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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.

Crawford continued the assault with a combination of speed, power and accurate power punches, with a right hook that was the clincher 대부 게임 다운로드. Referee Tony Weeks wisely halted the bout, with the time officially at the 1:14 mark in round four.

The future focus now awaits a mega fight in 2021 with either Manny Pacquiao or Errol Spence Jr 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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Eddie Futch – Remembering In Honor and Respect


By David Martinez / Boxing Historian /

October is the anniversary month of the passing of Eddie Futch 다운로드. Eddie was born on August 9, 1911, in Hillsboro, Mississippi, and passed away on October 10, 2001. There have been, past and present, many great trainers in boxing and when I think of my personal best, that has to be Eddie 다운로드. He is just ahead of my next five, and (alphabetically) they are: Cus D’Amato, Jack Blackburn, Charley Goldman, Bill Slayton, and Emanuel Steward – quite a group 다운로드!

Eddie was simply the man that I consider #1, the best boxing trainer during my lifetime of following the sport. He trained or managed twenty-two world champions, which included Don Jordan, Hedgemon Lewis, Bob Foster, Joe Frazier, Virgil Hill, Ken Norton, Alexis Arguello, Michael Spinks, Trevor Berbick, Larry Holmes, Riddick Bowe, Wayne McCullough, Montell Griffin, Marlon Starling, and Mike McCallum, to name a few 다운로드.

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Recent Fight Results / RECAP

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As boxing has taken a turn towards more active fights, since the COVID-19 Pandemic, here’s a capsule look at the selected fight results for the time period – September 18 to October 4, 2020:

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House of Pain Southern California Boxing and Fitness Club


By David Martinez /

I am delighted to share the newest introduction video where veteran boxing coach / personal trainer Dave Trujillo offers his expertise at the House of Pain Boxing gym npm 패키지.

Dave provides a positive and safe environment, and all ages are welcome at the gym which is located at 32832 Wolf Store Road, Temecula, CA 92592 다운로드.

It is my pleasure to recommend and support Dave Trujillo, with his main theme being “We build our youth, never break them”. To view the video, please click on the link below:

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RING TRIVIA for September 2020 – ANSWERS

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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 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 – Who was the Best Man for Emile Griffith at his 1971 wedding 기다리다?

a) Gypsy Joe Harris

b) Bennie Briscoe

c) Joe Frazier —– CORRECT ANSWER ***

d) Dick Tiger

2 – The term “Swing Round” in boxing best describes what 윈도우7 익스플로러7 다운로드?

a) one fighter is dancing

b) both fighters are dancing

c) very close either way to call the winner —– CORRECT ANSWER ***

d) referee in a swift circling movement

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