Boxing – 1974 – Rumble In The Jungle Ali Vs Foreman – Cornermen Archie Moore + Dr Pacheco Remember

DOG ASIDE: This fight is still probably the most watch live audience of all time….and if not….at least during the 20th Century….as well over a billion viewers worldwide watched this historic fight live from the city of Zaire in the Republic of the Congo on October 1, 1974.  Ali verses Foreman….just think about those two…

Boxing – 1974 – The Rumble In The Jungle Ali Vs Foreman – Marv Albert Interviews Angelo Dundee

DOG ASIDE: The Rumble in the Jungle featuring the World Heavyweight Title Fight between Muhammad Ali verses George Foreman was broadcast to a live pay-per-view on closed-circuit television audience…which was also known as theater television to venues across the world. The fight had a record estimated 50 million viewers on closed-circuit television worldwide….while grossing an estimated $100 million (inflation-adjusted $500 million) in revenue.  In the United States,…

MLB – 1990 – NBCs Gayle Gardner Showcases Three Of Her Favorite Marv Albert Interviews

DOG ASIDE: Marv Albert (born June 12, 1941) is a legendary American sportscaster….who has been honored for his work as a member of the Basketball Hall of Fame….as he is commonly referred to as “the voice of basketball”.  From 1967 to 2004….he was also known as “the voice of the New York Knicks”….and currently Albert currently works for Turner Sports….while serving as lead announcer for NBA games on TNT.   In…

NFL – 1986 – NBC Sports Special – Super Bowl XX Animated Intermission At The Concession Stand

DOG ASIDE: Any folks that were around back in the 1950’s. 1960’s and 1970’s….probably saw a movie at one time or another at a Drive-In Theaters in America…..for this was the place that a young fella liked to take his favorite gal to watch a cinema on the really big screen….where you sat in your…

Music – 1978 – NBC Classical Chorus With Eric Idle – An English Ship Went To Sea In The Month Of May

DOG ASIDE: It is rare when we can get a video trim from Saturday Night Live past the “regulators” at youtube….but at some point in the not too distant future…that won’t matter….cuz we are ultimately going on our own server….and we won’t be subject to their arbitrary selection of videos they choose as non-compliant with copyright regulations….as…

Track + Field – 1980 – World Invitational Meet From Peking China – Mens 4 x 100m Relay – USA Wins Gold +

DOG ASIDE: This 1980 World Invitational Track + Field Meet was held in Peking, China  just prior to the 1980 Moscow Olympic Game that the peanut picking US President Jimmy Carter decided to  boycott…..thus establishing with this lil ole chiweenie Sportsphile forever that THE WORST TICS ARE POLI-TICS….as it will forever be our opinion that…

MLB – 1985 – NBC Sports Bob Costas Interviews Commissioner Peter Ueberroth On Potential Of Strike

DOG ASIDE: Peter Victor Ueberroth (born September 2, 1937) is an American executive….who served as the sixth Commissioner of Baseball from 1984 to 1989…..after serving for five years as the organizer of the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Olympic Games….where he was a prominent figure in the games….while receiving the Olympic Order in gold at its conclusion of the Games.  Due to the success of the games….…

NFL – 1978 – NBC Sports Super Bowl XIII Cowboys Vs Steelers Special – Talking About The Weather + Field Condition – With Dick Enberg + Mike Adamle + Bryant Gumbel + Fran Tarkenton

DOG ASIDE: Michael David Adamle (born October 4, 1949) is a former American football player and sports broadcaster….who after retiring from playing football professionally joined NBC Sports, where he was both a studio host and sideline reporter for various events….as seen in this video herewith….where he spent six years with NBC Sports hosting SportsWorld and pre-game shows. He was also the host…

MLB 1988 NBC Sports All Star Game Special Feature Bob Costas Interview With Yankee Legend Mickey Mantle

DOG ASIDE: Mickey Charles Mantle (October 20, 1931 – August 13, 1995), nicknamed The Commerce Comet and The Mick….was a legendary American professional baseball player….who played his entire Major League Baseball (MLB) career with the New York Yankees as a center fielder and first baseman from 1951 through 1968. Mickey Mantle was one of the best players and sluggers to ever play the game…..and is regarded by many as…