Monthly Archives: March 2015

Legendary Legacy: Foreman In Perspective: Podium, Pulpit, Pugilst

“Foreman spread Frazier across the ring like he was apple butter.” Article coming soon…

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Legendary Legacy: 30 years on, Mike Tyson In Perspective (Part 3)

About Foreman, it was said that “he thought that the best way to deal with the world was just to become a monster.” (Gary Smith, Sports Illustrated.) Meanwhile, during his Micky Burns interview on Profiles (c 2013), he affirmed “I … Continue reading

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Legendary Legacy: 30 years on, Mike Tyson In Perspective (Part 2)

Holyfield broke into the heavyweight division in 1988, stepping up from being the undisputed cruiserweight champ, to beat James Tillis by a technical knockout in the fourth round. Had Tyson beaten Douglas, the 41-1 underdog, he would have surely gone … Continue reading

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Legendary Legacy: 30 years on, Mike Tyson In Perspective (Part 1)

Mike Tyson only fought bums, it might be said, and yet, even if true, as Cus D Amato and Angelo Dundee seemed to both conclude, you can only fight what is in front of you. (In this article, we not … Continue reading

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