Marvin Nathaniel Hagler happened to be my favorite boxer when I was growing up following boxing closely. I think I liked Hagler because of his mean mug, and a bald head that made him look menacing.
#5 Jack Dempsey - Top 10 of Boxing’s Most Terrifying Fighters
We’ve reached the top five scariest boxers of all time and this calls for traveling back in time to the early 1900s and visiting “The Manassa Mauler.”
#4 Sonny Liston - Top 10 of Boxing’s Most Terrifying Fighters
Known as “The Big Bear,” Sonny Liston was an early version of George Foreman. Big, nasty, mean, and complete with power.
#3 Joe Louis - Top 10 of Boxing’s Most Terrifying Fighters
When it comes to talking about the greatest boxer ever in the heavyweight division, it almost always boils down to Muhammad Ali or Joe Louis.
#2 George Foreman - Top 10 of Boxing’s Most Terrifying Fighters
Down to two fighters and the top two are arguably the scariest boxers in any division at any time in boxing’s long history. George Foreman knew as “Big George” was just that…BIG.
#1 Mike Tyson - Top 10 of Boxing’s Most Terrifying Fighters
We’ve reached the top of the heap and for my top choice, it can be none other than “Iron Mike” Tyson who may be #1 on any other feared fighter list.
The .400 Club
In Major League Baseball there is an exclusive club of players who have finished a season with a batting average above .400. It is such a rare feat that in the history of pro baseball only 28 players have achieved it.
The Larry Browns of Super Bowl M.V.P.s
When a player in the National Football League reaches the Super Bowl with his respective team and then wins the game’s Most Valuable Player Award is it a case of that player having the game of his life or how often does one of the league’s best players ac
Dear Toronto Raptors, You Are Champions Now
Congratulations! How does it feel to be up there, at the top of the basketball world? How’s the celebration of your victory? How’s Las Vegas?
Can Kevin Durant Come Back From His Achilles Injury?
You can’t defeat greatness. Professional athletes all over the world overcome incredible hurdles and roadblocks to become members of an elite group that just about every child wants to be a part of. You can’t defeat greatness, but you can make it hard for