Peter Kane


By David Martinez / Boxing Historian /

One of England’s greatest flyweight boxers was certainly Peter Kane 태교 음악 mp3 다운로드.  He was born in Heywood, Lancashire on February 28, 1918, but actually grew up living in Golborne, Lancashire.

Kane began his professional boxing career in December 1934 at the age of sixteen, winning by fifth round knockout over Joe Jacobs, in Liverpool, England 다운로드.

He went on a winning spree of forty-one consecutive bouts, thirty-four by knockout, which propelled him to a world flyweight title fight with Benny Lynch on October 13, 1937, at Shawfield Park in Glasgow, Scotland.  More than 40,000 fans attended as Lynch retained the title by a thirteenth round knockout 리턴1979.

Kane would fight Lynch in a fifteen round title bantamweight rematch bout on March 24, 1938, with the result being a draw.

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Pages From The Scrapbook #17

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This edition of “Pages From The Scrapbook” features my pre-fight article piece – dated June 11, 1981 – on two world championship fights … Larry Holmes vs 영화 3 다운로드. Leon Spinks for the WBC Heavyweight title, and Marvin Hagler vs. Vito Antuofermo for the WBA/WBC Middleweight title.

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Jose Luis Garcia

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There may have never been a more talent rich period in the heavyweight division then from 1968 to 1978. With Muhammad Ali (a.k.a. Cassius Clay) on the sidelines due to his draft case other big men emerged 다운로드. They would compete with each other on an almost equal basis for the next decade. Joe Frazier had risen to the top of the heap but the level below him would remain as mainstays in the ratings for years to come 행복한 나를 다운로드.

Jimmy Ellis, Jerry Quarry, Oscar Bonevena, Floyd Patterson, George Chuvalo and Henry Cooper would eventually give way to Ron Lyle, Joe Bugner, Ken Norton, Earnie Shavers and Jimmy Young 하이 네임 다운로드. All time great champions like George Foreman and Larry Holmes also made their mark and Ali re-emerged to reclaim his throne.

Lost among the giants of that time period was a fine heavyweight from Venezuela named Jose Luis Garcia visa32.dll.

Although Jose never challenged for the world championship he did meet three who did. He also met three world champions in a career that never seemed to reach its full potential.

Jose turned pro in his native country in 1968. He would go undefeated in his first nine bouts before losing a decision to future light heavyweight champion Vincente Rondon. Three fights later Jose was halted by tough Allen Thomas in his first U.S. appearance. The lean Garcia was beginning to grow into a full fledged heavyweight.

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Pete “Kid” Herman

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Pete Herman was born in New Orleans on February 12, 1896 다운로드. He was one of the greatest bantamweights in boxing.

As a 12 year old kid Herman dreamed about becoming  a prize fighter while working as a shoeshine boy 다운로드. He would be fascinated by obtaining the boxing news in weekly national newspaper publication The Police Gazette.  So fascinated he would shadow box in front of a local barber shop using the mirrors to perfect his performances each day 파이널 판타지 13 다운로드.

Herman would begin to seriously train on his lunch time with an older friend who was making money posing as a preliminary fighter. In a matter of time in sparring sessions Herman became better, easily beating his heavier friend and he would catch the eyes of some local promoters who included him in their shows 다운로드.

Herman would win his bouts which would propel him to stiffer competition, and in 1913 at the age of seventeen, he fought the likes of Eddie Cotton, Jimmy Walsh, Johnny Fisse, Nat Jackson, Eddie Coulon who were all promising in their own right 다운로드.

Herman continued to win which advanced him to fight the likes of Eddie Campi, Kid Williams, Young Zulu Kid, and Jimmy Pappas, who were all experienced fighters and much better competition.

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Local Boxing Gym Reopens


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After a three month closure due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus Pandemic, owner Henry Calles has now officially reopened Duke’s Boxing and Fitness, 6655 Trigo Road, Isla Vista, California 93117 다운로드.

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FROM THE DESK OF: David Martinez

(Summer 2020 Edition)

This is “Happy Anniversary” month, as it has now been 13 years since the birth of my website that first hit the internet world in 2007 다운로드.

Though the years it has simply been my pleasure to bring you the best in boxing as I know it. My highest priority has always been honesty and creditably 다운로드. My opinions are strictly my own, with never the intent to change minds of others, with the utmost respect to other opinions and input. Since its beginning I have posted 1,719 publications for viewing 다운로드.

I have been blessed with a group of people that have helped me to heights beyond my belief. I honorably would like to acknowledge them: Bob Quackenbush (Lead Assistant / Proof Reader / Photo Editing); Tom Donelson (Author, Member Boxing Writers Association of America); Jim Amato (Senior Boxing Writer / Boxing Historian); Steve Corbo (Boxing Writer / Proof Reader); Kathy Kraft (Proof Reader) 다운로드.

There are two other people who are not with us (R.I.P.) that have tremendously contributed, and they are: Rusty Rubin (In Rusty’s Corner / Glove2Glove)

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I have always been intrigued with boxing trivia. This began back when I was a kid in 1961. I would pick the minds of the older generation and ask them questions about their era to educate myself 안녕자두야 다운로드. It’s now my pleasure to bring boxing trivia to my website for everyone . On a quarterly basis I post five (5) multiple choice questions – in March, June, September, and December – with the correct answers to follow by the end of each posting month for viewing 다운로드.

1 – What fighter beat both father and son, Phil and Harold Johnson, fourteen years apart, by same 3rd round knockout result 다운로드?

a) Ezzard Charles

b)  Archie Moore

c) Jimmy Bivins

d) Jersey Joe Walcott — CORRECT ANSWER

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a)  Joe Gans

b)  Benny Leonard

c) Jack Britton — CORRECT ANSWER

d) Peter Kane

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Tyrone Everett

By David Martinez / Boxing Historian /

One of the best fighters that I have witnessed in my 59 years of involvement in boxing was junior lightweight Tyrone Everett 쇼미더머니777 4화 다운로드.

Unfortunately, these days his name is obscure and nobody talks much about him, let alone recalling many of his fights 다운로드.

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During the fight, Everett would show Escalera his artistic boxing skills, winning most of the rounds handily. Escalera’s best round was definitely the fifth as his signature right hand punches rocked the southpaw Everett. What was amazing, though, was that Everett stayed on the outside and boxed beautifully, never losing his composure in that round.

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