Posts Tagged ‘Articles’

Ike Weir

He was the greatest featherweight of his day. He went up and down the line and beat them all, irrespective of race or color. He could hit like a pile driver...

Leo Randolph

Leo Randolph: The Golden Prodigy by Austin Killeen. Having struck gold in Montreal at the 76 Olympics, Leo repeated the process in the pros.

Two prizefighters important to the home of the International Boxing Hall of Fame are Dickie DiVeronica, a resident of Canastota, and the former welterweight...

Andy Callahan

In 2003 the Lawrence Historical Center received a bronze plaque from Gerard Ryan of Pembroke, MA. commemorating Andy Callahan.

Great punchers are born, and in some cases made. No matter how proficient the balance, leverage, follow-through a boxer may or may not have; unless born with...

There are many stories of past greats and famous boxers that have been written and rewritten over the years. But what about the many who fought and made a name...

I had a dream last night that boxing regained its sanity.