A few round selections for the boxing history inclined.
Sugar Ray Leonard vs. Donny Lalonde Round 9 (1988)
Scroll to the 4:00 minute mark, sound is a bit off.
Tommy Morrison vs. Razor Ruddock Round 6 (1995)
Wild, insane round.
George Foreman vs. Jerry Cooney Round 2 (1990)
Dubbed "The Geezers at Ceasers", Foreman blows Cooney away in round 2. Scroll to 5:45 mark.
Joe Louis vs Billy Conn Round 13 (1941)
Light heavyweight champ Billy Conn was way ahead on all scorecards but went after Heavyweight champ Joe Louis anyway. Not a great idea. Crappy recap video below.
Gene Tunney vs. Jack Dempsey Round 7 (1927)
The famous "Battle of the Long Count". Dempsey was not aware of the new rule requiring fighters to go to a neutral corner! No matter, Tunney was ok and goes on to win the fight.
Sugar Ray Robinson vs. Gene Fullmer Round 5 (1957)
This may be the greatest left hook ever thrown. Many new age folks have no idea why anyone that knows anything about boxing always says the original Sugar Ray was the best ever. He was the best fighter I have ever seen. Scroll to the 7:38 mark.
Mickey Ward vs. Arturo Gotti Round 9 (2002)
I use to make sandwiches for Mickey Ward at a store I worked at in college, and he regularly sparred with fighters at my gym. I had no idea he would go on to such heights and a film about his life! Round 9 here is just brutal.
End the show with the single greatest round of all time.
Marvin Hagler vs. Thomas Hearns Round 1 (1985)
Have a good night.