Boxing – 1986 – HBOs Tompkins + Leonard + Merchant PreFight Comments On Camacho Vs Boza Edwards

DOG ASIDE: Cornelius Boza Edwards (born 27 May 1956) is the former WBC Super Featherweight Champion of the World….who fought in both the Super Featherweight and Lightweight divisions. Edwards was born in Uganda and emigrated to England….where he lived for a long period. He currently lives in the United States, where he trains other boxers. Boza-Edwards won the WBC world…

Boxing – 1985 – Randy Gordon Interview Of Lightwt Pernell Whitaker + Trainer Lou Duva After 7th Win

DOG ASIDE: Pernell Whitaker (born January 2, 1964) is an American former professional boxer….who competed from 1984 to 2001….and has since worked as a boxing trainer. He is a four-weight world champion….having won titles at lightweight….light welterweight….welterweight….and light middleweight,,,,as the undisputed lightweight title….and the lineal lightweight and welterweight titles.  In 1989, Whitaker was named Fighter of the Year by The Ring magazine….and the Boxing Writers Association of America. From…

Boxing – 1985 – 6 Rnd Bouts – Frank Tate Vs Prejean + Orlando Canizales Vs Camaro + Loving Vs Davis

DOG COMMENTARY: This 1985 fight card featured five 6 rounds bouts including  middleweights Frank Tate vs Calvin Prejean, bantamweights Orlando Canizales vs John Camoro, light heavyweights Joe Loving vs Victor Davis, super middleweights Pancho Carter vs Keith Vinning and super lightweights Mike Goudeau vs Allen Gay….as these fights took place on September 4, 1985 at…

Boxing – 1985 – 15 Round WBA Lightweight Title – Livingstone Bramble Vs Tyrone Crawley

DOG COMMENTARY: Tyrone Crawley is a former professional boxer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania…..who during his professional boxing career he was known for his hand and foot speed….along with the ability to switch effortlessly from the orthodox stance to the southpaw stance…..which confused many opponents with this style….for some boxing experts contend that Crawley might have been the best “switch hitter” of his time…

Boxing – 1978 – 12 Round WBC Lightweight Title Fight – Alexis Arguello Vs Jim Watt

DOG COMMENTARY: Alexis Arguello traveled to England to lift the WBC Lightweight Championship from Jim Watt….when after fighting a chess match for the opening rounds,…the boxing legend Arguello began to find Watt with power shots in the 4th round….then after a devastating left hook put Watt on the seat of his pants in the 7th….…

Boxing – 1978 – 10 Round Lightweight Bout – Andy Ganigan Vs Rodolfo Gato Gonzalez – Rnds 1 – 6

DOG COMMENTARY:  This 1978 lightweight boxing fight between Gato Gonzalez verses Andy Ganigan…. featured one super great lightweight in Gonzalez against one really good lightweight in Ganigan during the Golden Age of Boxing from 1964 to 1999.  Rodolfo González was a Mexican boxer and former WBC Lightweight Champion also known as El Gato…. who started his career very young at…

Boxing – 1978 – 10 Round Lightweight Bout – J C Kim Vs Robin Blake

DOG COMMENTARY: There is not a great deal of boxing information on J C Kim….mainly because this was his 1st and last fight….but in researching Rockin Robin Blake….we found this wonderful piece written about him as follows; By “Big” Bill Bradshaw Ray “Boom Boom” Mancini joined RSR’s CEO “Bad” Brad Berkwitt on the RSR podcast show this…

Boxing – 1985 – 6 Round Lightweight Bout – Pernell Sweet Pea Whitaker VS Teddy Hatfield

DOG COMMENTARY:  Pernell Whitaker is an American former professional boxer who competed from 1984 to 2001….while compiling a 40 wins 4 losses and 1 draw career….who was a four-weight world champion…. having won world titles at lightweight, light welterweight, welterweight, and light middleweight….after facing all the legends and super greats of during his time in the ring to include Greg Haugen, Jose Luis Ramirez, Azumah…