Yeah...it was a blowout all right.
You mean the Coetzee fight?
The profusion of great boxing mags at the time...ABC Wide World of Sports, to a lesser extent CBS,...and the occasional accidental blurb on the...
No...Griffith was stronger than Hopkins. Nobody ****in bullied Griffith at middleweight.
Beat me to it bro!
Gotta agree Bob!
In this bout...Puerto Rico vs Mexico, Gomez would show himself to be what he was known for being at 122...a sadist who loved his work.
Gomez batters and stops MAB more thoroughly than did Pac. At 122 Bazooka was peerless, as MAB would painfully find out.
Griffith is "on" and he edges Gavvy just barely for a decision.
This is what you mean by "quickest"?
FOTC Frazier vs RJJr? Frazier...that version of Frazier was almost inhuman...he would have destroyed Jones by 9 or 10...maybe sooner.
Calzaghe had the brains to hit and run...utilize his jab and stay out of harms way to win a decision vs Tiger. That's the way that anybody with...
East of the South Pacific I think...
Griffith was robbed vs Dagge.
Only Tapia was a Cocaineican
He must come from the Republic of Alcoholica.
Yes, 3rd row, left side, ...the cigar smoking guy wearing the green fedora and plaid naugahide jumpsuit! You couldn't miss me!!
Ellis was a very good fighter...but one that I took a while to fully appreciate. I want Martin to beat him in that tournament, Jimmy started like...
Yeah, I remember seeing that on YT recently...lol..
I think Ellis takes it by a decision over 15..fighting a very technical fight mapped out between him and Angelo Dundee. The element of surprise...
Little Red Lopez-Juan Malvarez
None of that nervous twitch stuff, practically doing calisthenics before sitting on his stool petrified with fear like Ken Norton did before his...
Just before his bout with George Foreman, he took this casual walk, passing right by a loosening up Foreman and nodded a friendly hello as it he...