Tag Archives: Ted Sares

The Current Crop of Light Heavyweights: How Do They Stack Up?

November will be a very interesting month in the light heavyweight division. On November 4, Russia’s Dmitry Bivol (pictured) meets […]

The Boxer that had the Most Charisma? Ali in a Romp but Not Unanimous

Favorite fighter, favorite fight, and favorite round – This survey asks respondents to name the boxer — living or dead — that had the most charisma.

Boxers Who Enjoyed Career Success After A Dip

Time will tell, but he can take encouragement from the examples of the fighters listed below who regained their footing after a career dip. They are listed

Keeping Boxing in Perspective

So far, 2017 has been a spectacular year for boxing with the best fighting the best in great fights and […]

Remembering the Other Santa Cruz and the Night He Was Robbed in New York

Human punching machine Leo Santa Cruz (33-1-1) edged Carl Frampton (23-1) on January 28, 2017 by majority decision at the […]

40 Noted Boxing Buffs Recall Their Favorite Round of Boxing

PART TWO OF A TWO-PART SERIES: In previous stories, we asked a set of respondents to name their favorite boxing […]

What Was Your Favorite Round of Boxing? 40 Notables Share Their Picks

PART ONE (A-K) OF A TWO-PART SERIES — This is round four, so to speak, of our survey. We previously […]

30 Boxing Notables Recall Their All-Time Favorite Fight(s)

This completes the participative trilogy involving a favorite boxer, a favorite boxing book, and now a favorite fight (though a […]

Twenty-Five Noted Boxing Buffs Name Their Favorite Boxing Book

I recently asked a number of sage boxing people the following: “If you had to select ONE boxing book as […]

The Boxer Who Morphed From “The Baron” to “The Animal” to “The Rat” 

In 1945, the police arrested 14-year-old Joe Barboza for breaking and entering. He was packed off to the infamous Lyman […]