At least that’s the hope of all those who have vintage Nehru jackets, loud Madras trousers and the lapel-less suit coats once favored by the Beatles stashed in their attics should those trends ever come full circle.
Sergey “Krusher” Kovalev continues August 4 in Atlantic City at the soon to be open Hard Rock Hotel & Casino; a boxing rich entertainment venue formerly known as the Trump Taj Mahal.
Was it only a year and a half or two ago that the fight many fans most wanted to see was a light heavyweight unification matchup of 175-pound knockout artists Sergey Kovalev
But harsh reality has a way of regularly crashing into dreamy idealism, which is why some of boxing’s most contentious battles are not waged in the ring, where they belong
Caesars Sports Pavilion in Las Vegas. (The WBO, which came into existence in 1988, did not crown its first cruiser champ, Boone Pultz, until Dec. 3, 1989.)
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