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    Boxing History and Ring Science - eBooks

    Hi folks. Here's a collection of books on Boxing's History and Ring Science that are ready to download and view. Whether you are an avid boxing fan or a boxer these books should spark your interest. I'll be adding more details, books, articles in the near future so don't forget to check by soon.

    These books are free for registered members only.

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    Boxing – Edwin L. Haislet
    by Edwin L. Haislet

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    "The problem in boxing is not only which skills and techniques to learn, but when and how to learn them. Literature in the field at the present time seemingly ignores this problem. In any field where continued development rests upon the mastery of each element in its correct place, the learning sequence is all important. Great skill in boxing can result only through mastery of each technique in its proper place. There is a proper learning sequence in boxing which, if followed, allows a natural development to result. Ignore it and the development of skill is definitely limited.
    The learning sequence herein presented is the result of experiment and experience. It is not perfect and no doubt further experience will bring constructive changes. It is, however, a sequence which seems to bring the quickest results and greatest skill with a minimum output of time and energy. Followed closely, it enable the student of boxing to continue as far as is desired, ability and determination being the only limiting factors."

    Download Here:
    http://rs85cg.rapidshare.com/files/3...L._Haislet.pdf

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    What it takes to be No. 1 (1 page article)
    by Rocky Marciano

    Download Here:
    http://www.bobdelmonteque.com/images/scan0006.jpg

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    Physical Culture and Self Defense
    by World Champion Robert Fitzsimmons, with an introduction by A J Drexel

    Download Here:
    http://books.google.com/books/pdf/Ph...yEMUA3jOs8E4NM

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    Jack Dempsey's Guide to Championship Fighting - Explosive Punching and Aggressive Defense
    by Jack Dempsey

    Download Here:
    http://www.freecirclefighting.com/jdbook.pdf

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    Jack Dempsey, How I Got and Keep my Fighting Muscles
    by Jack Dempsey

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    This is a neat short article that contains his ideas when it comes to getting fit staying in shape. This was taken from an old out of date physical culture magazine that I had found a few years back. I included a fun one page advertisement by Jimmy DeForest that’s Titled, “You might be the man to beat Dempsey!” Perhaps this reflects the spite that they had for each other at the time.

    Download Here:
    http://rapidshare.com/files/40479370...ng_Muscles.pdf

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    The Complete Boxer (1914)
    by Bohun Lynch

    Download Here:
    http://www.archive.org/download/comp...00lyncrich.pdf

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    Boxing and Sparring
    b y E. B. Michel

    This is an extract from an old encyclopedia that goes over boxing history and ring science complete with illustrations.

    Download Here:
    http://rapidshare.com/files/40468972...d_Sparring.pdf

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    Modern Scientific Boxing (1909)
    by Fred Welsh (Fred Hall Thomas)

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    A rare article extracted from an encyclopedia dedicated to sports and physical culture. Much of this goes over ring craft and boxing training, some of which is unique. This is 18 pages long and complete with photographs.

    Download Here:
    http://rapidshare.com/files/40436422...fic_Boxing.pdf

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    Boxing
    By R. G. Allanson-Winn

    Now Available to Download:
    http://books.google.com/books/pdf/Bo...SCrQif3qHecYnk

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    Boxing, A Guide Devoted to the Art of Self Defense
    by John L. Sullivan

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    Spalding’s Boxing book with contributions by the one and only John L. Sullivan. The quality for this scan is a low resolution making it difficult to make out the text. Although the pictures are clearly visible, some parts are missing. Nonetheless this book is a rare find and should be interesting to look at.

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    http://rapidshare.com/files/40439092...._Sullivan.rar

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    Boxing for Beginners, with a Chapter showing its Relationship to Bayonet Fighting

    by William J. Jacomb, with introduction by Joseph E. Raycroft.

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    Editor’s introduction: The book, Boxing for Beginners, consists of three parts. The first shows how to box, the second describes the relationship of boxing to bayonet fighting, and the third tells how to organize a boxing tournament. Although the first section is omitted and the third section is summarized because they are exactly what one would expect, Raycroft’s introduction to the third section is included as an introduction because the remarks give insight into the War Department’s reasoning in teaching boxing to soldiers.

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    http://rapidshare.com/files/40474830..._Beginners.pdf

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    Boxing from Captain John Godfrey's 1747
    Treatise Upon The Useful Science Of Defense

    Webbed by Ken Pfrenger 2001

    View Here:
    http://ahfaa.org/1747.htm

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    The Science of Self Defence
    A Treatise on Sparring and Wrestling
    (1867)
    By Edmund Price

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    http://www.geocities.com/cinaet/price.html

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    West Point Intramural Boxing Manual

    A brief 49 page guide

    Download Here:
    http://www.usma.edu/dpe/courses/Boxi...al%2000-01.pdf

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    Extracts from a Manual of Physical Training
    By Thomas Inch

    -A few pages going over shadow boxing.

    Download Here:
    http://www.sandowplus.co.uk/Competit...ning/mpt06.htm
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    My Greatest Ring Battles (1939)
    By Benny Leonard

    A neat 12 page article by Benny Leonard going over some of his greatest and toughest fights.

    Download Here:
    http://web.archive.org/web/200502042..._sgreatest.pdf

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    My Fighting Life
    by Georges Carpentier

    Download Here:
    http://www.archive.org/download/myfi...00carprich.pdf

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    Life, battles and career of Battling Nelson, lightweight champion of the world (190
    By Battling Nelson

    Download Here:
    http://www.archive.org/download/life...00nelsrich.pdf

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    Mike Donovan: The Making of a Man
    By Alpheus Geer (Marshall Stillman)

    Download Here:
    http://books.google.com/books/pdf/Mi...ogD8F1IRLD6NI0

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    The Roosevelt That I Know - And Other Memories Of Famous Fighting Men
    by Mike Donovan

    Download Here:
    http://www.archive.org/download/roos...00donoiala.pdf

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    Knuckles and Gloves (1922)
    by Bohun Lynch

    Info:
    "In this little-known gem of boxing history published in 1923, author Bohun Lynch observes, "There was a delightful simplicity about the old boxing matches." The men fought to the finish; that is, when one failed to meet his opponent in the center of the ring. A round ended with a knockdown or a fall from wrestling, and only 30 seconds were allowed for rest and recovery. From the giants of bare-knuckle prize fighting through the pioneers of gloved combat, the men of these early years forged the renowned science of boxing in the cauldron of brutal, bloody, long-lasting bouts that would be inconceivable today.

    Knuckles and Gloves covers this fascinating era in the history of boxing - the 18th through early 20th centuries. By describing in colorful detail a number of legendary bouts in chronological order, Lynch provides a valuable examination of the period when the sport transitioned from the use of bare fists to gloves, as well as snapshots of the great fighters of the day. Jack Dempsey, Jack Johnson, Robert Fitzsimmons and James Corbett are all familiar names to modern boxing fans, but here you will also read about Frank Slavin, Jem Belcher, Tom Spring, Tom Sayers and other early combatants of the ring. Lynch’s informed commentary about the development of boxing during this important period makes Knuckles and Gloves a thoroughly enjoyable read for any enthusiast of the sport."

    Download Here:
    http://www.archive.org/download/knuc...00lyncuoft.pdf

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    Taking the Count : Prize Ring Stories
    by Charles Emmet Van Loan

    Download Here:
    http://www.archive.org/download/taki...00vanliala.pdf

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    Fights for the championship : the men and their times (1902)
    By Fred W. J Henning

    Download Volume 1 & 2 Here:
    http://www.archive.org/download/figh...01hennuoft.pdf
    http://www.archive.org/download/figh...02hennuoft.pdf

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    Kings of the Queensberry Realm (1902)
    By W. W. Naughton

    Info:
    AN ACCOUNT OF EVERY HEAVY-WEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP CONTEST HELD IN AMERICA UNDER THE QUEENSBERRY RULES, A SKETCH OF EVERY CONTESTANT WHO HAS TAKEN PART THEREIN, AND AN ACCOUNT OF THE INVASION OF AUSTRALIAN BOXERS TOGETHER WITH A DEFENSE OF BOXING, A COMPARISON OF OLD METHODS OF BOXING AND TRAINING WITH THOSE IN VOGUE TO-DAY, AND THE COMPLETE RING RECORD OF HEAVYWEIGHT PUGILISTS

    PROFUSELY ILLUSTRATED

    Download Here:
    http://books.google.com/books/pdf/Ki...VAYyqwSWfshzWo

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    Pugilistica: The History of British Boxing Containing Lives of the Most Celebrated Pugilists (1906)
    by Henry Downes Miles

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    The History of British Boxing containing lives of the most celebrated pugilists; full reports of their battles from contemporary newspapers, with authentic portraits, personal anecdotes, and sketches of the principal patrons of the prize ring, forming a complete history of the ring from Fig and Broughton, 1719-40, to the last championship battle between King and Heenan, in December 1863.

    Download Volume 1 & 2 Here:
    http://www.archive.org/download/pugi...01mileuoft.pdf
    http://www.archive.org/download/pugi...02mileuoft.pdf

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    Pancratia, Or, A History of Pugilism: Containing a Full Account of Every Battle of Note from the time of Broughton and Slack down to the Present Day. (1812)
    By W.G. Thomas, Esq.

    Download Here:
    http://books.google.com/books/pdf/Pa...KrV0UT_rr1Qg5A

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    Tom Sayers, sometime champion of England, his life and pugilistic career.

    Download Here:
    http://books.google.com/books/pdf/To...rg-rgwECs4qvh4

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    The Fight (1822)
    By William Hazlitt

    -LIT format requires Windows Reader to view.

    Download Here:
    http://web.archive.org/web/200312221...ng/hazlitt.lit

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    The Croxley Master: A Great Tale of the Prize Ring
    By Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

    Fiction

    Download Here:
    http://books.google.com/books/pdf/Th...EuSX_0fJxwUr2g

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    The Game (1905)
    By Jack London

    Info:
    "A TRANSCRIPT FROM REAL LIFE"

    "Joe Fleming, a youth of twenty, earning his livelihood as a sailmaker and supporting his mother and sisters by his trade, augments his income by prize-fighting before so-called sporting clubs. On the eve of his marriage to Genevieve, an employe' in the Silversteins' candy shop, Joe is to fight his last bout before a club, having promised Genevieve to give up "the game," which, while it seems wrong to her, is to him a clean and manly as well as lucrative occupation. It is Joe's desire that Genevieve shall witness the fight, and the girl has reluctantly agreed to do so."

    View Here:
    http://www.jacklondons.net/writings/TheGame/toc.html

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    The Mexican (1911)
    By Jack London

    (Jack London received $750 for this short story on June 26, 1911.)

    Download Here:
    http://web.archive.org/web/200505201...TheMexican.pdf

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    The Abysmal Brute (1913)
    By Jack London

    Fiction

    Download Here:
    http://www.archive.org/download/abys...00londrich.pdf

    Or read it here: http://www.jacklondons.net/writings/...Brute/toc.html

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    A Piece of Steak (1909)
    By Jack London

    Info:
    "Jack London began this short story May 15, 1909 and finished it June 2, 1909. On October 11, 1909 he received five hundred dollars for the story. It was first published in The Saturday Evening Post, Vol. 182, November 20, 1909."

    You can find this short story throughout the web, but I thought this to be better since it came with illustrations and can be downloaded and viewed offline. This is an ebook is possible thanks to the efforts of someone at the cyber boxing zone.

    Download Here:
    http://web.archive.org/web/200612102...eceofsteak.pdf

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    On Assignment (2002)
    By Cliff Rold

    -Winner of the October 2002 Short Story Contest

    Download Here:
    http://web.archive.org/web/200502042...g/w1102-cr.pdf

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    Beast of the Heartland (2002)
    By Lucius Shepard

    Fiction

    Download Here:
    http://web.archive.org/web/200702031...g/w1102-ls.pdf

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    Ethics of Boxing and Manly Sport
    By John Boyle O'Reilly

    Download Here:
    http://books.google.com/books/pdf/Et...iPrtYJTIdOhcKY

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    Muhammad Ali & Company
    By Thomas Hauser

    View Here:
    http://books.google.com/books?id=QIF...gqMQmGoynO0nSI

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    You can view dosens of boxing articles, and book excerpts at at this link:
    http://www.cyberboxingzone.com/boxing/preview.htm

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    You can read alot of excerpts, articles on Gene Tunney and his contemporaries at http://web.archive.org/web/200611150...enetunney.org/

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    Chris, CC3 !!

    This is awesome thank you for posting all the books! And to think it took me a month to find someone who had the Dempsey book...

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    I hope you enjoy it. It's funny because last night 5-6 guests registered just to download these books. Anyways there's more on the way so be sure to check by soon.

    I have the orginal Jack Dempsey scan if you don't like that one. The information is the same, some guy went through a lot of trouble transcribing and editing it. I posted that version up because of the smaller file size. Be sure to go through the other books. Georges Carpentier life would make a great movie with all the things that he went through, in the book the way he describes it makes it fun and exciting to read. The Roosevelt book by Mike Dovovan has a lot of interesting stories as well.
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    S*** man thanks alot. I've been searching for some good fight related reads. This seems like it should hold me off for a bit. much appreciated!

    How would i go about DLing 'Boxing' from rapidshare?

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    It should keep you going for a while.

    Anyways to download from rapidshare just click on on the link, it should bring you to a window where you have see a premium and free button.

    Click on "free" that'll bring you to the page where you have to type in 4 letters, which then you just have to wait about 1 minutes and then you should be able to download it.

    Even as a fighter it's good to have have something to spur you on, especially when your interest is lagging. Talking to a guy that knows his boxing, reading a good book, watching some good fights will give you that feeling where you just want to get up and go. It can be a good pick me up in a way, especially if your enthusiasm is fading and your workouts are beginning to feel stale.

    It's always nice to just take a break once and a while and connect with some of the things that got you interested in boxing in the first place.
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    Life and Reminiscences of a 19th Century Gladiator
    By John L. Sullivan, Dudley Alen Sargent

    PUBLISHER'S NOTE:
    As several fragmentary sketches have been issued purporting to give the record of John L. Sullivan, but proving to be both incorrect and unfair, it is proper to inform the public that this work, prepared by himself, is the only complete and authentic account of his life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Nagel View Post
    Even as a fighter it's good to have have something to spur you on, especially when your interest is lagging. Talking to a guy that knows his boxing, reading a good book, watching some good fights will give you that feeling where you just want to get up and go. It can be a good pick me up in a way, especially if your enthusiasm is fading and your workouts are beginning to feel stale.

    It's always nice to just take a break once and a while and connect with some of the things that got you interested in boxing in the first place.
    Thanks much.

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    You're welcome. Reminds me, I need update this thread again. I several books and articles that I still haven't added. I tried editing some of the posts before but it would always glitch up on me.
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    Numerous Articles from the LA84 Foundation

    The LA84 Foundation has undertaken an ambitious project to convert portions of its traditional library collection to digital format. The growing digital collection now contains more than 300,000 pages, stored in over 45,000 PDF files.
    Digital resources include academic journals, scholarly books, popular sports magazines of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, and an extensive offering of Olympic publications. The Olympic titles include a complete run of back issues of Olympic Review, the official publication of the International Olympic Committee, and two dozen Olympic Games official reports.
    All of the digital publications are available at no cost to website visitors. The LA84 Foundation Search page provides full-text access to all digital documents and shows a complete list of titles.

    A Brief History of Boxing (Part I)
    The Rope Arena, Ancient and Modern by Wm. A. Phelon

    A Brief History of Boxing (Part II) The Rope Arena, Ancient and Modern by Wm. A. Phelon

    A Brief History of Boxing (Part III) The Rope Arena, Ancient and Modern by Wm. A. Phelon

    Aspects of Greek Boxing in the Hellenistic and Roman Periods. by Anthony J. Papalas, East Carolina University

    The Old and the New Pugilism. by Professor Alf. Austin (Sometime Lightweight Champion of England.)

    Professors and Amateurs Aspects of Pugilism in the Regency Period by Anthony J. Papalas, East Carolina University

    Eighteenth Century Boxing by Randy Roberts, Louisiana State University

    Morals and Maulers: The Ethics of Early Pugilism by Dennis Brailford, Principle, North Worcester-shire College (U.K.)

    A Plea for Style in Boxing. by Professor Alf. Austin (Sometime Lightweight Champion of England.)

    Sidelights On the Boxing Question How Misguided Public Opinion is Doing a Justly Popular Sport a Good Deal of Damage By Dick Winfield

    Whos that chap in the red corner...? By Harry Carpenter

    The Funny Side of Fighters as Seen by Jack Skelly

    A One-Sided Boxing Bout by William A. Phelon

    Midsummer Boxology Highlights and Shadows of the Roped Arena--Jack Dempsey's Immediate Future by William A. Phelon

    THE MODERN GLADIATOR
    Why the American Succeeds--Brute Strength Superseded by Scientific Cleverness by Robert Edgren

    The Kings of the Roped Arena (Part I)
    The Kings of the Roped Arena (Part II) }The Greatest Boxing Champions of All Time by William A. Phelon

    The Kings of the Roped Arena (Part III)

    Unique Blows and the Part They Have Played in Boxing History By Alec McLean

    Theory and Practice of Boxing. by A. Austen

    First Steps in Boxing 1 by D.C Hutchinson

    First Steps in Boxing 2

    First Steps in Boxing 3

    How A Champion Trains By Johnnie Kilbane, former lightweight Champion

    The Cold Wars Impact on the Evolution of Training Theory in Boxing. by Nicholas Bourne, Jan Todd & Terry Todd

    PS: Check the last page. I've added several books, "Boxiana" (including a missing chapter), "The Reminiscences of a 19th Century Gladiator" by John L. Sullivan, "Boxing Simplified" (boxing manual), "The Leather Pushers", and the article, "I Can Whip any Mechanical Robot" by Jack Dempsey. I'll be adding a couple more books in the near future.
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    After years of searching the internet for the silver bullet I found it!

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    cc in 24, that's a lot of good stuff, this is getting a sticky!

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    Boxing Simplified (1951)
    by John Walsh

    As a successful coach at the University of Wisconsin, he was the archrival to University of Minnesota's Edwin Haislet. This book represents what he taught to his fighters, and his ideals on amateur boxing.

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    http://www.boxingtraining.net/boxing01.php
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    Brilliant CC

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    Last edited by Chris Nagel; 01-22-2009 at 06:24 PM.
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    Hey Chris thanks for all of that. That really made my day. The Haislet download was incredible I appreciate you getting that seeing as the book is pretty rare. CC

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