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    this one my step-grampa attended at Roosevelt Stadium in Jersey City, NJ on Sept. 26, 1940. The Manassa Mauler is the referee. Amazing post-fight interviews as well - High Definition looks better than fights from the 80s and 90s

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    Default Re: HD Fights of Yesteryear

    Wow, this is pretty cool.
    Looking forward to watching it later.
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    Default Re: HD Fights of Yesteryear

    Quote Originally Posted by NoSavingByTheBell View Post
    this one my step-grampa attended at Roosevelt Stadium in Jersey City, NJ on Sept. 26, 1940. The Massa Mauler is the referee. Amazing post-fight interviews as well - High Definition looks better than fights from the 80s and 90s


    "Pat, this was only you're 30th Pro fight...."

    Says something about the times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sanatogen View Post
    "Pat, this was only you're 30th Pro fight...."

    Says something about the times.
    Made of a completely different metal those men.
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    Default Re: HD Fights of Yesteryear

    Great quality. They were do some serious winging of shots! I could envision Marciano getting under every single shot. Well not all of them but the majority!
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    Default Re: HD Fights of Yesteryear

    Quote Originally Posted by NoSavingByTheBell View Post
    this one my step-grampa attended at Roosevelt Stadium in Jersey City, NJ on Sept. 26, 1940. The Manassa Mauler is the referee. Amazing post-fight interviews as well - High Definition looks better than fights from the 80s and 90s

    orlando canizales knocks down kelvin seabrooks with a right hand and gil clancy says when two fighters both try to throw right hands you cant get hit harder than that. he is right. knockouts like this one happen because one fighter was trying to land a punch and the other fighter was trying to create a mid air collision. if fighters stopped throwing punches and started thinking more in terms of collisions, and how to make one happen, they would land more punches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoSavingByTheBell View Post
    this one my step-grampa attended at Roosevelt Stadium in Jersey City, NJ on Sept. 26, 1940. The Manassa Mauler is the referee. Amazing post-fight interviews as well - High Definition looks better than fights from the 80s and 90s

    That counter right over the top was nasty. Dempsey makes it clear, fighters dont always make good referees. He's counting & aint even looking at dude who takes another knee.

    I guess he's a real man's referee!
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    Default Re: HD Fights of Yesteryear

    Underrated Heavyweight Fight between 2 Tough SOBs:


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    Default Re: HD Fights of Yesteryear

    Buster Mathis had defeated Frazier in the amateurs and Mathis really had Frazier's number here and really made him look rather ordinary: perhaps Foreman and Ali really watched this fight closely on how to fight Frazier


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    Default Re: HD Fights of Yesteryear

    starts at 2:10 of the video


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    Quote Originally Posted by NoSavingByTheBell View Post
    Underrated Heavyweight Fight between 2 Tough SOBs:

    This is a testimony that bigger fighters doesn't mean better fighters. They are mixing it up, every punch is on display; jab, hooks, uppercuts, overhands, inside fighting, great bodywork by both, no clinching. Action is almost nonstop. No PEDs to enhance their stamina, their drive is natural.
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    Default Re: HD Fights of Yesteryear

    fight starts at 16:30 of this video --- a real fucking barn burner --- for fight freaks you can watch some nice interviews during the first 16 minutes of the video:


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    Default Re: HD Fights of Yesteryear

    any fight fans here? check out this rugged match between Renaldo and Tyrell - who do you have winning?


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    Default Re: HD Fights of Yesteryear

    Nice selection as always.

    I've seen Moorer/Cooper probabaly a dozen times! I think I saw highlights of Biggs vs Snipes, looking forward to watching this.
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    Default Re: HD Fights of Yesteryear

    I hope someone can make a HD fight of Clay's toughest outing.


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