DOG ASIDE: Two storied NFL franchises….the Miami Dolphins with Coach Don Shula and QB Dan Marino squared off at Stanford Stadium in Stanford, CA in Super Bowl XIX against the San Francisco 49’ers with Coach Bill Walsh and QB Joe Montana…..and Bone Daddy was there. After buying scalper tickets outside the stadium….BD and his Sportsphile…Details
DOG ASIDE: Now, I’ve got to tell you this….it is really difficult for me to post anything about the Pittsburgh Steelers…..cuz they have been long-time rivals of my Dallas Cowboys….but a true Sportsphile must give credit where credit is due….and the 4 x Super Bowl Champion Steelers of the decade of the 1970’s deserve that…Details
DOG ASIDE: Bone Daddy probably has more live Sugar Ray Leonard boxing matches in his extensive boxing library than any other boxer….including Muhammad Ali…..and what he liked most about Leonard was that he fought every great fighter in every division that he could possibly fight….including Wilfred Benitez, Thomas Hearns, Roberto Duran, Milt McCrory and Marvelous…Details
DOG ASIDE: This video gives you two of Bone Daddy’s favorite sports figures from his world of collectibles and video….John Madden and Marvelous Marvin Hagler. In this episode providing a special look at famous sports personalities by the former NFL icon coach and video game namesake in John Madden’s Journey….as he explains once and for…Details
DOG ASIDE: One of Bone Daddy’s favorite boxers of all time was Heavyweight Champion Smoking Joe Frazier…..but the trouble was that he was fighting during the Muhammad Ali era….having fought Ali in 3 historic boxing battles for the ages. Although Muhammad Ali holds the highest rung on the ladder of popularity with Bone Daddy….Smoking Joe…Details
DOG ASIDE: 1974 rookie Dallas Cowboy QB Clint Longley….a player who had never played a down in the NFL….replaced an ailing Roger Staubach in the last quarter of the game…and led the Cowboys to a Thanksgiving Day comeback over their arch rival Washington Redskins…..throwing a Hail Mary 50 yard pass to WR Drew Pearson on…Details
1981 WBC Super Welterweight Title Fight With Champ Maurice Hope VS Wilfred Benitez At Caesars Palace
This 1981 WBC Super Welterweight Title Fight featured Champion Maurice Hope in his 3rd title defense against former Jr. Welterweight and Welterweight Wilfred Benitez with a record of 40 – 1 – 1 with 25 KO’s seeking his 3rd world title.
WBA Jr Welterweight Champion Aaron “The Hawk” Pryor entered this fight with a 32 – 0 record with 30 KO’s. His opponent Sang Hyun Kim was the former WBC Super Lightweight Champ with a record of 42 – 3 – 3 with 25 KO’s coming into this fight.
DOG ASIDE: Rarely do sports fan ever get to see what actually goes on behind the scenes of a major sporting event or concert….as there is actually a world of its own going on behind what is seen by the spectator and viewing public. This video provides a good look at what it takes to…Details