Skip to main content

Would Joe Louis Would Have beaten Tyson Fury? A Critical Analysis.

  Would Joe Louis Would Have beaten Tyson Fury? A Critical Analysis. Editorial By Robert Brizel, Head Real Combat Media Boxing Correspondent With lineal world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury’s upcoming bout with 20-0 unbeaten Swedish heavyweight prospect Otto Wallin coming up, this reporter suddenly considered an amazing subconscious riddle, Joe Louis, which Fury had already […]

Share

RCM HISTORICAL BOXING: Battling Bartender Lee Savold – Doctor’s Office Mystery Photo Solved

Battling Bartender Lee Savold: Doctor’s Office Mystery Photo Solved Recently, at my doctor’s office in New Jersey, this reporter was confronted with a please ‘solve the mystery’ of the boxing photo on the wall, as in who was the other fighter in the photo with Joe Louis, ‘The Brown Bomber’ who held the world heavyweight […]

Share

RCM HISTORICAL BOXING: When Boxing Was King

  When Boxing Was King By Robert Brizel, Head Real Combat Media Boxing Correspondent   Sportswriter Robert Brizel’s education with boxing history today centers around boxing’s most famous emotional ‘relationship’, good, indifferent or otherwise.   Muhammad Ali and Smokin’ Joe Frazier are no longer with us. Many other famous heavyweight names have slipped into the […]

Share

RCM HISTORICAL BOXING: Best Boxing Entrance: Prince Naseem Hamed in Thriller

  Best Boxing Entrance: Prince Naseem Hamed in Thriller By Robert Brizel, Head Real Combat Media Boxing Correspondent   The best boxing entrance in my view was Prince Naseem Hamed’s ’Thriller’ ring entrance in 1998. More show than hype, perhaps created, perhaps contrived, it was pure originality.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jZvBDYS6hsY Prince Naseem Hamed arrives dancing to […]

Share

RCM HISTORICAL BOXING: Billy Conn’s Brilliant Game Plan on Joe Louis, and Where He Went Wrong

  Billy Conn’s Brilliant Game Plan on Joe Louis, and Where He Went Wrong By Robert Brizel, Head Real Combat Media Boxing Correspondent   The world heavyweight title bout between Joe Louis and Billy Conn, their first meeting at the Polo Grounds in New York City on June 18, 1941, remains one of the top […]

Share

RCM HISTORICAL BOXING: Evander Holyfield, The Hardest Working Heavyweight Champion Ever

    Evander Holyfield, The Hardest Working Heavyweight Champion Ever By Robert Brizel, Head Real Combat Media Boxing Correspondent  *Photo Credit: Robert Brizel, Real Combat Media When one looks at the all-time heavyweight champions list, one finds such familiar names as Rocky Marciano, Muhammad Ali, Joe Louis, George Foreman, Vitali and Wladimir Klitschko, Lennox Lewis, […]

Share

RCM Historical Boxing: Earnie Shavers Atomic Bomb Heavyweight Punches

  Earnie Shavers Atomic Bomb Heavyweight Punches By Robert Brizel, Head Real Combat Media Boxing Correspondent Called ‘The Black Destroyer’ and ‘The Acorn’, Earnie Shavers scored 68 knockouts in his 89 bout career between 1969 and 1995. His final professional record was 74 wins, 14 losses, and one draw (in a rematch with jimmy Young). […]

Share

RCM HISTORICAL BOXING: Great New Rocky Marciano Black and White Highlight Clips Now on YouTube

RCM HISTORICAL BOXING: Great New Rocky Marciano Black and White Highlight Clips Now on YouTube

Great New Rocky Marciano Black and White Highlight Clips Now on YouTube By Robert Brizel, Head Real Combat Media Correspondent Hey heavyweight boxing fight fans! There’s a great black and white boxing clip on YouTube which has the best of the best footage on Rocky Marciano from the fight years 1955 and previous. The clip contains […]

Share

RCM Historical Boxing:Two Ton Tony Galento’s Magic Moment

RCM Historical Boxing:Two Ton Tony Galento’s Magic Moment

  RCM Historical Boxing I’ll Moide De Bum! Two Ton Tony Galento’s Magic Moment By Robert Brizel, Real Combat Media Correspondent He stood 5’9″, and fought his heavyweight boxing career between 183 pounds and 244 pounds. When his weight was on the heavier side, he acquired the nickname ‘Two Ton’, a beer barrel that moved, […]

Share