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Angelo Rottoli Passes Away at 61, Loses Battle With Coronavirus

Former EBU cruiserweight king and WBC world title challenger Angelo Rottoli has passed away at the age of 61 after a losing battle with the coronavrius. Italian media writes that Rottoli´s mother and ...

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Boxing Without Boxing: Michael Carbajal vs. Muangchai Kittikasem: 07/29/90

With good reason, 1976 and 1984 take up a lot of the air when people remember the great US Olympic teams. They weren’t the last great teams. While Gold has been sparse since 1988, the 1988 team faced ...

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Boxing Grinds To a Halt: The Present, The Past, and The Future

Boxing Grinds To a Halt: The Present, The Past, and The Future

By Thomas Hauser - Boxing, like all live spectator sports, relies on the here and now for revenue. If fights don't happen, people don't get paid. In recent weeks, boxing has ground to a halt. Fighters...

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Daily Bread Mailbag: Atlas Ripping Ruiz, Wilder's Loss, Klitschko-Lewis

The Daily Bread Mailbag returns with Stephen "Breadman" Edwards tackling topics such as Vitali Klitschko vs. Lennox Lewis, Deontay Wilder's defeat to Tyson Fury, Philadelphia fighters, Teddy Atlas rip...

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WBC Prez: We All Have To Do Our Part To Prevent Coronavirus Spread

The health emergency for the COVID-19 pandemic has forced the cancellation of boxing events worldwide in an unprecedented manner. In this era, the sport has never faced a scenario of this magnitude, w...

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Quentin Tarantino Breaks Down His Top 5 Boxing Movies

Award winning film director Quentin Tarantino reveals his top 5 movies where punches create stars. Tarantino is known for making films such as Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill, Inglourious Bas...

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50 Classic YouTube Boxing Clips

50 Classic YouTube Boxing Clips

By Tris Dixon - The vast majority of us are on lockdown due to coronavirus and its hold on the global population. Fight fans are sharing great bouts, forgotten classics and much more, but here are 50 ...

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Longtime Cut Man, Trainer Nelson Cuevas Dies At 80 From Coronavirus

Nelson Cuevas, whose devotion to boxing spanned parts of six decades, died Friday from coronavirus. Cuevas was 80. His widow confirmed Cuevas’ death to New Jersey Boxing Hall of Fame president Henry H...

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WBSS Fantasy Tournament: Muhammad Ali Stops Liston in Five

Muhammad Ali is one win away from bolstering his claim as ‘The Greatest.’ The only three-time lineal heavyweight champion in boxing history effortlessly dismantled longtime rival and replacement Sonny...

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WBSS Fantasy Tournament: Ali To Face Liston in Semi-Final, Frazier is Out

Due to a growing global interest in the eWBSS, tournament No 1 seed Muhammad Ali will take on Sonny Liston at the new time of 7pm (GMT) on the @WBSuperSeries Facebook for a place in the final....

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Boxing Without Boxing: Alfred Hitchcock's 'The Ring'

Part of the allure is the sound of it all. Leather against flesh and the sound of feet scraping and sliding across the canvas; the voices of anxious cornermen; the snapping of heavy bags and buzzing o...

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Boxing Without Boxing: Michael Spinks vs. Eddie Mustafa Muhammad, 07/18/81

Boxing Without Boxing: Michael Spinks vs. Eddie Mustafa Muhammad, 07/18/81

By Cliff Rold - The story of the fabled United States class of 1976 at the Montreal Olympics usually begins with Ray Leonard. It can’t be told without Michael Spinks. Between just those two teammates,...

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WBC Prez Keeping a Close Eye on Coronavirus Pandemic

World Boxing Council President Mauricio Sulaiman is keeping a very close eye on the global coronavirus pandemic. Sulaimán, is relieved that none of his organization's world champions have been affect...

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Derrick Jefferson Hospitalized, Under Observation for COVID-19

Once an integral part of HBO’s Boxing After Dark series, Derrick Jefferson is now in a fight of a different kind. The former heavyweight contender was diagnosed with coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and...

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Carlos Baldomir Still Alive, Not Killed in Violent Prison Riot

Former world champion Carlos “Tata” Baldomir, is still alive and is not among the prisoners who were killed in riots which took place in the prisons of Las Flores and Coronda, in Santa Fe, Argentina....

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WBSS Fantasy Tournament: Joe Frazier KO's Lennox Lewis In Seven

Joe Frazier proved as dangerous on the e-boxing circuit as he was in real life. The Hall of Fame former heavyweight champion recovered from a knockdown to score four of his own in flattening England’s...

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WBO Postpones All Sanctioned Events Through June 2020

At least one sanctioning body title won’t be made available for the next few months. The World Boxing Organization (WBO) has formally withdrawn sanctioning from any fights scheduled through the spring...

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Nacho Closes Romanza Gym For First Time in 28 Years Due To COVID-19

The legendary Romanza Gym in Mexico City closed its doors on Monday for the first time in 28 years, after the official decision of the local government to keep gyms, among other properties, closed at ...

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Nevada Commission Cancels March 25 Hearing; Remaining Schedule In Doubt

A hearing to discuss how long combat sports events will remain postponed has itself been cancelled. The monthly agenda meeting to have been held by the Nevada State Athletic Commission is officially c...

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WBC Prez: We Must Have Patience, Let The Experts Do Their Thing

World Boxing Council President Mauricio Sulaimán has joined international measures to decrease the coronavirus pandemic, by suspending his weekly meetings with the media....

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