Heaven knows, the decade that was the 1980’s saw some truly magical, beautifully epic and violent middleweight wars unfold in the ring. » Read More
It was an unbelievable sight, a thoroughly unpredictable event. The great Roberto Duran, for many the toughest of all tough guys, quitting in the ring. » Read More
Many years ago, live on air when calling the ferocious, bad blood battle between middleweights Roberto Duran and Iran Barkley, commentators Gil Clancy and Al Bernstein had a bet: would “Hands of Stone” and “The Blade” embrace or shake hands at the conclusion of their intense fight? » Read More
Turning 67 years old today is the great, the hugely celebrated Roberto Duran. » Read More
Turning 66 years old day is the great, the hugely celebrated Roberto Duran. » Read More
Sometimes a fight is so great, we simply have to see it again. » Read More
Recently, the great, the immortal, the legendary ( and also the most down to earth boxing superstar one could wish to meet) Roberto Duran paid a visit to this writer’s home town. » Read More
The “Fab 4” is the nickname that refers to the four elite Hall of Fame boxers – Roberto Duran, Sugar Ray Leonard, Thomas Hearns, and Marvelous Marvin Hagler. » Read More
While the movie celebrating and paying (reasonably accurate) tribute to is currently enjoying only what one could call mixed reviews at best, the great, the legendary Roberto Duran is many fans’ pick when it comes to listing the greatest living boxer/fighter. » Read More
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