(Fall 2022 Edition)
Time once again, as I do on a quarterly basis, to say thank you to a team of people that make dmboxing.com the success it has been and continues to be 다운로드. This group certainly provides that extra expertise beyond my expectations; they are: Bob Quackenbush (Lead Assistant / Proof Reader / Photo Editing), Tom Donelson (Member Boxing Writers Association of America), Steve Corbo (Writer / Proof Reader), Kathy Kraft (Proof Reader) 다운로드.
I also recognize, never to be forgotten, three wonderful people that are no longer with us (R.I.P.) who truly enhanced this website with their expertise 다운로드. They are Rusty Rubin, Harold Lederman, and Jim Amato.
A special thanks to my female and male friends that have kindly displayed my website products 스프링 게시판 파일 다운로드. Pictured in this edition is my official website hat. It is blue in color and embroidered with logo on front and dmboxing address on back. It includes an adjustable Velcro strap to fit all sizes 다운로드. To purchase this attractive hat, kindly send $18.95 to: David Martinez Boxing, 810 Coronel Street, Santa Barbara, California 93109; and this price includes FREE shipping to any USA mailing zip code zones.
Last, but not least, are you … my loyal fan support. I know you have many choices in boxing and thank you, everyone, for dmboxing.com making just one of them.
My boxing background goes back to 1961. I have a short capsule BIO that can be viewed on the site menu section. It is my complete honor to serve and give my historical and boxing background to everyone.
My theme has always been honesty and credibility in the producing of this website. I also appreciate the comments and personal mail that I receive, with my respect of all opinions and views.
Here’s sharing five questions of interest that often surface directly to me, and in not any particular order, with my honest sincerest answers:
*** (1) Who is the greatest boxer of all time, pound for pound, and the five others to follow?
ANSWER: Sugar Ray Robinson, followed by Benny Leonard, Henry Armstrong, Willie Pep, Muhammad Ali, and Joe Louis.
*** (2) When did you visit Jack Dempsey’s home museum in Manassa, Colorado?
ANSWER: August 1975
*** (3) Who was the first boxer that you actually witnessed fight LIVE at ringside, and that simply amazed you with his ring generalship skills and overall mechanics?
ANSWER: Harold Johnson, April 20, 1964, Santa Monica Civic Auditorium.
*** (4) What do you consider your greatest resource of education to be a great historian of boxing?
ANSWER: In my younger days talking and interviewing the older generation that lived in era’s before I was born; their history is priceless.
*** (5) In your sixty plus years in boxing, what was the biggest boxing match, event, and build up to a fight?
*** ANSWER: March 8, 1971, two undefeated heavyweight champions, Joe Frazier (26-0 / 23 by KO) vs. Muhammad Ali (31-0 / 25 by KO), Madison Square Garden, New York.
In closing, here is my “Sweet 16” ranking of the top “pound for pound” boxers currently:
1 – Terence Crawford (38-0 / 29 by KO)
2 – Naoya Inoue (23-0 / 20 by KO)
3 – Oleksandr Usyk (20-0 / 13 by KO)
4 – Dmitry Bivol (20-0 / 11 by KO)
5 – Canelo Alvarez (58-2-2 / 39 by KO)
6 – Errol Spence Jr. (28-0 / 22 by KO)
7 – Artur Beterbiev (18-0 / 18 by KO)
8 – Tyson Fury (32-0-1 / 23 by KO)
9 – Juan Francisco Estrada (43-3 / 28 by KO)
10 – Vasyl Lomachenko (16-2 / 11 by KO)
11 – Shakur Stevenson (19-0 / 9 by KO)
12 – Josh Taylor (19-0 / 13 by KO)
13 – Devin Haney (28-0 / 15 by KO)
14 – Gervonta Davis (27-0 / 25 by KO)
15 – Roman Gonzalez (51-3 / 41 by KO)
16 – Jermell Charlo (37-1-1 / 19 by KO)