Best I’ve Trained: Ronnie Shields

16
May

Best I’ve Trained: Ronnie Shields

Ronnie Shields’ resume boasts some of boxing’s biggest names from the past 30 years. He gave RingTV an in-depth breakdown of the most talented fighters he has worked with.

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02
May

Oscar De La Hoya on speed vs. power

Saturday’s bout between Canelo Alvarez and Amir Khan is a classic speed vs. power match-up. Oscar De La Hoya shares his favorite scraps in this category.

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31
Dec

Howard Davis Jr. passes away at 59

According to reports, one of the greatest American amateur stars in boxing history Howard Davis Jr. has tragically passed away at the age of 59 after a short battle with lung cancer.

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31
Oct

IBHOF Class of 2016 – How I voted and why

Oct. 31 was the deadline for ballots for the International Boxing Hall of Fame’s Class of 2016. Boxing historian Lee Groves tells us who he voted for and why.

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18
May

They Never Happened – part IV

In this installment of RingTV.com’s mythical matchups series, we get expert musings on Larry Holmes vs. Riddick Bowe, Nigel Benn vs. Carl Froch, Pernell Whitaker vs. Meldrick Taylor and many more.

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17
Mar

Julio Cesar Chavez-Meldrick Taylor I remembered

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.

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17
Dec

Trainer Robert Garcia: The transformation of Marcos Maidana

Robert Garcia on Marcos Maidana’s win over Adrien Broner: “We were ready to throw 100 punches a round. We know that’s the only way to beat somebody like Adrien Broner, or that’s the way to beat somebody like Floyd Mayweather [Jr.,]. That’s the way [Roberto] Duran beat Sugar Ray Leonard.”

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13
Sep

Someone’s ‘O’ has got to go: 10 notable fights between unbeaten fighters – Part II

The bottom five of Lee Groves’ 10 list of notable showdowns between unbeaten fighters were Curry-McCrory (10), Calzaghe-Kessler (9), Frazier-Foreman I (8), Holmes-Spinks I (7) and Gomez-Zarate (6). What fights make up the top five? Read on and find out.

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