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  1. Leon one of game's bright young minds

    Michael Woods

    The pro boxing game has a low barrier to entry but also features a long learning/trust curve. It isn't too hard to secure a license to box, manage or even train a fighter, but getting a strong foothold in the business is another matter. Trust is not ...

    Blog | February 07, 2013
  2. Luis Resto denied NYSAC license

    Michael Woods

    Luis Resto, who served time in prison for assault because he went into the ring against foe Billy Collins in their 1983 Madison Square Garden fight with padding taken out of his gloves, has been denied a license to work as a cornerman in New York Sta...

    Blog | April 30, 2012
  3. Should cheater Luis Resto get NY license?

    Michael Woods

    Two days ago, Luis Resto went to the New York State Athletic Commission headquarters and started the process of trying to get a license so he can works corners during bouts in New York. There are many people who think he lost that privilege on June 1...

    Blog | December 02, 2011
  4. Margarito says he's tougher than Cotto

    Michael Woods

    After the fightwriters finished with the licensing storyline last Tuesday, after Antonio Margarito was granted a license to box in New York, they switched gears to another compelling element to the Margarito-Miguel Cotto rematch that will unfold at M...

    Blog | November 28, 2011
  5. It's on! Margarito granted NY license

    Michael Woods

    The New York State Athletic Commission granted Antonio Margarito a license to box in New York after a hearing in Manhattan today. They listened to a recommendation from Dr. Michael Goldstein, who examined Margarito's eye yesterday. Goldstein told the...

    Blog | November 22, 2011
  6. Cotto says he won't fight Margarito if N.Y. won't allow the bout

    Michael Woods

    Miguel Cotto made today's public hearing in which we will hear if Antonio Margarito will be granted a license to box in New York that much more anticipated. Because on a noon conference call, the Puerto Rican boxer said that he signed to fight Mar...

    Blog | November 22, 2011
  7. McCall can't get Mohegan license

    Michael Woods

    Oliver McCall, the 46-year-old, Florida-based boxer who'd held a heavyweight title in the '90s and still sought another crack at a crown, was set to fight Mariusz Wach on Saturday night at Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Conn. But McCall wasn't able to...

    Blog | November 04, 2011