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The end of the journey came with only six seconds to go in the 15th round. Earlier in the round a left uppercut to the chin had dropped Wilfred Benitez, and two more punches persuaded the referee to stop the bout. At...
January 21, 1980 | William Nack
Inscrutable Leon got his act together—for now—and KO'd Alfredo Evangelista
October 29, 1979 | Pat Putnam
John Tate, who was created wholly by God, battered Gerrie Coetzee and his vaunted "bionic" right hand in Pretoria to win the vacant WBA heavyweight championship
July 16, 1979 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
DANGER: PCBs AT WORK
July 02, 1979 | John Underwood
Gerrie Coetzee is a hero worshiper. His idol is Muhammad Ali, no small concession for a South African Voortrekker. Coetzee (pronounced coat-SEE-ah) has a full-size poster of Ali in his bedroom in the Transvaal, where...