Throwback Thursday: Battling Siki Dusts Georges Carpentier, Becomes Champ

A repetitive, yet ever important theme in the world of boxing is how fights unfold parallel to the history of the times. Boxing fed off the momentum of social movements and vice versa, and it still does, with race being perhaps the easiest of fuels to ignite. One of the more obvious examples covered here on TQBR was the Mike Weaver vs. Gerrie Coetzee showdown, which included racial...
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April 10, 2014  |  Discuss

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