On the 20th anniversary of the mother of all upsets -- Buster Douglas defeats Mike Tyson -- ESPN.com celebrates the most stunning outcomes in boxing history.
Carlos Baldomir's rise from poverty to world champ is reminiscent of James J. Braddock's rags-to-riches story depicted in "Cinderella Man," Dan Rafael 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.
Harry S. Truman's upset 1948 presidential victory spurred another underdog, James J. Braddock, to send congratulations, ESPN producer William Weinbaum explains.
On the 70th anniversary of James J. Braddock's upset of Max Baer Sr. for the heavyweight title, ESPN.com excerpts a chapter from ESPN anchor Jeremy Schaap's profile of Braddock, "Cinderella Man."