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Marvin Hart

This article attempts to redress the lack of information on this great fighter of the first decade of the twentieth century and tries to evaluate his true...

Eder Jofre

Eder Jofre – The Second Best Pound-for-Pound Fighter in Boxing History By Dan Cuoco   Sugar Ray Robinson is generally considered by most boxing experts as...

Andy Kendall

Kendall, the third of five children, was born on an Indian reservation in Burns, Oregon on September 9, 1938 to Ruth and James Pierce.

Boone Kirkman

Daniel Victor Kirkman took his 1st breath in Vallejo, California on February 6, 1945, where his father was stationed in the Navy. Upon his discharge from...

Danny Long

It was a beautiful sunny day at the end of May, as I drove east on the Mass Turnpike looking for Exit 25 to South Boston.

Jose (Toluco) Lopez

Jose (Toluco) Lopez was born Jose Lopez Hernandez on June 21, 1932 in El Oro, Mexico. He was nicknamed “Toluco” after the city of Toluca where he began his...

Len Matthews

Back during the 1950s, the most fertile breeding ground in boxing had to be a section of North Philadelphia known as Strawberry Mansion. Gil Turner, Jimmy...

October 29, 1938. . . In the 22 Brand-Whitlock Homes, a Federal Housing project in intercity Toledo, Ohio, a young girl was in labor for the 1st time in her...

Ricardo was born in the small mining town of Chalchihuites in the state of Zacatecas on February 7, 1937. He left school to work as a metal breaker at the...