Boxing

What Kind Of At-Home Boxing Moves Make A Fighter?

The Huffington Post Canada | Rebecca Zamon | Posted 08.08.2012 | Canada Living

Clear away those dusty Tae Bo DVDs -- it's time for a real boxing workout. With women's boxing showcased at the Olympics for the first time ever th...

Did Trudeau Put Liberals Back in the Ring?

Jennifer A. Smith | Posted 06.04.2012 | Canada
Jennifer A. Smith

As a political metaphor, Justin Trudeau's boxing victory over Conservative Senator Patrick Brazeau is a whole other story. The Liberals have gotten used to thinking of themselves as losers, so nobody was more surprised than they to see Trudeau triumph against such an adversary. Because really, who expects the Liberals to win at anything anymore? If the Liberals are smart, they won't even try to manipulate this. They'll just let the image of Trudeau wiping the smirk off Brazeau's bleeding face sink in and work it's magic.

Who Is the Greatest Boxing Champion of All Time?

Peter Worthington | Posted 02.17.2012 | Canada
Peter Worthington

For what it's worth, I'm one who thinks Louis in his prime was arguably the greatest of all heavyweights. He fought every contender in the golden age of boxing winning 21 on his title matches by knockouts. Unmatched for power, hand speed, ring strategy, heart.

Remembering Joe Frazier

Yoni Goldstein | Posted 01.09.2012 | Canada
Yoni Goldstein

Boxing is sport at its most basic -- two men standing toe-to-toe, fighting for their beliefs, for self-preservation and, most significantly, for honour. The winner is the one who hurts his opponent more -- but survival is a victory in and of itself. In Manila, Frazier survived, even if he didn't win. Joe was always proud of that.