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Boxing and poker – maybe a start on something new?

Even though both sports are known for intense action and rough characters, boxing and poker aren’t usually combined. This didn’t stop Gus Hansen (known as one of the biggest full tilt poker names)and Danish poker pro Theo Jorgensen from duking it out. Both know as skilled poker players in both the online poker and live tournament circuit, did quite well as shown in the video.


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Jacobs and Quillin fight for Brooklyn bragging rights

By John J. Raspanti: Brooklynite and WBA ‘regular’ (what is that?) titleholder Daniel Jacobs put his title on the line this Saturday night against fellow Bronx boxer and former champion Peter Quillin at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. Jacobs (30-1, 27 KOs) has won his last 10 fights in a row by knockout. He’s also something of a miracle man, having beaten life-threatening osteosarcoma in 2011. Last year he captured the middleweight championship by knocking out Jarrod Fletcher... Jacobs and Quillin fight for Brooklyn bragging rights

"A Born Teacher Returns"

By Allan Scotto (Photo © German Villasenor): On November 7th, 2015, Timothy “Desert Storm” Bradley did something that he hasn’t done since November 12th, 2011. He knocked someone out. But, not just anyone, he knocked out Brandon Rios, a rough and tumble fighter who had never been knocked out before! The loss was so devastating for Rios; he emotionally announced his retirement before he even left the ring. That is a very different story than what happened when Bradley... "A Born Teacher Returns"

Fury upsets Klitschko in epic snooze fest

By John J. Raspanti: Heavy underdog Tyson Fury (25-0, 18 KOs) captured the IBF, WBA, WBO, and Ring magazine titles by capturing a stunning unanimous decision over listless former champion Wladimir Klitschko (64-4, 53 KOs) at the Espirit Arena in Dusseldorf, Germany Saturday night. Scores were 115-112 (twice) and 116-111. Maxboxing and Doghouseboxing tabbed Fury the winner by a 117-110 tally.... Fury upsets Klitschko in epic snooze fest

Underdog "Creed" scores a KO

By John J. Raspanti: When it was announced a few years ago that another "Rocky" film would be going into production, the groans from movie-goers could be heard from coast to coast. The cynicism was understandable. The "Rocky" franchise had officially ended on a positive note in 2006 with "Rocky Balboa"--a film that surprised critics by returning to its roots on the gritty streets of Philadelphia. Creator and star Sylvester Stallone gave the iconic character a great sendoff... Underdog "Creed" scores a KO

The Barbershop – November 26th, 2015

By Allan Scotto: Welcome to this week’s edition of “The Barbershop,” a column designed to give you a forum to speak your mind about our question(s) of the week or any boxing-related issue you would like to comment on. We welcome and appreciate your participation, so take a minute; scroll down and leave your comment below. Now on to today’s question(s): Last Saturday, Saul “Canelo” Alvarez defeated Miguel Cotto, and claimed the WBC World Middleweight title. It looked pretty clear... The Barbershop – November 26th, 2015

Ask Gerry Cooney – November 25th, 2015

Compiled by Allan Scotto: Hey, fans! Welcome to “Ask Gerry Cooney,” where you get to ask former heavyweight contender “Gentleman” Gerry Cooney any boxing-related question you’d like. Your questions for Gerry’s review will be featured at Maxboxing.com every week. Each week, Gerry will answer as many of your questions as he can on the Sirius XM radio show “Friday Night at The Fights,” which Gerry co-hosts with Randy “The Commish” Gordon, former Chairman of the... Ask Gerry Cooney – November 25th, 2015
Floyd Jr responds to Canelo - New Interview

Floyd Jr responds to Canelo - New Interview

In this fresh new exclusive audio interview from FightHype.com, retired boxing champ Floyd Mayweather Jr. answers Saul ’Canelo’ Alvarez’ request for a rematch... Floyd Jr responds to Canelo - New Interview

“Hollywood” Jimenez rebound shows his character

By John J. Raspanti: When Mike Jimenez was stopped by Jesse Hart on the undercard of the Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao bout in Las Vegas, NV last May, he could have done what a lot of fighters do, disappear. Losing was something Jimenez had never experienced. At the time, his fight with Hart was the most important of his career. The loss was painful. “It (losing) definitely hurt my pride a little bit, but that was it,” Jimenez told this writer via email. “It was a learning experience for “Hollywood” Jimenez rebound shows his character

Size matters: Canelo wins hard-fought 12 round decision over Cotto

By John J. Raspanti (Photo © German Villasenor, MaxBoxing): Saul "Canelo" Alvarez (46-1-1, 32 KOs) captured the vacant WBC middleweight title by winning a unanimous 12 round decision over former champion Miguel Cotto (40-5, 33 KOs) at the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, NV. Saturday night. Alvarez is the first fighter from Mexico to win a middleweight belt. Scores were 117-111, 119-109 and 118-110 for Alvarez. Maxboxing and Doghouseboxing had Alvarez winning by a... Size matters: Canelo wins hard-fought 12 round decision over Cotto

Cotto vs. Canelo: The next chapter of an historic rivalry

By Nicholas Phillipowsy: In just a few days, we will perhaps be witnessing the biggest fight that can be made in a post Mayweather/Pacquiao era of boxing. Aside from the record breaking Mayweather/Pacquiao super fight, this bout will prove to be second to none. Even though it will be remembered in history as the second biggest fight of 2015, many would argue it as the most significant fight that can be made to determine the future landscape of boxing. On Saturday, November 21, 2015... Cotto vs. Canelo: The next chapter of an historic rivalry

The Barbershop – November 19th, 2015

By Allan Scotto: Welcome to this week’s edition of “The Barbershop,” a column designed to give you a forum to speak your mind about our question(s) of the week or any boxing-related issue you would like to comment on. We welcome and appreciate your participation, so take a minute; scroll down and leave your comment below. Now on to today’s question(s): This Saturday, Saul “Canelo” Alvarez will face Miguel Cotto for the WBC World Middleweight title. Some are favoring Alvarez based... The Barbershop – November 19th, 2015

Could legs be the difference for Alvarez and Cotto on November 21?

By John J. Raspanti: There’s an old way of thinking that women weaken legs. No less an authority than Mickey Goldmill, the grouchy trainer of Rocky Balboa, espoused this thinking 38 years ago in the classic film Rocky. Surprisingly, Goldmill is not alone. Freddie Roach, whose fighter, Miguel Cotto, meets former champion Canelo Alvarez on November 21 at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, NV., basically agrees women can be a distraction... Could legs be the difference for Alvarez and Cotto on November 21?

Ask Gerry Cooney – November 16th, 2015

Compiled by Allan Scotto: Hey, fans! Welcome to “Ask Gerry Cooney,” where you get to ask former heavyweight contender “Gentleman” Gerry Cooney any boxing-related question you’d like. Your questions for Gerry’s review will be featured at Maxboxing.com every week. Each week, Gerry will answer as many of your questions as he can on the Sirius XM radio show “Friday Night at The Fights,” which Gerry co-hosts with Randy “The Commish” Gordon, former Chairman of the New York State... Ask Gerry Cooney – November 16th, 2015

The nine lives of Arthur Abraham

By John J. Raspanti: In a span of 14 months, Arthur Abraham lost three out of four fights. What made the losses so troubling was the fact that Abraham was barely competitive in the matches. Five years ago at the Joe Louis Arena in Detroit Michigan, Andre Dirrell was leading comfortably against Abraham when he slipped to the canvas in round 11. In a desperate move, Abraham felled Dirrell with an illegal blow--drawing an immediate disqualification. Eleven months after his defeat, Carl Froch... The nine lives of Arthur Abraham

The Barbershop – November 11th, 2015

By Allan Scotto: Welcome to this week’s edition of “The Barbershop,” a column designed to give you a forum to speak your mind about our question(s) of the week or any boxing-related issue you would like to comment on. We welcome and appreciate your participation, so take a minute; scroll down and leave your comment below. Now on to today’s question(s): Last Saturday, Timothy Bradley, Jr. knocked out Brandon Rios in the 9th round after dominating him the whole fight. Rios had never been... The Barbershop – November 11th, 2015
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Oscar De La Hoya Interview - VIDEO

Oscar De La Hoya Interview - VIDEO

His take on Timothy Bradley’s explosive KO victory over Brandin Rios, boxing promoter and retired champ, Oscar De La Hoya states... Oscar De La Hoya Interview - VIDEO

“ASK THE DOC” - November 10th, 2015

Compiled By: Allan Scotto: Welcome to “Ask The Doc,” a new column that will feature comments from Dr. Bennett Brown, a ringside physician for the New York State Athletic Commission. Dr. Brown will comment on medical issues that affect the sport of boxing on “At The Fights,” hosted by Randy Gordon and Gerry Cooney on Friday nights between 6 – 8pm on Sirius/XM Rush 93. His insight will then run on MaxBoxing.com. This past Friday, Dr. Brown commented on... “ASK THE DOC” - November 10th, 2015

Bradley dominates from the opening bell, stops Rios in nine

By John J. Raspanti (Photo © German Villasenor, MaxBoxing.com): Would he box or slug? That was one of the questions going into tonight’s battle between WBO welterweight champion Timothy Bradley and former world champion Brandon Rios. Bradley (33-1-1, 13 KOs) did a little bit of both--eventually stopping Rios (33-3-1, 23 KOs) in round nine at the Thomas @ Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. Bradley, 32, started quickly in the opening stanza. He moved side to side and fired... Bradley dominates from the opening bell, stops Rios in nine

Ask Gerry Cooney – November 7th, 2015

Compiled by Allan Scotto: Hey, fans! Welcome to “Ask Gerry Cooney,” where you get to ask former heavyweight contender “Gentleman” Gerry Cooney any boxing-related question you’d like. Your questions for Gerry’s review will be featured at Maxboxing.com every week. Each week, Gerry will answer as many of your questions as he can on the Sirius XM radio show “Friday Night at The Fights,” which Gerry co-hosts with Randy “The Commish” Gordon, former Chairman of the New York State... Ask Gerry Cooney – November 7th, 2015

The Barbershop – November 6th, 2015

By Allan Scotto: Welcome to this week’s edition of “The Barbershop,” a column designed to give you a forum to speak your mind about our question(s) of the week or any boxing-related issue you would like to comment on. We welcome and appreciate your participation, so take a minute; scroll down and leave your comment below. Now on to today’s question(s): Well, this Saturday Timothy Bradley, Jr. and Brandon Rios will meet in the ring for the WBO version of the welterweight crown... The Barbershop – November 6th, 2015

"Artist" Lomachenko back in the ring November 7

By John J. Raspanti (Photo © Chris Farina, Top Rank): It took Vasyl Lomachenko all of three professional fights to win a world championship. Anybody who witnessed his amateur prowess wasn’t surprised. He compiled a mind-boggling record of 396-1—a defeat he later avenged. He also picked up two Olympic gold medals. Photo by © Chris Farina, Top Rank. Lomachenko is a whirling dervish in the ring. His hand and foot speed can be overwhelming to most of his opponents. When he fought then-undefeated... "Artist" Lomachenko back in the ring November 7

Ask Gerry Cooney – November 3rd, 2015

Compiled by Allan Scotto: Hey, fans! Welcome to “Ask Gerry Cooney,” where you get to ask former heavyweight contender “Gentleman” Gerry Cooney any boxing-related question you’d like. Your questions for Gerry’s review will be featured at Maxboxing.com every week. Each week, Gerry will answer as many of your questions as he can on the Sirius XM radio show “Friday Night at The Fights,” which Gerry co-hosts with Randy “The Commish” Gordon, former Chairman of the New York State Athletic... Ask Gerry Cooney – November 3rd, 2015

What’s Next For Gennady Golovkin?

By Nicholas Phillipowsky: On Saturday, October 17, 2015, in front of a sold out crowd at Madison Square Garden, Gennady Golovkin (34-0-31) thoroughly dominated David Lemieux (34-3-31). The fight was expected to be Golovkin’s toughest fight to date, however David Lemieux proved to be little threat to derailing Golovkin’s run of twenty consecutive knockouts. Lemieux, a big puncher himself, met the same fate as Golovkin’s last twenty opponents, as he was stopped in the... What’s Next For Gennady Golovkin?

Ward to fight Brand on November 21

By John J. Raspanti: Super middleweight champion Andre Ward (28-0, 15 KOs) will make his debut in the light heavyweight division when he faces Alexander Brand (24-1, 19 KOs) November 21 on the undercard of the pay-per-view showdown between Miguel Cotto and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez at the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, according to ESPN. Ward, 31, was last seen in the ring this past June, dispatching over-matched Englishmen Paul Smith in nine one-sided rounds. The fight was Ward’ Ward to fight Brand on November 21

The Barbershop – October 29th, 2015

By Allan Scotto: Welcome to this week’s edition of “The Barbershop,” a column designed to give you a forum to speak your mind about our question(s) of the week or any boxing-related issue you would like to comment on. We welcome and appreciate your participation, so take a minute; scroll down and leave your comment below. Now on to today’s question(s): Well, the countdown is on for the fight between Timothy Bradley, Jr. and Brandon Rios on November 7th. It’s a classic match-up between... The Barbershop – October 29th, 2015

Ask Gerry Cooney – October 27, 2015

Compiled by Allan Scotto: Hey, fans! Welcome to “Ask Gerry Cooney,” where you get to ask former heavyweight contender “Gentleman” Gerry Cooney any boxing-related question you’d like. Your questions for Gerry’s review will be featured at Maxboxing.com every week. Each week, Gerry will answer as many of your questions as he can on the Sirius XM radio show “Friday Night at The Fights,” which Gerry co-hosts with Randy “The Commish” Gordon, former Chairman of the New York State Athletic Commission... Ask Gerry Cooney – October 27, 2015

“ASK THE DOC” - October 26, 2015

Compiled By: Allan Scotto: Welcome to “Ask The Doc,” a new column that will feature comments from Dr. Bennett Brown, a ringside physician for the New York State Athletic Commission. Dr. Brown will comment on medical issues that affect the sport of boxing on “At The Fights,” hosted by Randy Gordon and Gerry Cooney on Friday nights between 6 – 8pm on Sirius/XM Rush 93. His insight will then run on MaxBoxing.com. This past Friday, Dr. Brown commented on the current situation with Pritchard Colon. “ASK THE DOC” - October 26, 2015

Book review: Mexican American Boxing in Los Angeles by Gene Aquilera

By John J. Raspanti: A few months ago, I found myself wandering the hallways of what was once the Olympic Auditorium in Los Angeles, Calif. It’s a church now, and when it gets real quiet, you’ll swear you can hear legendary ring announcer Jimmy Lennon saying, “Introducing on my right, the pride of San Pedro, wearing red velvet trunks with the gold stripe, the youngest man to win the lightweight title, the former light champion of the world, Mando Ramos!” That memory popped into... Book review: Mexican American Boxing in Los Angeles by Gene Aquilera

The Barbershop – October 23, 2015

By Allan Scotto: Welcome to this week’s edition of “The Barbershop,” a column designed to give you a forum to speak your mind about our question(s) of the week or any boxing-related issue you would like to comment on. We welcome and appreciate your participation, so take a minute; scroll down and leave your comment below. Now on to today’s question(s): After Gennady Golovkin disposed of David Lemieux rather easily last Saturday, Teddy Atlas stated that he’s tired of watching GGG fight opponents The Barbershop – October 23, 2015

Ask Gerry Cooney – October 21, 2015

Compiled by Allan Scotto: Hey, fans! Welcome to “Ask Gerry Cooney,” where you get to ask former heavyweight contender “Gentleman” Gerry Cooney any boxing-related question you’d like. Your questions for Gerry’s review will be featured at Maxboxing.com every week. Each week, Gerry will answer as many of your questions as he can on the Sirius XM radio show “Friday Night at The Fights,” which Gerry co-hosts with Randy “The Commish” Gordon, former Chairman of the New York State Athletic Commission... Ask Gerry Cooney – October 21, 2015

Back in the ring on October 24, Avila could be fighting for a world title in 2016

By John J. Raspanti: Once a prospect, but now a full-fledged contender, Manuel “Tino” Avila of Vacaville, CA. will be seeking consecutive victory number 19 when he steps into the ring Oct. 24 at The Cache Creek Casino near Sacramento, CA. Three months ago, Avila, 23, captured the NABF super bantamweight title by stopping former world title challenger Yoandris Salinas at the Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio, CA. Normally a slow starter, Avila got off to a rip-roaring start in the opening Back in the ring on October 24, Avila could be fighting for a world title in 2016

Golovkin punishes Lemieux for eight rounds

By John J. Raspanti: WBA and IBO middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin added the IBF title to his resume by stopping game David Lemieux in round eight at a sold-out Madison Square Garden in New York City Saturday night. The knockout victory was the 21st in a row for the 33-year-old Golovkin. Golovkin (34-0, 31 KOs) showed patience in the opening stanza. He worked behind a stinging jab and added an occasional right hand. Conventional wisdom indicated that Lemieux’s only chance... Golovkin punishes Lemieux for eight rounds

The Barbershop – October 16th, 2015

By Allan Scotto: Welcome to this week’s edition of “The Barbershop,” a column designed to give you a forum to speak your mind about our question(s) of the week or any boxing-related issue you would like to comment on. We welcome and appreciate your participation, so take a minute; scroll down and leave your comment below. Now on to today’s question(s): It’s on! This Saturday, Gennady Golovkin will face David Lemieux. Many people feel that Lemieux does not stand much of a chance... The Barbershop – October 16th, 2015

Stan “The Man” Martyniouk Wants To Prove His Worth

By John J. Raspanti: Stan Martyniouk believes he’s a pretty good fighter. Martyniouk won 85 matches as an amateur, eventually winning a bronze medal at the National Golden Gloves in 2007. Martyniouk turned professional soon after, winning his first 10 fights until being upset by Khadpehi Proctor at Oracle Arena in Oakland, CA. in 2010. Since his loss, Martyniouk, 30, has engaged in only four bouts, winning three of them. Martyniouk knows that level of inactivity won’t cut it... Stan “The Man” Martyniouk Wants To Prove His Worth

As always, Don “Da Bomb” George lays it on the line

By John J. Raspanti: After an absence of 14 months, Don “Da Bomb” George returns to the squared circle on October 16 to face undefeated light heavyweight Sean Monghan. George, we’ll readily admit, he’s not the best boxer in the world, but he’ll say that nobody has a bigger heart. George is a warrior. He’ll take three punches to land one. He only knows one way to fight, and that’s aggressively. His right hand can explode off in an opponent’s chin—hence the nickname “Da Bomb.”... As always, Don “Da Bomb” George lays it on the line

Ask Gerry Cooney – October 11th, 2015

Compiled by Allan Scotto: Hey, fans! Welcome to “Ask Gerry Cooney,” where you get to ask former heavyweight contender “Gentleman” Gerry Cooney any boxing-related question you’d like. Your questions for Gerry’s review will be featured at Maxboxing.com every week. Each week, Gerry will answer as many of your questions as he can on the Sirius XM radio show “Friday Night at The Fights,” which Gerry co-hosts with Randy “The Commish” Gordon, former Chairman of the New York State Athletic Commission... Ask Gerry Cooney – October 11th, 2015

A second look: Muhammad Ali, Joe Frazier and the brutality of “The Thrilla in Manila”

By John J. Raspanti: The third fight between Muhammad Ali and “Smokin” Joe Frazier, which took place a little over 40 years ago at the Araneta Coliseum in the Manila, Philippines wasn’t expected to be what it ultimately was—a battle of incredible will, skill, and determination. Their fight match on March 8, 1971 at the legendary Madison Square Garden in New York City, was aptly called “The Fight of the Century.” It lived up to its billing. Both men were undefeated. Frazier was recognized... A second look: Muhammad Ali, Joe Frazier and the brutality of “The Thrilla in Manila”

The Barbershop – October 7th, 2015

By Allan Scotto (Photo © German Villasenor, MaxBoxing): Welcome to this week’s edition of “The Barbershop,” a column designed to give you a forum to speak your mind about our question(s) of the week or any boxing-related issue you would like to comment on. We welcome and appreciate your participation, so take a minute; scroll down and leave your comment below. Now on to today’s question(s): Last Saturday, Viktor Postol KO’d the favored Lucas Matthysee... The Barbershop – October 7th, 2015

Postol wins WBC crown by stopping Matthysee

By John J. Raspanti (Photo © German Villasenor, MaxBoxing): Viktor Postol (28-0, 12 KOs) withstood some powerful hooks from Lucas Matthysee (37-4, 35 KOs) to stop the favored Argentian in round 10 at the StubHub Center in Carson, CA. Saturday night. Postol used his advantages in height and reach to stick Matthysee with numerous jabs in rounds one and two. Matthysee landed a left hook that knocked Postol back a few steps. A hard right hand also slammed into Postol’s side... Postol wins WBC crown by stopping Matthysee

Was Ali the Most Recognizable Person Ever?

By Ken Hissner: In a world with satellite TV and the internet the world in general has gotten to see many celebrities of every walk of life. Two that come to mind are Elvis Presley and Muhammad Ali. They happened to become friends later in the life of Presley. Two years before Presley passed away he went to Ali’s Deer Lake, PA, training camp. Ali made a statement pertaining to Presley: “Elvis had a robe made for me. I don’t admire nobody but Elvis Presley was the sweetest, most humble and Was Ali the Most Recognizable Person Ever?
Mayweather Boxing Club disses Bruce Jenner

Mayweather Boxing Club disses Bruce Jenner

Oscar on Pacquiao vs. Matthysse

Oscar on Pacquiao vs. Matthysse

What would make for a fight of the year candidate? According to boxing promoter Oscar De La Hoya, he believes Lucas Matthysse’s style coupled with Manny Pacquiao’s... Oscar on Pacquiao vs. Matthysse
Gamboa to 50 Cent - YOU FAILED ME

Gamboa to 50 Cent - YOU FAILED ME

Another huge blow to 50 Cent’s boxing promotion company -- because the organization’s biggest boxing star, Yuriorkis Gamboa, officially wants out ... TMZ Sports has learned... Gamboa to 50 Cent - YOU FAILED ME

Ask Gerry Cooney – October 1st, 2015

Compiled by Allan Scotto: Hey, fans! Welcome to “Ask Gerry Cooney,” where you get to ask former heavyweight contender “Gentleman” Gerry Cooney any boxing-related question you’d like. Your questions for Gerry’s review will be featured at Maxboxing.com every week. Each week, Gerry will answer as many of your questions as he can on the Sirius XM radio show “Friday Night at The Fights,” which Gerry co-hosts with Randy “The Commish” Gordon... Ask Gerry Cooney – October 1st, 2015
Sergio Martinez on Cotto-Canelo, GGG-Lemieux

Sergio Martinez on Cotto-Canelo, GGG-Lemieux

"No, no, I don’t miss it. I don’t miss boxing. I don’t miss going to the ring," says former world champion Sergio Martinez who is enjoying his retirement from professional boxing... Sergio Martinez on Cotto-Canelo, GGG-Lemieux
Jose Uzcategui Visual Update

Jose Uzcategui Visual Update

It’s super middleweight prospect Jose Uzcategui (23-1, 19 KO’s) inside the Mayweather Boxing Club ahead of his Oct. 6 showdown in San Antonio, Texas vs. Julius Jackson... Jose Uzcategui Visual Update
NBA's Harvey Grant on Floyd, Pacquiao

NBA's Harvey Grant on Floyd, Pacquiao

VIDEO: Harvey Grant confesses to being a boxing fan his whole life, growing up and enjoying fighters such as George Foreman and Muhammad Ali... NBA's Harvey Grant on Floyd, Pacquiao

The Barbershop – September 30th, 2015

By Allan Scotto (Photo © German Villasenor, MaxBoxing): Welcome to this week’s edition of “The Barbershop,” a column designed to give you a forum to speak your mind about our question(s) of the week or any boxing-related issue you would like to comment on. We welcome and appreciate your participation, so take a minute; scroll down and leave your comment below. Now on to today’s question(s): Last Saturday, Deontay Wilder retained his WBC version of the... The Barbershop – September 30th, 2015

Ezzard Charles: A boxing life by William Dettloff

By John J. Raspanti: It’s sad to realize that one of the best fighters of the past century, Ezzard Charles, is mostly forgotten. Hollywood made movies about two of his opponents, one of whom he defeated. But Charles has never been the subject of a biography. Until now. Author William Dettloff’s impressively researched Ezzard Charles: A Boxing Life is a hard-hitting, occasionally elegant, biography of one of the most misunderstood pugilists in boxing history. His book is easily the best boxing Ezzard Charles: A boxing life by William Dettloff
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