Thirty years ago today, Marvin Hagler and Thomas Hearns somehow exceeded the extreme expectations created by promoters, fans and media. Their eight minutes of fury was a savage symphony of violence that ended up lifting both victor and vanquished to legendary status.read more
As “ShoBox: The New Generation” nears a milestone 200th episode, Gordon Hall and Steve Farhood reflect upon the shows’ impact on boxing with RingTV.com with tales of humor, sadness and inspiration.read more
Nihito Arakawa won over American boxing fans with his courageous effort against Omar Figueroa Jr. last July in his U.S. debut. The Japanese warrior returns to the U.S. on Saturday when he faces Jorge Linares in Las Vegas.read more
Showtime Sports will offer live streams of Thursday’s final press conference, Friday’s weigh-in and the Saturday preview show of the Canelo Alvarez-Alfredo Angulo pay-per-view event via YouTube, Ustream and http://sports.sho.com/live.read more
When Lee Groves was tabbed to work the CompuBox keys for the Showtime Championship Boxing card topped by Bernard Hopkins’ IBF light heavyweight title defense against Karo Murat he was thrilled. When he found out it was to be staged in Atlantic City, he was even happier because of the city’s historic place in boxing.read more
“It just felt very, very personal to me,” said broadcaster Al Bernstein, who sings “What a Wonderful World” in honor of boxing dignitaries such as the late Hall of Fame trainer Emanuel “Manny” Steward during a musical tribute on The Boxing Channel.read more
Veteran journalist Al Bernstein’s book, 30 Years … 30 Undeniable Truths, is an entertaining journey from the formative years of cable-TV boxing to the present, as witnessed by one of the best storytellers in the business.read more
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