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Terry Norris

45 Greatest Fighters Of The Last 45 Years – 29: Terry Norris

Terry Norris was one of the ten greatest fighters of the 1990s. At 5’9”, he was an incredible boxer-puncher who dominated the 154-pound division. From 1990-1997, Norris reigned on three occasions as WBC super welterweight Champion and was the first boxer in the history of the division to unify the title with another sanctioning body….

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Greatest Knockouts in Boxing History: 25-21

Robert Silva is counting down the greatest knockouts of all-time. Here are the previous lists in case you need to catch up: 50-46 45-41 40-36 35-31 30-26 Onto the top 25… 25: James Toney Vs Michael Nunn May 10, 1991 Davenport, Iowa Venue: John O’Donnell Stadium Going into his fifth defense of his IBF world…

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Greatest Knockouts in Boxing History: 30-26

This is the continuation of Robert Silva’s countdown of the greatest knockouts in boxing history. You can read his previous pieces below. 50-46 45-41 40-36 35-31 30: Wilfred Benitez Vs Maurice Hope May 23, 1981 Las Vegas, Nevada Venue: Caesar’s Palace In my soon to be 44 years of watching and following the sport of…

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Greatest Super Welterweights In Boxing History: Terry Norris

Robert Silva writes about the third greatest Super Welterweight of all-time, Terrible Terry Norris.

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