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Ringside

Ringside

A JOKE VS. A GEM Two big boxing events are coming up. One (Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Conor McGregor) is a...

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The Joshua Era

The impact Anthony Joshua has had on the public since his conquest of Wladimir Klitschko on that thrilling night at...

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Ringside

ON TOP OF THE WORLD The process of deciding who will appear on the cover of THE RING Magazine isn’t always...

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Opening Shots

Members of the International Boxing Hall of Fame Class of 2017 proudly show off their new rings in Canastota, New...

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Come Out Writing

WARD VS. KOVALEV DIRTY FIGHTER Andre Ward is known as a dirty fighter. Not just by fans, but by his opponents. Ward...

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Heavy Burden

“The horizontal British heavyweight.” In boxing parlance, it is one the best-known satirical insults in the history of the modern game....

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Roll With The Punches

Degrees of separation between fighters of the past and their more contemporary counterparts. This month, regular contributor Gregg Morgan linked...

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Cautionary Tale

On September 29, 2007, Kelly Pavlik knocked out Jermain Taylor at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City in one of the most dramatic fights I’ve ever seen. It was a particularly emotional experience for me because of a bond I shared with both men.

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Ring IQ

MY TAKE ON CANELO VS. GOLOVKIN This is one in a series of columns by future Hall of Famer Bernard Hopkins,...

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Best I Faced

KELLY PAVLIK

Kelly Pavlik announced himself to the boxing world with a rousing come-from-behind knockout of Jermain Taylor on September 29, 2007, to win the RING championship and WBC and WBO middleweight titles. And before “The Ghost” walked away prematurely in part because of his own excesses, he made a strong impression.

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