Throwback Thursday: "Shadow" Maber Thumps Danny Needham

(William "Shadow" Maber; via) Trying to nail down traits of the typical "old timey" boxing character seems easy enough: funny stance, some type of sash, badly-fitting trousers and an epic mustache. To plant the stereotype's roots deeper still, add a dash of  jail time to a pinch of bar fighting hooligan and you have the "American Dream" of...
Via The Queensbury Rules
January 23, 2014  |  Discuss

From Beyond The Grave - Classics In Print

"In two rounds other than the deciding one the crowd was lifted to its feet by knockdowns. In the sixteenth Ketchel landed a right and left swing to the body and the jaw that stretched Thomas flat on his back, near the center of the ring and it looked as though everything was over. But the Californian was on his feet at the count of 'four,' and succeeded in keeping away...
Via The Queensbury Rules
May 28, 2012  |  Discuss

M. Soccer. Catching Up with Tommy Ryan

Senior co-captain Tommy Ryan will be playing in his final home games this weekend. He took a few minutes to answer some questions from
Via Stanford University Athletics
November 03, 2011  |  Discuss
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