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December 10, 1979 | Pat Putnam
For Mills Lane, who refereed the brawling, bloody middleweight title fight which preceded the Leonard-Benitez bout at Caesars Palace, the outcome was as apparent as the many cuts on Vito Antuofermo's craggy face....
March 13, 1980
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 26, 1981 | Pat Putnam
Middleweight champ Hagler's obscure No. 1 challenger was sent into oblivion
February 12, 1981
COMMOTION OVER A PAIR OF SURRENDERSThe shocks reverberate still. The most voluble athlete of his time, Muhammad Ali, lost his bid for a fourth world heavyweight title in utter silence, failing to come out for the...
June 22, 1981 | Clive Gammon
When middleweight champion Marvin Hagler and Vito Antuofermo put their heads together, the loser in every way was the bloody challenger