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Looking Back at the Two Leonard vs. Hearns Fights!

By Ken Hissner: Two of the most well-known welterweight champions in the history of boxing were hard-hitting Thomas “Hit Man” Hearns out of Detroit, Michigan, … read full story ←

Righteous Rounds: Sugar Ray Leonard vs Marvellous Marvin Hagler

By Kieran O’Sullivan: Brothers and sisters, today we are going to get righteous. Together we are going to look at one of the great righteous … read full story ←

“Sugar” Ray Leonard vs. Pernell “Sweet Pea” Whitaker!

By Ken Hissner: First, we have in this corner the 1975 Pan Am Gold and 1976 Olympic Gold Medalist, WBC and WBA Welterweight, WBA Light … read full story ←

Sugar Ray Leonard teaching Ryan Garcia slap hook

By Brian Webber: Boxing great Sugar Ray Leonard took some time to give pointers to the young lightweight star Ryan Garcia this week, showing him … read full story ←

Comparing “Sugar” Ray Leonard & Floyd “Money” Mayweather, Jr.!

By Ken Hissner: Both “Sugar” Ray Leonard and Floyd “Money” Mayweather, Jr. brought a lot of interest to boxing. I once did an article, “When … read full story ←

Boxing’s Dazzling Dozen of the Best P4P of All-Time!

By Ken Hissner: When the Historians name their best pound for pound, it usually comes down to one of two. Two-division world champion “Sugar” Ray read full story ←

When I Met Some of the Greatest USA Olympic Team!

By Ken Hissner: The 1976 USA Olympic boxing team was the greatest this 78-year-old writer has ever seen. They went to Montreal, Canada, and conquered. … read full story ←

Who Do You Pick “Sugar” Ray Leonard or Floyd “Money” Mayweather?

By Ken Hissner: Who would you pick between two of the all-time greats? Would it be the 5-time Division World champion, Olympic Gold Medalist, and … read full story ←

Remembering the Famous 1976 USA Olympic Boxing Team!

By Ken Hissner: This article will contain each of the members of the 1976 USA Olympic Boxing team as amateurs and their accomplishments as professionals. … read full story ←

Who Held the Most Multiple Titles in the History of Boxing?

By Ken Hissner: Two boxers who held titles in the most divisions for one was Oscar “Golden Boy” De La Hoya, 39-6 (30), of … read full story ←

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