THE RING archive: Hagler-Leonard – War of Words

09
Aug

THE RING archive: Hagler-Leonard – War of Words

Note: This feature originally appeared in the April 1987 issue of THE RING Magazine. IT WASN’T QUITE “NO MAS, NO MAS,”...

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09
Aug

THE RING archive: Leonard-Hearns – Who picked who in “The Showdown”

THE RING Fight Picks go way back. Esteemed colleague, RING ratings panelist and fight pick collector, Anson Wainwright, was probably...

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09
Aug

Who is the greatest fighter alive? No. 1 revealed

The question was raised early this year as a group of knowledgeable boxing people – writers, publicists and others who...

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08
Aug

Who is the greatest fighter alive? No. 2 revealed

The question was raised early this year as a group of knowledgeable boxing people – writers, publicists and others who...

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05
Aug

Who is the greatest fighter alive? No. 5 revealed

The question was raised early this year as a group of knowledgeable boxing people – writers, publicists and others who...

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05
Jun

From THE RING Magazine: 14 rounds of pure hell

It is impossible to conceive how tough the Thrilla in Manila was for Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier but those who were there attempt to provide some insight.

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14
Aug

Dougie’s Friday mailbag

Fans share their thoughts on Miguel Cotto-Canelo Alvarez, Antonio Tarver-Steve Cunningham fight, a future Anthony Joshua-Dillian Whyte showdown and many other subjects in this week’s Friday mailbag.

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15
Apr

Marvelous Marvin Hagler recalls “The War” with Thomas Hearns

Rivalries in boxing are often connected to trilogies, but Marvin Hagler’s middleweight title defense against the explosive Thomas Hearns was once in a lifetime sporting theater. No sequel required. Hagler told RingTV.com: “It was the highlight of my career and I give Tommy credit for being the man he was that night. It takes two to tango and both of us made our mark in the history books.”

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15
Apr

Eight minutes of fury: Marvin Hagler-Thomas Hearns 30th anniversary

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.

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19
Jan

Keith Thurman: NBC deal is ‘great for the sport, positive all the way around’

Echoing the sentiments of many a fan and pundit, undefeated welterweight Keith Thurman says Al Haymon’s deal with NBC is a blessing and good for the sport.

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