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November 09, 1998
Flight Night Prince Naseem Hamed's entrance was scarier than his punches on Halloween, when he retained his WBO featherweight title by mostly running from challenger Wayne McCullough (118).
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November 09, 1998

Leading Off

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Flight Night
Prince Naseem Hamed's entrance was scarier than his punches on Halloween, when he retained his WBO featherweight title by mostly running from challenger Wayne McCullough (118).

Don't Take a Drop!
Rick Christen blithely ignored the hazards and whacked a few golf balls from the top of the balloon Rainbow Rider into the ether at 6,500 feet in the Oregon Cascades.

Where's WaldO?
Only the Witness Protection Program offered a better place to hide than the 32,000 runners who packed the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge on Sunday at the start of the New York City Marathon.

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