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  • OctoberRed
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    Originally posted by Ben Bolt View Post

    I still find The Ring mag good reading, but I'm afraid you're right.
    The price has been raised, the pages are fewer.
    Eventually it will go all digital if anything. Not enough money to be made from the print version.

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  • Ben Bolt
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    Originally posted by OctoberRed View Post

    The Ring is on it's last leg, should be gone in a year or two I predict.
    I still find The Ring mag good reading, but I'm afraid you're right.
    The price has been raised, the pages are fewer.

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  • OctoberRed
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    Originally posted by Ben Bolt View Post

    But, if I'm forced to pick one mag to survive, it's Boxing News.
    The #1, even more important than The Ring when papers ruled.

    The Ring is on it's last leg, should be gone in a year or two I predict.

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  • Ben Bolt
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    Originally posted by OctoberRed View Post
    Those bastards! They killed it to keep Boxing News going!
    But, if I'm forced to pick one mag to survive, it's Boxing News.
    The #1, even more important than The Ring when papers ruled.


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  • Shadoww702
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    My local library used to carry these magazines and I would spend hours reading them...

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  • W1LL
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    Not a bad magazine, may even still have a few editions from the mid-00s. Haven't bought it for years though.

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  • Nash out
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    Printed media just isn't big anymore. I've watched boxing as a massive fan since the early 90's and I've never even heard of this magazine. This magazine going is hardly an indicator that boxing is dying. It's different times now anyway, when Mike Tyson fought bums in front of millions of viewers back then, there wasn't much else for anyone to do, now there is. Netflix, computers, people would rather be on them than accepting for mismatches like they used to. When there's a big fight, people watch. They just won't watch fights like Tyson vs Peter Mcneeley in these times and accept it.

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  • Earl-Hickey
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    Deontay Wilder has spoken publicly once in the last 13 months.

    I don't know if he will ever fight again.

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  • jaded
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    Print media is a dinosaur...the internet killed it.

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  • DJS
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    Grew up reading it. Sad.

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