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Boxing

Every promoter’s dream
When boxing promoters dream, they dream of heavyweights fighting in packed arenas. Read full blog
SA people's champ beat 2 greats
One of the best boxers the world has seen once lost at Orlando Stadium in Soweto. Read full blog
A lot of titles and 14 kids
When Jack Lalor retired he had a record of 57 victories, 8 defeats, 8 draws and 29 wins inside the distance. Read full blog
Few stars in yo-yo division
Light-heavyweights hit almost as hard as heavyweights, and they come close to matching middleweights for speed. Read full blog
Tons of talent down the drain
You can have all the talent, and an excellent trainer. But if you are not dedicated you’ll never be a champion. Read full blog
Billy Lotter gave a lot to boxing
Many classy, successful boxers seldom draw big crowds and, as a result, never become promoters’ favourites. Read full blog
Joe would have been 100 now
Former heavyweight champion Joe Louis would have been 100 years old now had he been alive. Read full blog
Prince never became King
Arthur Mayisela’s admirers called him The Fighting Prince. But he never became King of the Ring. Read full blog
Stoffel: leader of the Steyn clan
Stoffel Steyn took his first steps towards a boxing career by walking, tentatively, behind his father. Read full blog
Strange death of the ‘Deacon’
Theodore Flowers, the first African-American world middleweight champion, was a remarkable character. Read full blog
The gory story of the 'Bite Fight'
It was probably the most infamous and bizarre heavyweight title fight in boxing history. Read full blog
A hard man among the heavies
In Don McCorkindale’s days, men were men and boxing was a hard man’s game. Read full blog
Benn v Eubank – what a war!
Boxing was big in the 1990s, one of the sport’s truly golden ages in Britain. Read full blog
How Spinks and Spinks made history
Leon and Michael Spinks will always be among those who made boxing history. Read full blog
Duggie the done-it-all man
One of the most fascinating characters in SA boxing was an all-in-one fellow named Duggie Miller. Read full blog
Three 'strikes' haunted Hagler
Marvin Hagler had to overcome many obstacles before he was inducted into two boxing halls of fame. Read full blog
Fame sidestepped Gert Steyn
Gert Steyn was on the brink of becoming South Africa’s fourth world champion. Then something happened. Read full blog
Cape Town’s first superfight
Not many top-class fights take place in Cape Town and Durban these days. Read full blog
Even bullets didn’t stop Mpush
Mpush Makambi was a fighter. Sometimes he wore boxing gloves, sometimes he carried a rifle. Read full blog
Dempsey’s fight KO’d a town
Boxing was part and parcel of the history of Johannesburg and Kimberley after the discovery of gold and diamonds. Read full blog

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Ron Jackson
Every promoter’s dream
When boxing promoters dream, they dream of heavyweights fighting in packed arenas.

Ron Jackson II
SA people's champ beat 2 greats
One of the best boxers the world has seen once lost at Orlando Stadium in Soweto.