Found November 13, 2013 on Streaming Sports Talk:
     He was a classy boxer/puncher from New Jersey who appeared destined for greatness. Harold “The Shadow” Knight took a glossy 19-0 record into the ring in an attempt to win a world title. It would be his only chance. Harold became a professional fighter in 1983 at the age of nineteen. It would not take him long to establish himself as a hot prospect and soon a legitimate contender. Harold won his first twelve fights going into 1987. In his thirteenth bout he halted Rene Resto in two rounds. It was Harold’s ninth knockout victory. One month later Knight scored an impressive four round stoppage of Darrell Savoy. This led to an important opportunity for Knight. He was matched with world ranked Kenny Baysmore for the USBA super featherweight title. Harold served notice that he was ready for the big time beating the game Baysmore in seven rounds.    “The Shadow” was now hoping for a shot at the world title. He scored kayo wins over Rafael Gandarilla and Sylvester Kennon. Then he put...
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