The Long Goodbye 1983-2001 Part 2
Iran Barkley – WBC Middleweight Championship
After 17 months of lazing around enjoying himself, Duran decided that he was making a come back, which is probably safe assume was for the money. Two twelve thousand capacity crowds turned up at the Gimansio Neuvo in Panama as two…Continue
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The Long Goodbye 1983 – 2001 Part 1
Marvin Hagler – World Middleweight Championship
The mere thought of a showdown between the undisputed middleweight champion and Roberto Duran around 1982 would have sounded absurd however after the complete destruction of Davey Moore the potential for the fight happening was now a…Continue
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Into the Abyss and the Return to Glory – 1982 – 1983
Wilfred Benitez – WBC Light Middleweight Championship
Wilfred Benitez was a defensive master aptly named the Radar. He had an uncanny way of seeing his opponent’s punches before they had actually thrown them. He was perhaps the most defensively gifted fighter every to…Continue
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For decades now the debate regarding who is currently the best fighter or who is the best fighter of all time continues to be one of the most talked about topics amongst fans and journalists.
The mythical pound for pound rankings are subjective and take’s fighters across different weight categories and eras and putting them together regardless of weight class.
At the present…Continue
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