ESPN boxing historian Bert Sugar explains how Lennox Lewis his KO of Razor Ruddock put British boxing back on the map.
Floyd Patterson and Ingemar Johansson weren't the greatest heavyweight champions of all-time, writes ESPN boxing historian Bert Sugar, but their trilogy was one of the most exciting ever.
The George Foreman-Ron Lyle bout in 1976 was an absolute slugfest and a storty of survival, Bert Sugar writes.
The George Foreman-Ron Lyle bout in 1976 was an absolute slugfest and a story of survival, Bert Sugar writes.
No heavyweight champion -- and probably no sports figure -- ever captured the imagination of the public, fan and non-fan alike, as Joe Louis, according to boxing historian Bert Sugar.