Ad Wolgast – The true story of the boxer and the goat

LIKE another thunderous product from Cadillac, Michigan, the famous Shay locomotive, Ad Wolgast tore through the lightweight division for a few tumultuous years before derailing spectacularly in the kind of tragic circumstances all too common in prizefighting. If the appeal of boxing rests on its peculiar ability to dramatise – […]

Roy Jones – a fighter in a million

ROY JONES JNR was at ease before his retirement bout against Scott Sigmon in February 2018. That wasn’t a surprise, considering that a journeyman like Sigmon probably wouldn’t have lasted three rounds with a prime Jones. This wasn’t a prime Jones, who, at 49, was about to take the walk […]

Hearts had some luck against Falkirk – Stendel

Daniel Stendel confessed Hearts had luck on their side as they reached the quarter-finals of the Scottish Cup with a narrow victory over Falkirk. Sean Clare’s second-half penalty was the decisive moment in a match that sprung to life after the break. The weather conditions ensured it was always going […]

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