad Ali [Michael Woods]
Gene Tunney's last dance
[Keith Terceira]
Brawls & Bruises: Gene Fullmer
[Mike Casey]
Ali gave broke college kid a ringside seat to history [Michael Marley]
Bullish on The Bronx Bull [Robert Ecksel]
Could Ali walk through hell in a gasoline sportcoat? [Michael Marley]
Chris Dundee: More than Angelo's brother [Pedro Fernandez]
The Chronicles of Mayweather, Part I [Percy Crawford]
The Chronicles of Mayweather, Part II [Percy Crawford]


FRAZIER VS. ALI


Smokin' Joe takes a swipe at 'The Greatest'

Remembering the great trilogy [Gordon Marino]
The day boxing's 'mothership' landed [Kieran Mulvaney]
Frazier's anger still burns [Mike Casey]
40 years later, Ali-Frazier still a classic [Tim Dahlberg]
Ali, Frazier battled in 'Fight of the Century' [Tim Smith]
The Ali-Frazier trilogy
[Chuck Marbry]



Micky Ward remembers Arturo Gatti [Lem Satterfield]
Myung Woo Yuh: Seoul, Korea to Canastota, New York [Ryan Bivins]

Richie Woodhall: The boxer's boxer [Terence Dooley]
Wilfred Benitez: A forgotten champion? [Francisco Cairol]
The greatest slugfest you've probably never seen [W. Gregory Guedel]
Jerry Quarry's painful end [Ted Sares]
The Roberto Duran nobody knew [Ernesto Morales]
'Manos de Piedra:' An eternal flame, Part I [Michael Klimes]
'Manos de Piedra:' An eternal flame, Part II [Michael Klimes]
Bad night in Vegas: Javier Ayala's final fight [Ted Sares]
The crunching power of Carlos Zarate [Jim Amato]
Curtis Cokes: A look back at the Hall of Famer [Jim Amato]
A forgotten legend: Freddie Steele [Robert Jones]
Black pioneers: Johnson, Jeanette, McVey, Langford [Sam Gregory]
Baer-Schmeling: Tale of two Max's [Jeremy Ebert]
Muhammad Ali's legacy revisited [W. Gregory Guedel]
Lavern Roach vs. Georgie Small, 1950 [Ted Sares]
When Sweet Pea reigned supreme [Geoffrey Ciani]
The apparition that was Larry Holmes [Ted Sares]
Sibbo vs. Collins: Blast from the past [Ted Sares]
Doug DeWitt: True Grit [Jim Amato]
Goldfield's Golden Battle: Joe Gans vs. Battling Nelson [Monte Cox]
Joe Gans vs. Battling Nelson remembered [Sam Gregory]
Benny Leonard: Golden talent, Golden Age [Mike Casey]
Bobby Chacon: Bad to the bone [Jim Amato]
Benny 'Kid' Paret: Lest we forget [Ted Sares]
Will there ever be an opening round like Hagler-Hearns? [James Slater]
Barkley-Hearns II: One of history's most-damaging fights [James Slater]
John L. Sullivan: First gloved heavyweight champ [Zachary Daniels]
Ezzard Charles vs. Archie Moore: Classic trilogy [James Slater]
Jack Johnson vs. Barney Oldfield: The Race [John Howard]
Blood brothers: Joey and Jake LaMotta [Ted Sares]
Eddie Mustafa Muhammad: Fighter & trainer
[Ken Hissner]
Benny Leonard: Ghetto Wizard [Keith Terceira]

Beau Jack: A true all-time great [Jim Amato]
The First Lady of MMA, circa 1770s [Christopher Shelton]

Wilfredo 'Bazooka' Gomez, Part I [Michael Klimes]
Wilfredo 'Bazooka' Gomez, Part II [Michael Klimes]
Biofile: Dwight Muhammad Qawi [Scoop Malinowski]

When Dick Tiger became light heavyweight king [Pete Madzelan]
Sugar Ray Leonard: The Closer [Ted Sares]
Butch Lewis & the Spinks brothers
[Tom Donelson]
Greatest middleweight trilogy: Zale-Graziano [James Slater]
Dwight Muhammad Qawi: Second best cruiserweight ever [James Slater]
Archie Moore's most memorable triumph [Mike Dunn]
Letters from Archie Moore [Ron DiMichele]
Michael Nunn: What Happened? [John Howard]
Floyd Patterson: The man the system could not beat [Martin Kane]

 

 
 
 

In-depth:
Tony DeMarco

Ringside Boxing Show
Jan. 8, 2012
 
 
Cyclone: The Irrepressible Gene Fullmer [Mike Casey]
Dominant heavyweights, '60s-'90s [Jim Dorney]
Ring Wars: Sugar Ray vs. Randy Turpin
[John F. McKenna]
Remembering 'Irish' Billy Collins, Part I [Ted Sares]
Remembering 'Irish' Billy Collins, Part II [Ted Sares]
The time Tunnel: Gene Tunney [Sam Gregory]
Sam Langford: He even predicted where they'd fall [Simon Henley]
Sammy Angott: The only man to beat a prime Willie Pep [Carl Thompson]
Vicious Victor Galindez [Ted Sares]
Ali-Chuvalo: Blueprint for how to beat The Greatest [James Slater]

Georges Carpentier: 'The Orchid Man' [Norman Marcus]

Basilio, DeMarco, and the IBHOF [Richard V. Powell]

Quit clowning: When Max Baer got serious [Mike Casey]
St. Valentine's Day Massacre: Robinson slaughters LaMotta [Dax Ferguson]
The University of Eighth Avenue, Part I [A.J. Liebling]
The University of Eighth Avenue, Part II [A.J. Liebling]
Wasted talent: 'Macho' Camacho & Edwin Rosario [Francisco Cairol]
Mexico's five greatest fighters [James Slater]
 

BOXING AND THE MOB


Frankie Carbo

Frankie Carbo keeps a promise, Blinky gets a payoff [Dan Parker]
Boxing & The Mob: The Death of Blinky Palermo [Jack Fiske]
Blinky Palermo, mobster who ran boxing, dies [Ring Talk]
The Jim Norris-Frankie Carbo alliance [Gilbert Rogin]
Runyon without romance [Time Magazine]
Frankie Carbo and the 1940s [Alexander Zammit]
Liston was in trouble in and out of the ring [Mike Puma]
The troubled world of Don Jordan [Carlos Acevedo]
Boxing &The Mafia in the Golden Era [Book review]
'Jacobs Beach: The Mob, the Garden, & the Golden Era' [Book review]

As tough as it gets: George "Elbows" McFadden in 1889 [Matt McGrain]

Carlos Monzon: A glamorous but tragic life [Michael Rosenthal]

Buster Mathis Jr. recalls facing Tyson [Percy Crawford]

Gene Tunney: An erudite champion [George Kimball]

Greb-Tunney I among bloodiest brawls ever [Sam Gregory]

Michael Watson: I'm still a champ 20 years after Eubank [Mirror]

Leo Gamez: The forgotten four-division champ [Michael Plunkett]

Chris Eubank's Indian Summer [Michael Klimes]

What if Joe Frazier had fought Ron Lyle? [Jim Amato]

Fame, fortune have faded for Detroit boxer [Mike Brudenell]

Tommy Loughran: Poetry in Motion [Mike Casey]

Clever, classy Conn fell late against Joe Louis [Sam Gregory]

Holmes vs. Cooney: The retun of an afterthought [Phil Rice]
Graziano & Zale, vastly different, are forever linked [Sam Gregory]

Corrales-Castillo I: A retrospective [Brandon Desmond]

'Facing Ali' [Book review]

'The Donald' played Trump card for Spinks-Cooney [Charles Jay]

 

 
 

In-depth:
A
aron Pryor
Ringside Boxing Show
Jan. 29, 2012
 
 

Tommy Loughran: A stylish light heavyweight king [Sam Gregory}

The life and death of Rocky Marciano [John Cameron]

Lavern Roach vs. Georgie Small, 1950 [Bad Left Hook]

Foreman-Quarry: What a fight it could have been [Jim Amato]

Where are they now? Milton McCrory [Shawn Murphy]

The tragic fate of Gypsy Trollmann [Tobias Hanich]

Noticing Greg Haugen [Phil Rice]

Edwin Virulet: He was a contender [New York Times]

Highlights, lowlights of the past decade [Sports Illustrated]

'Dreams of Wonderful Years:' Duane Bobick [Ken Hissner]

Right on: Ingo's bingo was a thriller [Mike Casey]

Angelo Dundee: 'The best I've trained' [Doug Fischer]

James J. Jeffries retired at his absolute peak [Matt McGrain]

James 'Quick' Tillis: Memories of a Near-Miss Kid [Lyle Fitzsimmons]

The original 'Fight of the Century' [Sam Gregory]

Spinks upsets Holmes! [James Slater]
'Cinderella Man,' a 10-1 underdog, stuns Baer
[Sam Gregory]

'Ultimate Tough Guy: The Life & Times of James J. Jeffries' [Book review]

Stanley Ketchel: The Irresistible Assassin [Mike Casey]

Michael Watson: A boxer, a man [Ted Sares]

141 KOs: The amazing Archie Moore [Paul McCreath]

R.I.P. Johnny Caldwell [Ryan McArthur]

Sugar' Ray Leonard: Better amateur or pro? [Ken Hissner]

Where are they now? 'Caveman' Lee [Shawn Murphy]

Strange Days: The Johnny Saxton story [Carlos Acevedo]

Ali: The greatest, but also the toughest [Graham Houston]

Sharkey-Corbett: Battle of unbeatens [Christopher James Shelton]

200 years ago ... without gloves [Christopher James Shelton]

 

SONNY LISTON


'The Bear'

Closest friends still say Liston was done in [John L. Smith]
Johnny Tocco & Sonny Liston [Pedro Fernandez]

'I shook up the world! I'm a bad man!' [John Carter]
Clay vs. Liston: Fake or Legitimate? [Mike Dunn]
Sonny Liston: Say goodnight to the bad guy [Stuart Cornwell]
'Liston and Ali' a worthy read [Thomas Hauser]
Leaving Las Vegas: Sonny Liston [Mike Casey]
Sonny's greatest comeback victory [Mike Dunn]
Liston: Most underrated heavyweight ever [Frank Lotierzo]

 

The most-brutal heavyweight title fight in history [James Slater]

Documentary relives night Seldon's life changed [David Weinberg]

Bob Satterfield: Let's keep the record straight [Ted Sares]

Greatness eluded Brooklyn's Leon Taylor [Sports Illustrated]

Remembering British heavyweight champ Gary Mason [James Slater]

Here's looking at you, Casablanca: Marcel Cerdan [Mike Casey]

The tragic Ali-Holmes fight [James Slater]

Chicanito' remembered as gentleman, warrior [Steve Carp]

Boston's five greatest boxers [Colin Linneweber]

Mexico-Puerto Rico: Roots of 'The Rivalry' [E.G. Morales-Febus]

Featherweight Robinson Pitalua: Drowned in Miami [Jaime Castro-Nunez]

Tribute to a bare-knuckle legend [The Irish Independent]

Boxing's Most influential: Nos. 1-50 [Kevin Iole]

Boxing's 100 most influential: Nos. 51-100 [Kevin Iole]

Celebrating Ali [Louisville Courier Journal]

The genius of Bob Fitzsimmons [Mike Casey]

Tony DeMarco: A Boston legend [Ted Sares]

 

 
 
 

In-depth:
George Chuvalo
Ringside Boxing Show
March 17, 2010
 
 

Hall of Fame profile: Ricardo Lopez [The Ring]

The 10 best knockout artists of all time [Jeremy Herriges]

Ron Lyle: You can't do it for the money [Percy Crawford]

Mike Tyson on sex, drugs, spirituality [Sports Illustrated]

Farewell to boxing legend Art Hernandez [Pete Ehrmann]

Johnny Owens' death still painful after 30 years [BBC]

Johnny Owen's fatal final fight [Neil Prior]

Chico Vejar: Quintessential '50s [Ted Sares]

Legendary Gleason's Gym goes the distance [Reuters]

A Perfect 10: Remembering James Shuler [Ted Sares]

Lou Scozza: Buffalo's forgotten scrapper [Keith Terceira]

Howard Davis: The best I faced [Ryan Songalia]

Chasing Jack Chase, Part I: The Dead End Kid [Springs Toledo]

Chasing Jack Chase, Part II: A Candle in the Glove [Springs Toledo]

Chasing Jack Chase, Part III: Unredeemed [Springs Toledo]

Chasing Jack Chase, Part IV: Californ-I-Am [Springs Toledo]

Chasing Jack Chase, Part V: Fade to Black [Springs Toledo]

 
 
ROCKY MARCIANO

'The Rock' at his lethal best
 

FBI files: Marciano got death threats before fight [Matt Stout]

Marciano Revisited: Part One [Thomas Hauser]

Marciano revisted: Part Two [Thomas Hauser]

The life and death of Rocky Marciano [John Cameron]

Happy birthday Rocky Marciano [John Cameron]

Rocky Marciano and generational bias [Ted Sares]
Rocky Marciano: The Slippery slugger
[Ted Spoon]
Holmes & Marciano: Underappreciated vs. beloved [Colin Lineweber]


 

The mysterious case of undefeated Terry Marsh [Ken Hissner]

Triumph & tragedy: The Ray Mancini story [Matthew Hurley]

Mancini-Kim: Beyond the brink [Ted Sares]

Cult classic: Danny Nardico vs. Charley Norkus [Ted Sares]

Roberto Duran's last stand as champion [Pedro Fernandez]

Roberto Duran's last stand as champion, Part 2 [Pedro Fernandez]

Roberto Duran's last stand as champion, Part 3 [Pedro Fernandez]

The Kid: Remembering Gavilan [Ted Sares]

Joe Gans: The Old Master [Keith Teceira]

Buster Mathis faced the best during Golden Era [Mike Dunn]

Revsiting Holyfield-Lewis I [Geoffrey Ciani]

George Foreman KOs Michael Moorer [James Slater]

Benn vs. Logan: Ferocity extraordinaire [Ted Sares]

Johnson-Jeffries: Flashpoint in U.S. race relations [The Ring]

The history of boxing's gold medal winners [Ken Hissner[

The seminal Master: Why Jack Johnson would be king today [Mike Casey]

Where are they now? Carlos Palomino [The Sweet Science]

Max Schmeling as villain & hero [Karl E.H. Seigfried]

Heavenly art: The wonder of Nicolino Locche [Mike Casey]

Why isn't Fitzsimmons in all-time Top 10? [Chuck Marbry]

Should have been, never was: Cuevas-Palomino [Jim Amato]

Marvis Frazier: No regrets [William Dettloff]

Bobby Chacon & Danny 'Little Red' Lopez [Ted Sares]

 

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Sam Langford: Boxing's greatest uncrowned champion [Adeyinka Makinde]

'Simply the best' -- Chris Eubank [Mark Henbridge]

Ezra Sellers: Chill or be chilled [Ted Sares]

San Francisco was once boxing's hub [The Ring]

Cosell was often bigger than the fighters [Michael Rosenthal]

Harold Johnson: Master mechanic haunted by Archie Moore [Mike Casey]

Aaron Pryor finds peace outside the ring [Dayton Daily News]

Sugar Ray's Montreal memories good as gold

[Dave Spencer]

Eder Jofre tops all-time bantamweight survey [East Side Boxing]

Larry Holmes: "Alive and enjoying it" [Colin Linneweber]

Brooklyn College: Boxing Mecca [Wall Street Journal]

The 10 greatest KOs in boxing history [Colin Linneweber]

Joe Frazier still smokin' on his 66th birthday [Robin Leach]

Mike Tyson, Part 1: 1981-1989 [Pedro Fernandez]

Kilbane vs. Kilbane: Fighting spirit in Canton [Gary Brown]

McGuigan recalls 1985 win over Pedroza [Saddoboxing.com]

Mercante Jr. walks in dad's huge footsteps [Robert Mladnich]

Murphy Griffin, Mancini's trainer, dies at 88 [Fox Sports]

The Third God of War: Henry Armstrong [Springs Toledo]

Holmes, Frazier recall facing Ali [Luaine Lee]

 
 
 
Remembering
Pancho Villa,
the first Pinoy star

Antonio Santiago
 

Upset specials: Douglas over Tyson is tops [Kevin Iole]

Ten boxers praise old foe Ali [Bill Brownstein]

Buster Douglas exposed the Tyson lie [Kevin Mitchell]

Mike Weaver: An unlikely champion [Jim Amato]

Frazier-Ellis was a must-win for 'Smokin' Joe' [Frank Lotierzo]

Where have the great heavyweights gone? [Bill Gallo]

Philadelphia trainer Al ennell dies [John F. Morrison]

Ex-champ Paul Banke battles on after AIDS [Jerry Crowe]

Jerry Quarry knew his punches, poetry [Herb Benham]

Harry Carpenter, voice of BBC boxing, dies at 84 [BBC]

'Facing Ali' a film that gets it right [Stanley Crouch]

Lorraine Chargrin earned her place in boxing [Jim Jenkins]

The best ever? Sugar Ray Robinson [Rick Brown]

Mercante counts as one of all-time greatest [Bill Gallo]

Carmen Basilio interview [Geoffrey Ciani]

Kennedy McKinney: Hall of Fame worthy [Ken Hissner]

Life deals nasty blows to George Chuvalo [Jack Knox]

Top 100 Fights: Pettway KOs Simon Brown [Mark Lyons]
'Dreams of Wonderful Years:' Duane Bobick [Ken Hissner]
Lou Scozza: Buffalo's forgotten scrapper [Keith Terceira]
The greatness of Rocky Marciano [Chuck Marbry]

Heavyweight history, Part I, with Emanuel Steward [Geoffrey Ciani]

Heavyweight history, Part II, with Emanuel Steward [Geoffrey Ciani]

Heavyweight history, Part III, with Emanuel Steward [Geoffrey Ciani]

On being a professional fighter: Interview with Jeff Bumphus [Phil Rice]

Thunder & Lightning: 20 years after Chavez-Taylor [PH Burbridge]

Muhammad Ali had no quarrel with Viet Cong [USA Today]

Spider Kelly was a Derry hero [Derry Journal]

How greatness eluded heavyweight Greg Page [Pavel Yakoviev]

Pain for Love: A tribute to Diego Corrales [13thround.com]

Blood & Guts: The Incredible Kid Lavigne [Mike Casey]

The Brash Prince: Profile of Naseem Hamed [James Forster]

Interview with Goody Petronelli, Hagler's trainer [Pavel Yakovlev]

Where are they now? Johnny Bumphus [Shawn Murphy]

Dundee: I thought Muhammad was a dope on the ropes [Geoffrey Ciani]

The Jewels in Jerry's Crown: Quarry at his very best [Mike Casey]

Hagler-Hearns: Will & Determination [Pete Madzelan]

Lionel Rose can't speak, but he can laugh and cry [Ron Reed]

Donald Curry's bad night on The Boardwalk [James Foster]

Ali-Norton, through Ed Schuyler's eyes [Lee Groves]

When ballpark fights ruled boxing [Don Stradley]

Jim Watt vs. Howard Davis, 30 years later [William Dettloff]

Feb. 16, 1970: Joe Frazier vs. Jimmy Ellis [Pete Madzelan]

Where are they now? Paul Vaden [The Sweet Science]

Hall of Fame Friday: Ezzard Charles [The Ring]

Hall of Fame Friday: Joey Giardello [The Ring]

Five greatest Boston boxers of all time [Colin Linneweber]

Leon Spinks: 'I just want to be Leon!' [Ken Hissner]

Sugar Ray Leonard: The Great Illusionist [East Side Boxing]

Luminaries of Welsh boxing history, part one [Pavel Yakovlev]

Luminaries of Welsh boxing history, part two [Pavel Yakovlev]

Ali-Frazier soars above modern scene [Washington Post]
Today's heavyweights pale by comparison [David Anderson]
Down goes Smokin' Joe Frazier [Michael Marley]
Measured against all time: Joe Frazier [Cliff Rold]
Thoughts on the passing of Joe Frazier [John J. Raspanti]
Reflections of the great Joe Frazier [St. Louis American]\

Chico Vejar: Quintessential 1950s [Ted Sares]
Frazier a champion, not a celebrity [Boston Globe]
Frazier much more than just a raw slugger [Frank Lotierzo]
Ex-champ Buster Douglas reflects on Frazier [Brad Cooney]
Larry Holmes remembers Frazier [Gary Blockus]
Joe Frazier: The real 'Rocky' [John F. McKenna]

An appreciation of a champion [Gordon Marino]
The world lost one of the greats [Tim Donaldson]
Eddie Mustafa: Frazier an outstanding man
[Percy Crawford]
James Toney: Frazier is an all-time warrior [Percy Crawford]
Ron Lyle: Frazier down to earth, real deal [Percy Crawford]
Michael Moorer reflects on Joe Frazier [Brad Cooney]
Video: Smokin' Joe dies [Associated Press]
Frazier was a symbol of the sport [Rich Mancuso]
There will never be another Joe Frazier [Thomas Gerbasi]
Joe Frazier passes away from liver cancer [Eric Thomas]
Smokin' Joe's 10 greatest moments [Hans Olson]
Personal memories of Smokin' Joe [Gianluca Di Caro]
Ali-Frazier: The wars between the greats [Mark Kram]
Important lesson learned from Frazier [New York Post]
'Fight of the Century' remembered [Dan Levy]
Joe Frazier's five greatest moments [Ryan Rudnansky]
Mayweather offers to pay for Frazier's funeral [Josh Slagter]

The best of all time A to Z: Armstrong [The Ring]

The best of all time A to Z: Burley [The Ring]

The best of all time A to Z: Charles [The Ring]

The best of all time A to Z: Duran [The Ring]

The best of all time A to Z: Elorde [The Ring]

The best of all time A to Z: Foreman [The Ring]

The best of all time A-Z: Greb [The Ring]

The best of all time A to Z: Hagler [The Ring]

The best of all time A to Z: Ibeabuchi [The Ring]

The best of all time A to Z: Ketchel [The Ring]

The best of all time A to Z: Louis [The Ring]

The best of all time A to Z: Moore [The Ring]

The best of all time A to Z: Napoles [The Ring]

The best of all time A to Z: Olivares [The Ring]

The best of all time A to Z: Pep [The Ring]

The best of all time A to Z: Qawi [The Ring]

The best of all time A to Z: Robinson [The Ring]

The best of all time A to Z: Saddler [The Ring]

The best of all time A to Z: Tunney [The Ring]

The best of all time A to Z: Uzcudun [The Ring]

The best of all time A to Z: Villa [The Ring]

The best of all time A to Z: Walker [The Ring]

The best of all time A to Z: Xeque [The Ring]

The best of all time A to Z: Yarosz [The Ring]

The best of all time A to Z: Zale [The Ring]

Hall of Fame profile: Carlos Palomino [Michael Rosenthal]

Top 100 Fights: No. 100 [Mark Lyons]
Top 100 fights: 97-99 [Mark Lyons]
Top 100 fights: 93-96 [Mark Lyons]
Top 100 fights: 89-92 [Mark Lyons]
Top 100 fights: 85-88
[Mark Lyons]
Top 100 fights: 81-84
[Mark Lyons]
Top 100 fights: 77-80
[Mark Lyons]
Top 100 fights: 73-76
[Mark Lyons]
Top 100 fights: 69-72 [Mark Lyons]
Top 100 fights: 65-68 [Mark Lyons]
Top 100 fights: 61-64 [Mark Lyons]
Top 100 fights: 57-60 [Mark Lyons]
Top 100 fights: 53-56 [Mark Lyons]
Top 100 fights: 50-52 [Mark Lyons]
Top 100 fights: 46-49 [Mark Lyons]
Top 100 fights: 42-45 [Mark Lyons]
Top 100 fights: 38-41 [Mark Lyons]
Top 100 fights: 34-37 [Mark Lyons]
Top 100 fights: 30-33 [Mark Lyons]
Top 100 fights: 26-29 [Mark Lyons]
Top 100 fights: 22-25 [Mark Lyons]
Top 100 fights: 18-21 [Mark Lyons]
Top 100 fights: 14-17 [Mark Lyons]
Top 100 fights: 10-13 [Mark Lyons]
Top 100 fights: 7-9 [Mark Lyons]
Top 100 fights: 4-6 [Mark Lyons]
Top 100 fights: 1-3 [Mark Lyons]

 

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