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Boxing Perspective: Wladimir Klitschko

I'm amazed. After Wladimir Klitschko’s KO victory over Tony Thompson in Hamburg, Germany, a week ago, he should have risen in the esteem of boxing fans. Thompson was a credible threat whose only other loss occurred eight years ago. In a bout where Klitschko showed his ability to control an …

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Boxing Perspective: Next?

Friday night at The Palace at Auburn Hills in suburban Detroit was an easy paycheck for undefeated light welterweight Leonardo Tyner. After bouncing a left hook off Victorio Abadia's temple, followed by a combination that ended with Abadia impaled on a right hook body shot, Tyner, 19-0 (11), finished the …

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Ronald Hearns: A Waiting Cobra

Ronald “The Motor City Cobra” Hearns has one of the most famous last names in the sport of boxing, racked up 13 KO's in 16 victories against no losses and has fought all across the country in his brief three-and-a-half year career. But he is still largely unknown. However, with …

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Calling All Big Little Men

Are you ready to be big? Then get ready for Retador Azteca, a new boxing reality series, set to debut in the coming year. It will feature up-and-coming fighters in the featherweight division from Mexico versus the rest of North America. SaddoBoxing got the exclusive on this show from producer …

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