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  1. Marcus Browne goes to 6-0

    Michael Woods

    Marcus Browne of Staten Island, who represented the US at the London Olympics, went to 6-0, with a TKO2 win over Robert Hill of Louisiana at the Best Buy Theater in Manhattan on Monday night. The lefty Browne, aged 22, threw a stiff, straight left...

    Blog | August 19, 2013
  2. Marcus Browne signing with Al Haymon

    Michael Woods

    Marcus Browne, the light heavyweight boxer from Staten Island, earned some experience at the Olympics in London. No, he didn't come home with a medal, but the 21-year-old hitter obviously showed some attributes that stood out to those in the know wit...

    Blog | September 24, 2012
  3. Herring responds to Atlas critique

    Michael Woods

    ESPN analyst Teddy Atlas, the sometimes trainer and all-the-time proponent of cleaning up the shadier sides of the sport, weighed in on the performances of the two New York-based boxers who took part in the London Olympics. Atlas was asked about Mari...

    Blog | August 17, 2012
  4. Olympian Jamel Herring looks to his angel

    Michael Woods

    Jamel Herring will be fighting for many things in London when he gloves up and reps the U.S. squad at junior welterweight. He will be representing his home base of Coram, Long Island, looking to be the first Islander since Howard Davis (1976) to b...

    Blog | July 03, 2012
  5. Marcus Browne, from 'bully' to Olympian

    Michael Woods

    A boxing writer will find himself defending his vocation quite often when making a new acquaintance. "But ... isn't boxing brutal? Do you ever find yourself wondering if it should exist?" I hear quite regularly soon after shaking a new hand. An...

    Blog | May 21, 2012