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RingTv image From THE RING Magazine: Golden games

From THE RING Magazine: Golden games

From the September 2014 issue of THE RING Magazine: The nine gold medals won by the U.S. team in 1984 is a record for the ages. Regular contributor Bernard Fernandez revisits the squad on its 30th anniversary.

RingTv image From THE RING Magazine: Stop signs

From THE RING Magazine: Stop signs

From the September 2014 issue of THE RING Magazine: The most important role of a referee is determining when to step in and save an injured combatant. But it’s hardly an exact science.

RingTv image From THE RING Magazine: Finished business

From THE RING Magazine: Finished business

From the September 2014 issue of THE RING Magazine: New contributor Elliot Worsell’s vivid account of the landmark Carl Froch-George Groves rematch includes the unique perspective of its referee and the pressure on him to deliver.

RingTv image Perfect Execution: Body punching

Perfect Execution: Body punching

The latest installment of Bernard Hopkins’ “Perfect Execution” focuses on body punching, of which Hopkins says, “If you invest in the body early, the interest comes later on in a fight.”

RingTv image THE RING Magazine August issue: On sale now

THE RING Magazine August issue: On sale now

That’s Canelo’s “serious face” on THE RING Magazine’s cover — and it better be. The August 2014 edition delves into what’s at stake for Alvarez as he goes into his battle with the very dangerous Erislandy Lara on July 12. In two words: his future.