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That Eddie Futch lived to 90 without making any enemies was remarkable enough, but considering that almost all those years were spent in boxing, a business in which nice guys generally don't finish at all, it's even...
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MR. FUTCHYour Feb. 27 issue contains one of the finest profiles of a sports figure that I have ever read—Gary Smith's open letter to Mike Tyson about Eddie Futch (Dear Mike...). Smith's insightful character study of...
February 17, 1975 | Mark Kram
Between rounds, they double in psychology and 60-second surgery. Between bouts, they pump fight into fighters. Charley Goldman (right) was a prize oldtimer, but times have changed
November 16, 2009 | PABLO S. TORRE
Even as he preps Manny Pacquiao for the bout of the year, boxing's best trainer is determined to protect his fighters from progressive brain damage—the condition that will one day force him to give up the work he loves