Showing 1 - 10 of 221 Stories for Angelo Dundee
'WHO MADE ME—IS ME!'
"I started to smooth him out and put some snap in his punches,"says Angelo. "I told him to forget the Olympic headhunting and to dig in to the body. I told him to ...
'Lawdy, Lawdy He's Great'
Joe Frazier said that of Muhammad Ali, but so fierce and unsparing was their confrontation that the phrase could have applied to them both
Right on for Roberto
Implacable and totally relentless in pursuit of Sugar Ray Leonard, Duran bludgeoned and bruised his way to the welterweight title
Doom in the Desert
The ravages of age and his training regimen left Muhammad Ali helpless before the swift fists of Larry Holmes
'The Fight's Over, Joe'
More than two decades after they first met in the ring, Joe Frazier is still taking shots at Muhammad Ali, but this time it's a war of words
MAN IN THE CHAMP'S CORNER
I'm not an egotistical pig," Angelo Dundee, the manager of Cassius Clay, is saying, biting the ears off the rabbit's head on the end of his swizzle stick. Angelo is ...
Better Not Sell the Old Man Short
The Holmes-Ali title bout once figured to be a grotesque mismatch. It'll be anything but
Sugar Should Frost Him
Thomas Hearns is an imposing physical presence, but in the showdown fight for the welterweight title, he'll find Sugar Ray Leonard too quick and too good
CRUEL ALI WITH ALL THE SKILLS
"He just came to survive," said Angelo Dundee, Clay's trainer. "You can't knock out a fighter if all he wants to do is last." Terrell came to do more than to survive.
THE STORY OF A TRAINER'S COLORFUL CAREER IN THE RING IS NO KNOCKOUT
When his 16-year-old son, Jimmy, crashed his VW into a telephone pole and a fire hydrant, Angelo did make it to the hospital. Jimmy was in ...