Tag Archives: Dwight Muhammad Qawi

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

James Scott, Once a Famous Prison Boxer, Died Free but Virtually Anonymous

James Scott, suffering from dementia, passed away last week at a New Jersey nursing home. For a few years in the late 1970s, Scott, prisoner No. 57735 in New Jersey’s

I Dug Deeper into Bob Foster’s Long Title Run and Wish That I Hadn’t

Recently on the Boxing Channel I did a “What If” feature between former light heavyweight champions Bob Foster and Michael Spinks. “What If” fights match

Vasyl Lomachenko Is Much More Experienced Than You Realize

The fandom is over the top with the emergence of boxing’s next must-see fighter. He is Vasyl Lomachenko 9-1 (7), […]

How the ‘Omega Project’ Got Holyfield Ready for Qawi – and, ultimately, Tyson

They could have called it something else. They could have just said it was a more intensive, non-traditional type of […]