Boxing – 1983 – Tim Ryan Profiles Training Of Super Featherwt Hector Camacho While Preparing For John Montes Fight

After a stellar amateur career, Hector Camacho began to quickly rise through the professional ranks….. first in the featherweight and then in the super featherweight division. He was so confident that he claimed he could beat world featherweight champions Salvador Sánchez and Eusebio Pedroza….however, Sánchez died while Camacho was still coming up in the ranks…..then In the super featherweight…

Cycling – 1987 – Tour De France – Finish To Stage 12 Coming Into Bourdeaux – With John Dockery

Stage 12 of the 1987 Tour de France covered a 228 km / 142 mile plain stage course from Brive to Bordeaux….as USA Davis Phinney won the stage…..on a day ended in a “bunch sprint” that did not change the general classification.   Davis Phinney is a former professional road bicycle racer from the United States…..who chalked up a record…

Cycling – 1987 Tour De France Tim Ryan + John Dockery At St Tropez As The Race Enters The Alps

CBS sportscasters Tim Ryan and John Dockery set the stage for the 1987 Tour de France as it is about to enter The Alps for five Stages in the mountains…..as seen in this video herewith…..when the Tour has a rest day at the internationally known resort town of Saint-Tropez. Saint-Tropez, familiarly called St-Trop, is a town on the French…

Auto Racing – 1979 – Michigan 125 – Highlights Al Unser Sr Coasts To Pits As Gordon Johncock Leads

Michigan International Speedway (MIS) is a two-mile (3.2 km) moderate-banked D-shaped speedway located off U.S. Highway 12 on more than 1,400 acres (5.7 km2) n the scenic Irish Hills area of southeastern Michigan.  In 1972, Roger Penske purchased the speedway for an estimated $2 million….and during Penske’s ownership the track was upgraded several times from the original capacity to 125,000  seating capacity. In these highlights of the 1979…

Boxing – 1983 – Tim Ryan PreFight Show – USBA Welterwt Title – Kevin Howard Vs Marlon Starling

Kevin Howard was a pretty good fighter in the welterweight and super welterweight divisions….who had a professional boxing career that ran from 1978 to 1986…..while building a career of 21 wins, 8 losses and 1 draw….with bouts against Sugar Ray Leonard and Marlin Starling….as seen in this prefight show video seen herewith….being the only two…

Boxing – 1983 – Tim Ryan PostFight Interview With Winner Marvis Frazer After Defeating Joe Bugner

Marvis Frazier is the son of former heavyweight champion and Hall of Famer boxer, Smokin’ Joe Frazier….when he was at ringside for all of his father’s fights after the second Oscar Bonavena bout in December 1968….including the great wars with Muhammad Ali….which by the way, is the greatest of all “grudge fights” in the history of boxing…..as far as we are…

Boxing – 1983 – Tim Ryan Profiles Training Of Lightwt Hector Camacho While Preparing For Next Fight

We at ImaSportsphile consider that Hector “Macho” Camacho was one of the true legends of the sport of boxing…..who fought during The Golden Age of Boxing from 1964 to 1995….which was a era when the sport showcased multiple legends in each and every professional weight division in the sport….especially in the lightweight division….which featured the likes of…

Boxing – 1983 – Tim Ryan Talks To Joe Frazier & Son Marvis About Who Is Marvis Really Fighting For

Marvis Frazier is an American former professional boxer who fought in the heavyweight division…. as Marvis was involved in other sports….but finally gave it all up in favor of boxing….“I played football and basketball and I wrestled, and I love them all, especially football. I was a running back. When I was in ninth grade, Duke and Temple talked to me…

Boxing – 1983 – Tim Ryan PostFight Interview With Hector Camacho After His 1st Rnd KO Of John Montes

Hector “Macho” Camacho is a boxing legend here at ImaSportsphile…..after having a professional career in which he had many notable fights against some of the biggest names in boxing….including defeating  Roberto Durán twice….and knocking out Sugar Ray Leonard to send him into permanent retirement. He also fought Julio César Chávez, Félix Trinidad and Oscar De La Hoya, among others. Camacho competed professionally from 1980 to…