Tag Archives: Carlos Monzon

Part of Hagler’s Great Legacy Is Remaining at 160

Marvin Hagler was the undisputed middleweight champ from 1980 to 1987. It’s hard to fathom he just turned 64 (May 23rd), but from what I’ve seen

Time to Get Reel: A Look at Upcoming Boxing Films

More than forty years later, all fighters make grand entrances and the Rocky series is still going strong, with Creed 2 leading the way for a crop of boxing films due for either release or production in 2018.

Fantasy Fisticuffs: The Late Edwin Valero vs. Vasyl Lomachenko. Who Wins?

Coulda, shoulda, woulda. It is the stuff dream fights are made of. What would have happened had Jack Dempsey fought Rocky Marciano, prime on prime

Argentine Legend Carlos Monzon: Revered and Reviled

Sometimes the story you think you’re going to write takes a swift and decisive turn, as can be the case in boxing, where the outcome of a fight that

Golovkin’s Career Legacy Rides On Beating Canelo

For years I’ve maintained fighters who are perceived as being a certified life-taker because of their overload of punching power, […]

Will GGG’s Patience Pay Off on Sept. 16 vs. Canelo?

Abel Sanchez was recalling his first fight as the new trainer of Gennady Golovkin, who had come to him at […]

R.I.P. Rodrigo Valdez, Former World Middleweight Champion

RODRIGO VALDEZ DEAD AT AGE 70 — Former world middleweight champion Rodrigo “Rocky” Valdez died today (March 15) at his […]

Charisma and Swagger: Boxers With Magnetic Personalities

BOXERS WITH THE “IT’ FACTOR — Irish Jerry Quarry, a well-spoken and good looking kid from Southern California but an […]