Hagler vs. Leonard

An epic clash of Boxer vs Brawler.

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  • Mark Olson

    Reply Reply October 28, 2017

    I actually saw everyone of these fights if it was on tv. Both of these guys were truly superstars in my humble opinion. I started of favoring Ray in any fight he was in regardless of who he fought. I saw Ray fight Roberto Duran what was it twice or three times. All these fights were extremely exciting for me I had the greatest respect for Ray as he was a fantastic technician as well as a brawler and of course he had the magic hands and he was very smart and a refined gracious man. These were the most exciting fights for me I ever watched excluding of course Ali but it didn’t matter to me who Ray was fighting if it was Duran, Marvin or Hearns these were fights I enjoyed more than any other fights in fact I really didn’t watch all that much boxing it just wasn’t all that exciting to me until Ray came on the scene then I watched every fight if it was on network TV and Ray was my favorite but Duran fought some truly great fights with Ray as well as Marvin and my respect grew tremendously you know when Ray didn’t fight as much Marvin became my man he was tough as nails but Ray stands out as my favorite boxer of all time because he was a technician and I had great respect for that and of course his speed was legendary. I liked the fact that he had fantastic fighting skills plus he was smart to and in my mind elevated the perception of a great boxer because he wasn’t just a brute and a caveman he had brains and fighting skills. I was greatly sorry to see him go but when he got out due to his eye he again showed he had brains and because of that he was able to make a very wise decision to bow out of fighting before he got permanently damaged. GREAT GUY AND GREAT FIGHTER HE ELEVATED THE IMAGE OF THE GAME AND WAS A FANTASTIC ENTERTAINER AS WELL.

  • Mark Olson

    Reply Reply October 28, 2017

    I still haven’t seen any fighter slip and weave and cause so many punches to miss because of what the intended target did to make the punch miss as you. When you did that video where you didn’t even fight back with punches but you still won clearly and nobody was in dispute about who won especially the guys that tried to hit you. That was without a doubt one of the very best pieces of work I have ever seen in my life concerning unarmed combat. That would be a priceless skill for anyone to have in their toolbox.

  • Mark Olson

    Reply Reply October 28, 2017

    I also enjoy your sense of humor a lot. You make me laugh and that’s good

  • Gall

    Reply Reply October 28, 2017

    A draw, although a very hard fought 1

  • Steve

    Reply Reply October 28, 2017

    Now THAT was an exciting boxing rivalry!

  • Kenn Davis

    Reply Reply October 28, 2017

    Bad call!

  • Chris

    Reply Reply October 28, 2017

    This was so epic. I still remember it well. I can’t believe that it was more than 30 years ago. I wish we had guys like Hagler and Leonard today. Not totally fair to call Hagler a brawler because he could box. I think Hagler got robbed in losing this fight, even though Leonard was a great boxer.

  • Anonymous

    Reply Reply October 28, 2017

    Between these two, along with Thomas Hearns and Roberto Duran, this was my favorite time and division in Boxing history.

  • Ken

    Reply Reply October 28, 2017

    Between these two, Thomas Hearns and Roberto Duran, this was my favorite time and division in boxing history.

  • James

    Reply Reply October 28, 2017

    What a great fight in a great era for boxing. The good old days.

  • Dave

    Reply Reply October 28, 2017

    How could they not have brain damage.

  • john

    Reply Reply October 28, 2017

    118 for Leonard???? was that crazy lady from the GGG v. Canillo fight working back then?

    • Bryson

      Reply Reply October 28, 2017

      Lol! Exactly my sentiments

    • Frank

      Reply Reply October 29, 2017

      Interesting seeing it again, agree, at the time I thought Hagler should have got the nod if only because to take a title, you got to really go in and ‘take it’

      Leonard knew he couldn’t risk mixing it too much, that said, he frustrated Hagler, and Hagler couldn’t seem to get the body shots working.

  • Anonymous

    Reply Reply October 28, 2017

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JdsYQYHCkno

    This is Marvin Hagler in 2014 and he looks damn well for taking those too many punches to the head!

  • Franco Rojas

    Reply Reply October 28, 2017

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JdsYQYHCkno

    This is Marvin Hagler in 2014 and he looks damn well for taking those too many punches to the head!

  • Tony

    Reply Reply October 29, 2017

    How the hell do you pick a winner in that fight?

  • Spartan

    Reply Reply October 29, 2017

    Chin if Adamantium.

  • John Carnahan

    Reply Reply November 4, 2017

    I forgot how absolutely incredible these fights were…thanks for posting!

  • steve m.

    Reply Reply November 10, 2017

    OFCOURSE AN EPIC FIGHT BY BOTH…. MY FEELING IS THAT HAGLER WON IT!!!! I NEVER LIKED LEONARD….DIDN’T SEE HIM WINING DECISIVELY OVER HAGLER.. ESPECIALLY AS THIS WAS CHAMPIONSHIP BOUT. NOP….. i never could respect a flashy dancer /runner /showman like leonard…. HE was always given way too much praise….HAGLER IS SUPERIOR TO ME ….REAL FIGHTER… BOXER AND BRAWLER!

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