- THE WEEKSOUTHWESTN. Brooks Clark | November 07, 1983
- Rx for the NFLPeter King | December 06, 1993
- SALUTE TO SPEEDDaytona's classic produced a triple hero, added fuel to a feud, and fired up a mobKenneth Rudeen | March 05, 1956
June 23, 1986 | Pat Putnam
Hector Camacho got Edwin Rosario riled up, but the lightweight champ made off with a split-decision win
May 11, 1987 | Pat Putnam
Hector Camacho beat Howard Davis and challenged Mancini
August 17, 1987 | Edited by Steve Wulf
•Chuck Armstrong, the Seattle Mariners' chief operating officer, on the organization's placing third in a local corporate spelling bee: "We're really pleased. This is the highest the Mariners have ever finished."
January 09, 1989 | Edited by Robert Sullivan
•Hector Camacho, who's returning to the ring after a 22-month hiatus: "I can happily say I've made a 100-degree turn in my life."
March 20, 1989 | William Nack
In yet another lucrative fight for over-the-hill guys, Macho Camacho narrowly beat Boom Boom Mancini