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Regis Prograis Living Proof That, Yes, You Can Go Home Again

NEW ORLEANS — Super lightweight contender Regis “Rougarou” Prograis admits he is not familiar with acclaimed author Thomas Wolfe’s final […]

Tony Canzoneri Tops the List of the Top 10 Fighters from New Orleans

Regis Prograis is widely considered the alpha male in the 140-pound division, a weight class bursting with talented fighters who seemingly haven’t yet reached their peak.

Regis Prograis, Orphan of the Storm, Ready to Savor the Sunlight of Stardom

Super lightweight contender Regis “Rougarou” Prograis has never heard of Joe Btfsplk, the iconic character from Li’l Abner. As imagined by cartoonist Al Capp

Noted Boxing Buffs Look Back on Their First Live Boxing Event (Part 2)

An interesting array of boxing people responded to our survey. The offshoot was a two-part story. Here are the remaining responses. The irony—or maybe the evolution

R.I.P. Former World Middleweight Champ Terry Downes

It has come to light that Terry Downes died last Friday, Oct. 6, in the London suburb of Watford at age 81. At the time of his death, he was England