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America Failing to Produce Top Heavyweights

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  The United States once dominated the sport of boxing by producing an abundance of top notch, world class heavyweight boxers. But today, America is failing and has been failing for over a decade to create any dominant or special heavyweight boxers. The main reasons for the failure are the ...

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If Al Haymon Controlled Muhammad Ali’s Career

  By Scoop Malinowski Al Haymon’s most defining contribution to boxing is his profound protective nature. His most treasured boxers are protected like a mother bear protects it’s baby cubs. Whether it’s forcing a heavy puncher to wear “pillows”, issuing a $5m bonus to an opponent to play soft, refusing ...

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Muhammad Ali: Portrait Of A Champion Book Excerpt

An abstract portrait of legendary boxing champion Muhammad Ali by Scoop Malinowski, uniquely composed of memories, anecdotes, interviews, personal encounters, insider stories, artwork, photos, sketches, etc. 220 pages. BOOK EXCERPTS Bob Foster (Ali opponent and former Light Heavyweight champion): “I was on the same card at Caesars with Muhammad Ali. ...

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