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10 Notable July 4 fights

04
Jul

10 Notable July 4 fights

July 4, America’s celebration of the adoption date of the Declaration of Independence, is one of the most festive holidays on the calendar. Once upon a time it was also a date when major boxing events were held. RingTV.com’s resident historian Lee Groves gives us his choice of the most notable July 4 fights.

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08
Mar

Being There

The following article was originally published in the April 2021 edition of The Ring, on sale now at newsstands and...

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11
Dec

Holiday Reading: 2020

Each year during the holiday season, I publish a list of what I consider to be the best books on...

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19
Jun

Dougie’s Friday Mailbag (most influential boxers, mythical matchups, cut-prone fighters)

ALL-TIME INFLUENCERS Dougie, Who would you name Top 5 most influential boxers in history of the sport, I mean those who inspired...

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27
May

From the Archive: Larry Holmes versus the all-time greats

Editor's Note: This feature originally appeared in the June 1985 issue of The Ring Magazine. By Herbert G. Goldman TRUE HISTORY DEMANDS...

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13
May

The Ring Archives: Born on this day: Joe Louis – part one

Joseph Louis Barrow was born on this day, May 13, 1914 in Lafayette, Alabama. His family moved to Detroit when...

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11
Mar

David vs. Goliath: A boxing history lesson

Before Saturday, when 135-pound titlist Mikey Garcia faces 147-pound beltholder Errol Spence Jr., we revisit boxing’s most notable ‘David vs. Goliath’ tales.

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25
Aug

Bob Arum on the passing of “The Boxing Senator” John McCain: “He was a great American”

GLENDALE, Arizona – The bell echoed mournfully, 10 times, through an arena that was a stage for a soldier and...

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25
May

Dougie’s Friday mailbag (Inoue-McDonnell, Jack Johnson, Filipino spoilers)

THE MONSTER VS. MCDONNELL Hey Doug, So, I’m very excited for the Naoya Inoue-Jamie McDonnell fight on Friday, and have been for...

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24
May

Ex-heavyweight champ Jack Johnson receives posthumous pardon from President Trump

Jack Johnson, the first African-American heavyweight champion of all time, received a measure of justice nearly 72 years after his death.

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