Welcome to my nth, official rant about boxing. There’s sure to be more in the future so stay tuned.
I remember boxing. I remember 1986, when I rooted for Marvin Hagler, only to see him lose a 12-round classic to Sugar Ray Leonard.
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Perhaps prematurely the crowd shrilly proclaimed “The King is dead, long live the King!”
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Roger Clemens telling the truth Roger Clemens, the greatest pitcher of our generation, has gone into hiding. His defiance led him there.