Danny Jacobs and the 5 Most Inspirational Boxing StoriesBilly Miske William Arthur Miske, aka the “Saint Paul Thunderbolt,” started his career as a middleweight in 1913, during what would later come to be called the “no decision era,” eventually fighting at light heavyweight and heavyweight for the remainder of his career.
I had the pleasure of being invited onto a talk show for an interview.If you would like to know some more about me, you may enjoy listening to Tarryn's introductory interview about me and NAPS 2 B Fit...Customized Health + Fitness Programs. This is about a 25 minute show with Tarryn wearing headphones and me on the phone, off screen.The location/link is:GoTarryn TV Audio Podcast with Natalie Smith - Episode 481.Have a great day.
There’s No Crying in Boxing – 2/7/1997 By K. Thor Jensenr One of the most colorful men in the history of boxing is Oliver McCall, the man known as the “Atomic Bull.” McCall has enjoyed a turbulent career in the ring, but his most amazing -- and bizarre -- moment was his rematch with Lennox Lewis in 1997. McCall had beaten Lewis in an upset in 1994 for the WBC title, so there was a lot on the line.