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Tyson, Leonard, De la Hoya enter Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame

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Legendary fighters Mike Tyson, Oscar de la Hoya, “Sugar” Ray Leonard, Larry Holmes and Julio Cesar Chavez were among the inaugural inductees named Wednesday to the Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame.

Posted: December 20th, 2012 in Latest Sports Stories | Read More »

Leonard predicts incredible fight

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When a guy like Sugar Ray Leonard vouches for a fight, then it must be really good. “It’s going to be an incredible fight,” said Leonard, referring to the fourth battle between Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez on Saturday (Sunday in Manila).

Posted: December 8th, 2012 in Boxing / MMA,Editors' Picks,Headlines,Professional,Section | Read More »

Majority of experts going for Pacquiao

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LAS VEGAS—Majority of boxing pundits and former champions believe Manny Pacquiao will beat Shane Mosley on Saturday. They said that Pacquiao’s hand speed, footwork and power in both hands will eventually overwhelm the 39-year-old Mosley. They disagreed, however, on how the victory will come. Some say it’s by early stoppage, others by a late knockout, […]

Posted: May 8th, 2011 in Boxing / MMA,Headlines,Latest Sports Stories,Multimedia,Pacquiao Files,Photos,Photos and Videos,Professional | Read More »

Mexican’s eye injury ‘not as serious’ as Leonard’s

The fractured eye-socket injury suffered by Antonio Margarito as a result of the battering he received at the hands of Manny Pacquiao is not as bad as the injury suffered by Sugar Ray Leonard in 1982, according to well-known Filipino eye specialist Dr. Arnold Salud.  In an interview with the Inquirer, Salud also said referee […]

Posted: November 16th, 2010 in Section | Read More »

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