Archie Moore

By Jim Amato / Senior Boxing Writer / World Renowned Boxing Historian and Sports Collector / Contributor to since 2008

He was possibly the greatest light heavyweight of all time, The wily “Old Mongoose” Archie Moore 쏘우 3 다운로드. The man who scored 140 knockouts in a career that spanned from 1936 to 1963 never lost his crown in the ring.

Although he unsuccessfully challenged twice for the heavyweight title, he did campaign successfully among the “Big Boys” throughout his tenure as a professional boxer 캠핑클럽 5회 다운로드. His record reads like a “Who’s Who” of boxing history.

In 228 recorded bouts, Archie was only stopped seven times, a testimony to his courage and uncanny defensive ability 다운로드. Born on December 13, 1913 (or 1916 according to Archie), Moore boxed for years without due recognition. He fought all over the country. He even traveled to Australia and Argentina in search of fame and fortune Maxim download.

After six years on the circuit, Archie began to make his move toward the big time. In 1942, he knocked out Shorty Hogue in two rounds. Hogue had decisioned  Archie no less than three times earlier in his career 다운로드. He also beat rugged Jack Chase and drew with Ed Booker.

In 1943, he won two out of three against Chase, and in 1944, Moore lost by a knockout to Booker and also dropped a decision to the great Charley Burley.

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Crawford Wins Over Brook By Destruction

By David Martinez /

Terence Crawford (37-0 / 28 by KO) scored a brilliant fourth round stoppage over former champion Kell Brook (39-3 / 27 by KO) to retain his WBO welterweight title, at the MGM Grand “The Bubble” in Las Vegas 다운로드.

After coming out in the first round in a orthodox stance, which was surprising to me, and losing two of the first three rounds on my scorecard, the beginning of the end came in round four 다운로드.

In his traditional  southpaw stance, he unleashed tremendous arsenal of punches that put Brook reeling threw the ring ropes, that constituted a standing eight count realplayer.

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Current Champions


Every 3 months on a quarterly basis, in February, May, August, and November offers this feature – Current Boxing Champions 구글 행 아웃. Each are shown in their respective weight division, world title belt organization, listing their native country, and professional ring record in the following format: win-loss-draw-no contest (knockout wins) and the date of winning their title 다운로드.

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John L. Sullivan

By David Martinez / Boxing Historian /

Many people have asked me about former heavyweight champion John L 듀드 시뮬레이터 다운로드. Sullivan. They say that there’s no footage of him and wonder how we can rate his greatness. Of course the footage isn’t there, and this is why we have historians, books, records and, most importantly, have had people who lived in his era with their assessments 다운로드.

I have not personally spoken to anyone from his era which is the late nineteenth century, but the oldest person I have ever had contact with who actually comes close would be boxing historian Al Nelson 아기 상어 다운로드. He goes back to Bob Fitzsimmons, who beat James J. Corbett to win the heavyweight title, and Corbett was the one who beat Sullivan for that title 다운로드.

When I was in high school back in the sixties, I wrote a book report on Sullivan and wish I could find that article piece. Who knows where it is today after all these years 투투 벨 다운로드?

In that article I will never forget my opening sentence:  “John L. Sullivan is the first American boxing icon, and he was born in Roxbury, Massachusetts, on October 15, 1858.”

Sullivan’s fame in the boxing ring is remembered by many in boxing circles, even today a hundred and thirty years later.

Known as the “Boston Strong Boy”, Sullivan was as strong as they come, at 5’10” and weighing 190 pounds. In high school he excelled in baseball, boxing, and wrestling.

Because his mother wanted him to be a priest, he briefly attended Boston College. But from an early age, Sullivan showed a great proficiency with his fists.

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The Greatest Light Heavyweights of All Time


By David Martinez / Boxing Historian /

Over many years I have rated fighters using many different criteria 나팔바지. Boxers from a specific country, and boxers in different weight divisions, have been the main categories for my rankings.

The light heavyweight division was founded in 1903 when Jack Root’s manager, Lou Housman, conceived the idea that a weight class should be established between middleweight and heavyweight 다운로드. On April 22, 1903, Root defeated Kid McCoy to win that new title.

From its first champion, Jack Root, to the present day champions that include – Dmitry Bivol (WBA), Artur Beterbiev (WBC/IBF), and Jean Pascal (WBA Regular), with the WBO currently vacant – this division has certainly been an array of great champions during the past 117 years 다운로드.

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Lopez by Unanimous Decision over Lomachenko

By Tom Donelson / Author, Member Boxing Writers Association of America, and well respected contributor to since 2008

There was the fight in the ring and then there was the fight on the scorecards 다운로드. When Teofimo Lopez Jr. and Vasiliy Lomachenko faced each other to decide the official undisputed lightweight championship of the world, the fight in the ring was close and, in the view of many, decided in the final round 다운로드. I had Lopez up by a 115-113 score, but it could have been 114-114 or 115-113 in favor of Lomachenko. Yes, it was close, and certainly closer than the scorecards indicated acdsee pro 8 다운로드.

When Lopez and Lomachenko faced off in this unification bout, the opening rounds saw Lopez control the fight with his jabs followed by body shots.  The first half of the fight was a tactical fight with Lopez dominating the action 다운로드.

The biggest shock was that Lopez not only kept his composure, but that he also managed to out-box the master boxer, Lomachenko.  He used his jab to keep Lomachenko off balance and used uppercuts and straight rights to the body.  After the sixth round, ESPN had the fight 59-55 and I had it 60-54 in favor of Lopez.  It was hardly a great fight but a tactical fight which Lopez was winning webm 파일.

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