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LIFE AFTER A LOSS: LESSONS FROM HISTORY

Following on from our piece a few weeks ago asking whether boxing’s reliance on the 0 has got to go, Matt Lewis looks at famous examples of boxing career successes following that first defeat Being undefeated has never carried more weight. The projected millions slashed from the value of Anthony …

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The Hard-Hitting Enigma: Naseem Hamed’s Short and Memorable Career

by Jonathan Hucker Madison Square Garden, New York, arguably the world’s most iconic boxing venue, is packed full of expectant fans. Some have travelled across the Atlantic to be here for this moment. Others have made the trip from around New York City. All of them are in full voice …

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Swinging For The Fences

Sometimes, a boxer’s best chance at winning a fight isn’t by boxing. When faced with an opponent who is clearly superior in the martial art itself, who will effortlessly slip every jab, every hook, every uppercut and then return the same shots with stinging accuracy; when an opponent is younger, …

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