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April 11, 1983 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
PAY THE PACER, CALL THE TUNE
February 16, 1983
The year won't be remembered for isolated blows, like this mighty right Alexis Arguello unloaded on Aaron Pryor. Fusillades counted for considerably more. In the 14th round of their WBA junior welterweight title...
December 06, 1982 | Edited by Gay Flood
TRAGIC FIGHTSir:I'm an avid boxing fan, but I'm sorry that men have to earn money by stepping into the ring and risking their lives just to please thousands of people, including me. That feeling was intensified by...
November 22, 1982 | Pat Putnam
Alexis Arguello's 38-foot yacht lay at its berth at the King's Bay Yacht Club near Miami, its name, The Champ, lettered in gold on its transom. Also in gold were three crowns painted beneath the name. "You notice how...
November 15, 1982 | Ray Charles Leonard
While the injury to the welterweight champion's eye figured in his decision to quit, the chief factor was that the excitement, the challenge was gone