“Boston Strong Boy” J. Corbett was the last bare-knuckle champion in the sport of boxing . His fall from grace marked the end of the bare-knuckle era once and for all when challenger L. Sullivan landed a KO in the 21st round.
It was shocking 7 hours and 19 minutes of boxing!the longest boxing match ever recorded with the refree declaring it as a "no contest" at the end.If there’s any fight that shows the won’t-quit nature of boxing, it was Bowen vs. Burke.
LaMotta's title reign ended on Feb. 14, 1951,in a fight that became known as the St. Valentine's Day Massacre when Robinson defeated him in the 13th round at Chicago.
One of the most iconic fights where both fighters were undefeated , Ali coming out of prison after his exile was vying against the chapionship title holder of that time
The fight,held in Zaire in October of 1974 saw two of the most powerful boxers of sport’s history face-off.In 1996, an award-winning documentary was made on this fight alone.
Ironically dubbed as the “The Brawl in Montreal,” the fight is regarded to be all-time favorite. Ray reverted to his signature style superior speed to confuse Durán, who in the 8th round waved his glove and quit.
Infamously referred to as The Bite Fight, Mike Tyson II sealed his boxing legacy after he bit off a part of Holyfield's ear. Visibly, Tyson was disqualified from the match and lost his boxing license, though it was later reinstated.
This trilogy of fights is considered the greatest fights witnessed by the sport.In the last round, both fighters just unleashed as many shots as they could on each other and as soon as the final bell rang, they both fell into each other's arms.
The “Fight of the Century” became the highest-grossing fight of the history.It generated an insane $400 million and 4.6 million pay-per-view buys.
Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury star in two epic fights. Both fighters own their unique styles of fighting. They say Wilder posed the most devastating right hand in boxing. Meanwhile, Fury could move through punches.