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Next month's FA Cup Final at Wembley Stadium, regardless of its participants, will match neither the intensity nor the excitement of Saturday's heavyweight clash between Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko.
The matchup which took place this past Saturday night in Brooklyn was one that doesn't come around very often, at least not according to boxing's historical sources.
Michael Jackson, Elvis and Tupac are all still alive. They seemed to know what a brilliant, although risky a career move their respective deaths could be.
Stolen milk money, schoolyard scraps and a problematic lack of discipline are among the most popular reasons given as to why a child turned scrapper leans into boxing.
Election fever as well as sickness has swept the country over the past ten days. Some of us refuse to accept the result while others are content to let a businessman assume the role of the most powerful individual on the planet.
2016 is nearing its end and according to many of the wise and informed voices in boxing fandom, the year has been somewhat disappointing.
Views, angles and perspective are among the criteria we as boxing fans often throw around in regard to what makes a fighter more than just a tough guy with a puncher's chance.
Throughout our respective lives, we're often faced with a form of adversity which ultimately can turn to a custom jar of humility if handled correctly.
Four months ago, the eyes of not only the boxing world but the sports world in general was focused squarely upon a stretch of desert known as Sin City.