Boxing – 1985 – 6 Rnd Lightwt Bout – Mike Goudeau Vs Allen Gay – With Randy Gordan + Termite Watkins

This six round lightweight fight between Mike Doudeau verses Allen Gay….feature boxers who didn’t have much of a professional career….as Gay would fight a total of two professional rounds….after deciding the TKO beating he took from Goudeau, that he just didn’t feel like boxing was going to be a good career path.   And in the…

Boxing – 1985 – 6 Rnd Heavyweight Bout – Larry Phelps Vs Henry Tillman – With Tim Ryan + Gil Clancy

DOG ASIDE: Henry Durand Tillman (born August 1, 1960) is an American former boxer…..who twice defeated Mike Tyson as an amateur….while winning both bouts via close decisions. Tillman went on to win the heavyweight gold medal at the Los Angeles Olympics against highly touted Canadian boxer Willie de Witt….and turned pro in 1984 as a cruiserweight….but had a…

Boxing – 1985 – 6 Rnd Middlewt Bout – David Barrow V Frank Tate – W/ Randy Gordon + Termite Watkins

DOG ASIDE:  Frank Tate was an American professional boxer…. who was a National Golden Gloves light middleweight champion….anh won the light middleweight gold medal at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics. Tate began his professional career in December 1984…..when he won the vacant IBF middleweight title by beating Michael Olajide over fifteen rounds at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas…

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 – Al Albert + Randy Gordon Showcase World Champions Who Won Olympic Gold Medals

DOG ASIDE: Alan “Al” Albert is a sportscaster….who formerly called basketball games for the New York Nets and Denver Nuggets….as well as national NBA coverage for the USA Network. He was also a play-by-play sportscaster for the Indiana Pacers.  He has also worked in boxing….as seen in this video herewith….as the blow-by-blow announcer for Tuesday Night Fights.  On January 24, 1984, Albert, working for USA…

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 – 1983 – World Amateur Championship – Welterweight Bout – Mark Breland Vs Sun Yung Bol

DOG ASIDE:  There were a great number of televised amateur boxing competitions (ie: USA vs USSR, etc), championships (AAU, Golden Gloves & World Championships) that were televised on national networks in the USA during the Golden Age of Boxing….from 1964 to 1995….as this was a period where the sport of boxing attracted some really outstanding young…

Boxing – 1985 – Special – Greatest USA Olympic Boxers In History – Host Al Albert + Randy Gordon

DOG ASIDE:   USA Network was an active player in live televised boxing during the Golden Age of Boxing (1964 – 1999)….especially with their Saturday Night At The Fights program….featuring their boxing broadcast team of Al Albert (brother of legendary sportscaster Marv Albert) and Randy Gordon….who grew up around the fight game in New York City.    This USA Boxing Special…

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…