Tag Archives: Jose Becerra

Book Review: “Latino Boxing in Southern California”

Modern boxing has existed for more or less 160 years after the Marquis of Queensbury rules were adopted. Since that time hundreds and perhaps tens of thousands of pages have been quilled or typed depicting the sport’s torrid and colorful history.

The Fifty Greatest Bantamweights of All Time: Part Three, 30-21

From the dusty streets of Algeria to old school British cobbles, to the heartland of the American dream and back again, Part 3 of the Fifty Greatest Bantamweights of all time continues

For Whom The 10-Count Bells Tolled: 2016 Boxing Obits

2016 BOXING OBITS — The year that wasn’t started off slowly last January, gaining little momentum as the months passed […]