It was a busy weekend for our own Lee Groves and it all culminated in part three of his “Travelin’ Man” Chronicles in Canastota, NY.
RingTV.com’s resident historian Lee Groves continues his Canastota experience in part two of his “Travelin’ Man” chronicles.
The 2015 International Boxing Hall of Fame has come and gone and our resident Travelin’ Man, Lee Groves was there. Read on for part one of three.
It was a war in which bombs were launched; blood was spilled and whose participants were never the same again. Our resident historian Lee Groves remembers the breathtaking spectacle that was Diego Corrales-Jose Luis Castillo I, 10 years later.
Mere days away from Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Manny Pacquiao, potentially the biggest fight in recent history, Lee Groves looks back at the last pound-for-pound mega-fight between Pernell Whitaker and Julio Cesar Chavez.
RingTV.com’s resident Travelin’ Man, Lee Groves returned to punch-counting action in Brooklyn, New York for a “ShoBox” event headlined by Frank Galarza-Sheldon Moore. Lee brings us more details of his adventure in part two of his latest journal.
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.
Today, April 5, 2015, marks the 100th anniversary of the world heavyweight title bout between Jack Johnson and Jess Willard. With an incredible run-up to the bout between two incredible personalities, our resident historian, Lee Groves looks back.
RingTV.com’s Lee Groves was on the scene for WBA/IBF/WBO light heavyweight titlist Sergey Kovalev’s defense against Jean Pascal in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. As always, the ‘Travelin’ Man’ provides a front row seat to his unique brand of observation.
RingTV.com’s resident Travelin’ Man Lee Groves is back in Montreal and ready to count punches while denying Friday the 13 its tricky villainy. But will he be successful in part one?
There are certain fights throughout boxing history that ignite a visceral reaction from fans due to their disputed outcomes, such as Dempsey-Tunney II and Hagler-Leonard. One such fight took place 25 years ago today when Julio Cesar Chavez and Meldrick Taylor produced a war for the ages that would be overshadowed by one of the most polarizing decisions a referee ever made.
With Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Manny Pacquiao finally official for May 2 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, “The Sweet Science” will give the world something it has sorely lacked for the longest time – a fight that will stop the world on its axis.