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New York (June, 27 2012) – Mike Tyson and Spike Lee have the hottest ticket on Broadway. After announcing last week Lee will direct Tyson in his upcoming one-man show, “Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth,” fan response was immediate. To accommodate the demand for tickets, lead producer James L. Nederlander has announced that the show will [...]
By Samuel Lee English Great Chris Eubank discusses his fight career with me during a phone conversation. The Brighton Braggart, who posed to ‘Simply The Best’ by Tina Turner and acted like pure steel in the ring, opens up to me in candid discussion.
Dewey Bozella’s life changed forever when he was sentenced to 20 years to life in prison for a murder he did not commit. Throughout his 26 years behind bars, Bozella found strength and purpose through boxing, becoming the light heavyweight champion of Sing Sing Prison, and made it a goal to be proven innocent and [...]
In the footsteps of sports greats who toppled barriers, such as Jackie Robinson, Billie Jean King, and “Rudy”, Gail Grandchamp’s story…her voice…must be heard. The true history must be told.
By Gary Purfield This Saturday May 21, 2011 at 1:00pm a statue of great Philadelphia Middleweight Joey Giardello was unveiled at S 13th St and Mifflin St and E Passyunk Avenue in South Philadelphia. The statue honors the former middleweight champ as well as many other past Philly fighters.
Part 2 of 3 Giardello vs. Hurricane Carter Statue to be Dedicated to Philly Middleweight Champ Joey Giardello
By Gary Purfield This coming Saturday May 21, 2011 at 1:00pm a statue of great Philadelphia Middleweight Joey Giardello will be unveiled at S 13th St and Mifflin St and E Passyunk Avenue in South Philadelphia. The statue honors the former middleweight champ as well as many other past Philly fighters.