Talkin’ Boxing with Tim Witherspoon

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Two time heavyweight champion Tim Witherspoon of Philadelphia PA talks about his illustrious boxing career which spanned from  1979  – 2003. Now 58, ‘Terrible’ Tim won his first WBC world title in 1984 vs Greg Page and achieved a final pro record of  55-13-1 (38 KOs). By Scoop Malinowski Ringobserver: ...

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A Close Encounter With Cassius Clay

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“I met Cassius Clay face to face some years back when he was still Cassius Clay,” remembers Nathanael Kapner. “Wow! What vitality! What greatness oozed out of him! He must have been one of the most beautiful human beings I ever laid eyes on.” “It was in a luxury hotel ...

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Biofile: Michael Moorer Interview

                         By Scoop Malinowski Status: Former Heavyweight Champion and Light Heavyweight champion. First southpaw to ever win the Heavyweight title. Ring record was 52-4-1 (40 KOs) Ht: 6-2 Wt: 240 DOB: November 12, 1967 In: Brooklyn, NY Childhood Heroes: ...

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Muhammad Ali Memories

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LeRoy Neiman: “I was in the dressing room with Ali before one of his fights. He was laying, resting on a table and I was sketching him as he rested. Then, suddenly Ali asked Angelo to turn out the lights. And Angelo asked, Why? And Ali answered, ‘I want to ...

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Why are Floyd and Canelo Mum about rematch?

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Do you find it odd that Floyd Mayweather and Canelo Alvarez are uninterested in a rematch which is set up perfectly and both sides currently need each other? Floyd is itching to line up a suitable low risk money-maker opponent (to piggyback off of) for his 50th win and Canelo needs a ...

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Opinion: Why Tarver’s KO 2 of Jones Changed Boxing

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Professional boxing was significantly altered in 2004 when Antonio Tarver knocked out Roy Jones with one punch in the second round of their world light heavyweight title fight in Las Vegas. It was the last time a protected establishment star has been unexpectedly thrashed by a brutal KO. Since then ...

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Golovkin’s Incredible Career Is Being Cheated

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With the hideously pathetic duck by Canelo Alvarez yesterday the sad realization is that Gennady Golovkin’s extraordinary career is being cheated. With Alvarez electing to betray his own words by vacating the WBC 160 pound title we now know that ALL the big marquee names are strategically ducking Golovkin to ...

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Facing Mike Tyson

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What it was like to FACE MIKE TYSON in the boxing ring:   ANDREW GOLOTA The powerful Pole faced Tyson in Oct. 2000  in Detroit. Tyson won by TKO 3 but the verdict was later ruled a no-contest after Tyson refused a post-fight a drug test. “Tyson – I was confident, except he ...

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