I need to talk to you about George Dixon.
I placed him at number four on my featherweight list. He made double-figures for title defenses at this poundage and he conquered many excellent featherweights
Most fascinating to me about Part Two is the rude intrusion of no fewer than four great flyweights into the bantamweight mix.
At first, I was surprised, and even a little alarmed by this, as though their grouping was part of some unconscious
DOWN MEMORY LANE WITH SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT TAMAS PRADARICS — Rivalries always make boxing more popular. They help the sport borrow […]