Dawson Headlines at Foxwoods.

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PROVIDENCE, RI (November 22, 2004) – World Boxing Council youth middleweight champion 'Bad' Chad Dawson (15-0, 10 KOs), of New Haven (CT), has a lot to be thankful for this holiday. Dawson will be featured in his first main event December 10 against former World Boxing Association champion Carl 'The …

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Jose Luis Garcia.

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There may have never been a more talent rich period in the heavyweight division then from 1968 to 1978. With Muhammad Ali (a.k.a. Cassius Clay) on the sidelines due to his draft case, other big men emerged. They would compete with each other on an almost equal basis for the …

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2005: The Year For ‘A-Force’?

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Former Olympic super heavyweight champion Audley Harrison fought three times in 2004, defeating two undefeated fighters along the way to claiming himself the WBF heavyweight title. It is almost five years since his Olympic triumph and many of the Olympic class of 2000 have progressed much further than he has. …

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This Month in Boxing History.

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November - Evander Holyfield V Riddick Bowe 1992-1995. The heavyweight division in 1992 was looking to the future after the incarceration of Mike Tyson. The champion was Evander Holyfield and the two brightest young heavyweights coming through the ranks were Olympians Lennox Lewis and Riddick Bowe. Holyfield was being criticized …

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Oscar Dissolves Top Rank Ties.

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In addition to announcing the continuation of his career as a welterweight fighter, Oscar de la Hoya recently declared the dissolution of his contractual agreement with long-time promoter Top Rank. De La Hoya split with Bob Arum's Top Rank a few years ago amid much acrimony and a war of …

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De La Hoya Will Fight On.

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Former six weight world champion and modern day boxing legend Oscar de la Hoya has decided to remain in boxing but at his more natural fighting weight of the 147-pound welterweight division. De La Hoya lost two of his high profile fights at welterweight to Felix Trinidad and then Shane …

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Middleweight movements

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After Ronald 'Winky' Wright's majority decision and second consecutive defeat of 'Sugar' Shane Mosley, the champion signaled his desire to make himself available for the big fights with the priority being a showdown with Puerto Rico's awesome puncher Felx 'Tito' Trinidad. Wright has always been a quality operator but his …

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