For these young boxers in West Texas, learning to fight means more than throwing a punch.
Elmo Henderson’s entire life story can be summed up in a single moment: when he stepped into the ring in San Antonio one night in 1972 and knocked out Muhammad Ali. At least that’s the way he tells it. And tells it.
The business magazine’s ”30 Under 30” lists were released yesterday—and its sports list surprisingly included two Dallas Stars.
The long, unstoppable decline of the most fearsome boxer to ever come out of San Antonio.
Half a century ago, Terry Daniels was an SMU undergrad majoring in political science who had taken an interest in boxing. Then he found himself in the ring with the heavyweight champion of the world.
And now, thanks to the establishment of the National Amputee Boxing Association, civilian amputees—who have very few opportunities for athletic competition—can.
University of Texas system chancellor Francisco Cigarroa relents on the Julio Cesar Chavez Jr.-Andy Lee fight at the Sun Bowl, with a few conditions.
The first black man to hold boxing’s heavyweight title is finally getting the respect he deserves. Now all he’s owed is a presidential pardon.
The country singer battled former world champ boxer Ann Wolfe for bragging rights in dominoes. So who took home the title?
A middleweight championship bout will not happen in El Paso because of "high security concerns," but some claim this was a racially motivated decision.
HE’S BEEN A WORLD-CLASS practitioner of the martial arts and a champion of the famously brutal “ultimate fighting,” but these days Dallasite Guy Mezger gets his kicks from a sport that is somewhere in between the two. In pancration fighting, combatants can draw on any martial arts technique, and only…
A knockout boxing program in West Texas.
The art of throwing punches, the science of skipping rope, and other reasons why boxing is a hit with me.
Boxing caught its second wind when George Foreman went the distance with the champ, Evander Holyfield.
Boxing is the real school of hard knocks. James Helwig, the Texas Heavyweight Champion, hopes he’ll be able to graduate in time.