Showing 1 - 10 of 71 Stories for Aaron Pryor
'I Am Still a Pistol'
So says Roberto Duran, who three years after 'no màs' is challenging Marvin Hagler for his fourth world title
Good Night, Sweet Prince
After 15 glorious years, Alexis Arguello is hanging up his gloves because Aaron Pryor again KO'd his bid for a fourth title
He's the king of Kingston
Champion Bill Costello pleased his hometown by foiling Saoul Mamby
A Detroit tiger for sure
Thomas Hearns was burning bright in Motown, stopping Pipino Cuevas to win the WBA welterweight championship
When The Cheers Turned To Tears
That cocaine could cripple an athlete's career was well established. Then came sudden, shocking proof that it can kill, too—even the young and strong. Don Rogers, a Cleveland Browns defensive back, was buried last Thursday—another cocaine casualty in sports, just eight days after basketball star Len Bias took a fatal dose of the same drug. Here are one man's reflections on those events.
Sorting through big league wannabes seems as futile as efforts to solve the baseball strike
It Was A BYUtiful Opener
Robbie Bosco had a Heisman of a game in BYU's 25th straight win
There were some Open holes
Despite having strong players, CBS's tennis telecasts had obvious faults
BANG, BANG, YOU'RE RED! SURVIVAL IS THE NAME OF THIS COLORFUL NEW GAME
... investigation, those who thought they knew him best—teammates and friends —were left wondering: Who is the real Aaron Hernandez?