An interesting array of boxing people responded to our survey. The offshoot was a two-part story. Here are the remaining responses. The irony—or maybe the evolution
PART ONE OF A TWO-PART SERIES — On June 6, 1948, the storied Marigold Gardens in Chicago was filled with cigar smoke, boxing being a bastion...
Last year was the safest year on record for commercial air travel. Airlines recorded zero accident deaths in commercial jets in 2017. President Donald Trump celebrated
This time I asked more than two dozen noted boxing buffs to name the nicest person they had met in boxing. One could select a boxer,...
Anyone with this handle has to be big, and the one I have in mind is very big and very fit with a prominent six-pack, visible...
Golden Johnson, who had fought a veritable who’s who of opponents, was 24-7-3 when he fought a favored Oscar “El Torito” Diaz
Over the years, certain fighters had the unique ability to guarantee action as soon as the bell rang. Most of these warriors demonstrated a distinct disdain
The names of professional boxers who competed in Lowell, Massachusetts, as amateurs read like a who's who of boxing greats.
Armenian/German Avetik Abrahamyan, aka Arthur “King” Abraham, is nearing the end of a long career during which he was a three-time
Gabriel "Gabe" Rosado could well finish this refrain from the late singer Barry White by saying “Cause quitin' just ain't my stick.”