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The Last Round Feb 14
Feb 14 1918, Jack Dempsey scored a revenge KO1 over Fireman Jim Flynn. Dempsey got his revenge in the fight, as a wicked body shot hurt Flynn, with a rampaging Dempsey following up and knocking his man out of the ring; Flynn literally left in pieces.The time was 1:10 of the first
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The Last Round Feb 13
20 years ago today, and Ike Quartey met in the ring for one hell of a fight. 💢
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The Grueling Truth Feb 13
The Last Round: Fight reviews Alberto Machado v Andrew Cancio, Gervonta Davis v Hugo Ruiz and many more via
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TOPCLASSBOXING ™ Feb 14
THE LAST ROUND | FIGHT REVIEWS OF MACHADO V CANCIO, DAVIS V RUIZ AND MANY MORE
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The Last Round Feb 14
Feb 14th 1951: Sugar Ray Robinson KO 13 Jake LaMotta, Chicago. Wins World Middleweight Title. The second St. Valentines Day Massacre! The sixth and final fight between these two. Sugar Ray wins the series 5-1.
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Michael Shepherd retweeted
The Last Round Feb 14
Feb 14th 1987 WBA cruiserweight champion Evander Holyfield, knocked fellow '84 Olympic medallist Henry Tillman down four times and stopped him in the seventh round to remain undefeated at Bally's in Reno
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Michael Shepherd retweeted
The Last Round Feb 14
Feb 14th 1973: Muhammad Ali Won12 Joe Bugner, Las Vegas. The fight took place at the Las Vegas Convention Center before a crowd of 5,700. Ali opened a cut over Bugner's left eye in the first round. Ali was an 8 to 1 favorite and predicted a seventh-round KO.
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Michael Shepherd retweeted
The Last Round Feb 14
Feb 14th 1945: Chester Slider Won10 Henry Armstrong, Oakland. Armstrong’s final fight. He finishes his career with a 152-21-8 (100) record Henry Armstrong, active from 1931 to 1945, won the featherweight, welterweight, and lightweight world titles
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Danny Z |🥊 Feb 12
Ep. 21 of out now! We talk Cancio's upset of Machado on , Davis' KO over Ruiz on , on ESPN & preview this weekend's events! Cancio also reveals of he's running for Mayor after his upset win!🤔
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Michael Shepherd retweeted
The Last Round Feb 11
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The Last Round Feb 11
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The Last Round Feb 11
What happened to the WBU WBU had a 'golden' period between 1996–2004 when its title contests were often shown live on satellite and terrestrial television.  👑Champions such as , , Saunders, Rahman, Johnny Nelson, Kevin Kelly
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Michael Shepherd Feb 11
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The Last Round Feb 10
Feb 11th 1989: Rene Jacquot W 12 Donald Curry, Grenoble. Wins WBC Super Welterweight Title. Upset of the Year candidate. Jacquot became the first Frenchman in 30 years to win a world boxing championship fight was named Upset of the Year for 1989
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The Last Round Feb 10
Feb 11th 1984: Thomas Hearns made the first defense of his 👑 WBC junior middleweight belt, pounding Italy's Luigi Minchillo for a unanimous 12 round decision before a sellout crowd at the Joe Louis Arena
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The Last Round Feb 10
Feb 11th 1949: Willie Pep W 15 Sandy Saddler, NYC. Regains World Featherweight Title. Pep wins by scores of 10-5, 9-6, 9-5-1 in this the “Fight of the Year.” The fight was named Fight of the Year by
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Michael Shepherd retweeted
The Last Round Feb 10
February 11, 1990 Mike Tyson v Buster Douglas, billed as Tyson Is Back! The event is historically significant, as the then-undefeated, undisputed heavyweight champion Tyson lost by knockout to the 43–1 underdog Douglas. The greatest upset in sports history🤔
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The Last Round Feb 10
On this day in 1995: In his first 👑WBO super flyweight title defense, Johnny Tapia defeated Jose Rafael Sosa by decision "Mi vida loca" Will we ever stop missing Johnny Tapia?
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Michael Shepherd retweeted
The Last Round Feb 10
On this day 2007: Sugar Shane Mosley W 12 Luis Collazo, Las Vegas. Shane’s first fight at welterweight in 5 years.Mosley knocked Collazo down in round 11 with a right hook and went on to win a fairly one sided fight with judges scoring the fight 119-108, 118-109 and 118-109.
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Michael Shepherd retweeted
The Last Round Feb 10
23 years ago today @felixtitotrinidad defended his IBF World Welterweight Title successfully against Randy Moore after Moore could not continue after the 4th round
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