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DVD-2
NEWS
ESPN clip of Ray Mercer bribing Jesse Ferguson to lose fight (while they were in the ring actually fighting) case goes to court (1994)
Ferguson was brought in as an opponent for Ray Mercer on the undercard of a Riddick Bowe title defense against Michael Dokes. Mercer was expected to knock Ferguson out and fight Bowe for the title. Instead Mercer showed up ill prepared and Ferguson, perhaps motivated by the big stage, dominated him. At one point Mercer allegedly offered Ferguson a bribe to "lay down,"(by whispering in Ferguson's ear during the fight) realizing his big shot at Bowe was slipping away from him. Ferguson refused the money and won a unanimous decision. UPDATE (4/18/1994) Ray Mercer, the 1988 Olympic gold medalist boxer who has been accused of offering his opponent a bribe in the ring, has been acquitted by a jury in New York. After a two-week trial in Manhattan, a jury acquitted the heavyweight contender on a charge of sports bribery, saying essentially that Mercer did not offer Jesse Ferguson $100,000 to throw their (Feb. 6, 1993) match. Videotape of the bout at Madison Square Garden allegedly disclosed that starting in the third round, Mercer repeatedly offered Ferguson the money if he took a dive. Mercer, who lost the 10-round fight in a unanimous decision, was later indicted on a charge that he tried to bribe Ferguson. The 31-year old Mercer showed no emotion during the verdict, but afterward, said he hopes to resume his career soon.(BNET)
ESPN
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DVD-3
PRE FIGHT
Showtime - Preview of Julio Cesar Chavez vs Frankie Randall, Terry Norris vs Simon Brown, Gerald McClellan vs Julian Jackson rematches (1hr)
 
SHOWTIME
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05/07/1994
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DVD-4
INTERVIEW
Panamanian TV interview with Roberto Duran in Spanish covering his career from 1967-1984 (2hr)
Great rare interview!
PANAMANIAN
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01/01/1984
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DVD-9
TELEVISION
I Dream of Jeanie tv series episode 'The Strongest Man in the World' (30min) (Comedy)
Major Nelson is forced to enter the Armed Forces heavyweight boxing championships after 'Jeanie' gives him 1-punch k.o. power!!! JERRY QUARRY is the trainer, MAXIE 'SLAPSIE' ROSENBLOOM plays a drunk janitor who saves the day and Major Nelson!!
 
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11/18/1968
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DVD-9
TELEVISION
O.J. Simpson 'live' escape footage (Pt 1) (6/94) (30min)
SEE DVD-13 for pt 2
CNN
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DVD-10
INTERVIEW
Bert Sugar interview with Roberto Duran (5/1994) (10min)
 
CABLE
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DVD-13
TELEVISION
O.J. Simpson 'live' escape footage (Pt 2) (6/94) (30min)
SEE DVD-9 for pt 1
CNN
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DVD-17
PRE FIGHT
Clip of Roberto Duran vs Vinny Pazienza I pre-fight interview
 
 
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DVD-19
NEWS
Roberto Duran U.K. Tour 1988 - Duran Spars with Nigel Benn & gives exhibition bouts
 
 
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DVD-25
INTERVIEW
Jersey Joe Walcott interview
 
 
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DVD-28
NEWS
ESPN - Ringside report clip on Riddick Bowe, Roberto Duran, Vinny Pazienza, Tommy Morrison
 
 
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06/24/1994
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DVD-28
SPECIAL
Toughman Competition 1994 Las Vegas NV
 
CABLE
 
 
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DVD-33
AMATEUR
Amateur - U.S. Olympic Festival 1994 Boxing Trials , Fox Theater, St Louis MO (50min)
Augie Sanchez, Diego Corrales, Michael Nunnally, Fernando Vargas, Vince Harris,
PRIME/CBS
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DVD-36
PRE FIGHT
Humberto Gonzalez pre-fight interview for 3rd fight with Michael Carbajal (7/1994)
 
 
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DVD-39
NEWS
Showtime - Boxing report (7/1994) (15min)
 
SHOWTIME
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DVD-41a
TELEVISION
Peoples Court with Judge Joseph Wapner tv series episode - Ken Waller bodybuilder (1994) (10min)
 
CABLE
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DVD-41a/b
AMATEUR
Goodwill Games 1994 Boxing Finals- St Petersburg, Russia (30min)
Flyweight 112lb- Waldemar Font dec. Carlos Navarro, 18-14* * Font was disqualified because of a positive drug test for furosemide. No silver medal was awarded. Middle 160lb- Ariel Hernandez dec. Shane Swartz, 8-0. Hi-lites only of the following fights- Super-heavyweight Lance Whitaker of Northridge lost by 17-0 to Russian Alexi Lezin, Light-heavyweight Benjamin McDowell of Fort Bragg, N.C., gave the United States its only boxing gold medal by defeating Dihosvany Vega of Cuba, 9-7. Cuba finished with six gold medals and Russia won five in the 12 weight classes.
ABC
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DVD-41b
INTERVIEW
Talk Live show with Jim Lampley and his wife Bree as they interview Lennox Lewis (7/1994) (15min)
 
CNBC
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DVD-45
INTERVIEW
Interview with Eddie Futch and boxing report
 
 
 
 
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DVD-47
DOCUMENTARY
Muhammad Ali vs Ken Norton : The Trilogy (100min) (2010)
Muhammad Ali vs Ken Norton The Trilogy Sports Arena, San Diego, California 31st March 1973 Forum, Inglewood, California 10th September, 1973 and Yankee Stadium, New York 28th September, 1976.
 
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DVD-52
NEWS
ESPN - Sportscenter (8/1994)
 
ESPN
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DVD-54
DOCUMENTARY
Little Giants: 6 All-Time Great Lightweights (1992) (1hr)
HBO Sports looks at the lives and boxing careers of Benny Leonard, Henry Armstrong, Willie Pep, Sugar Ray Robinson, Roberto Duran, and Sugar Ray Leonard..
HBO
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DVD-55
PRE FIGHT
Showtime - Preview of Julio Cesar Chavez vs Meldrick Taylor II / Felix Trinidad vs Luis Ramone "Yori Boy" Campos / Juan Coggi vs Frankie Randall / Jesse James Leija vs Gabriel Ruelas (9/1994) (20min)
 
SHOWTIME
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DVD-56
INTERVIEW
Boxing Illustrated show - Bert Sugar interviews Roberto Duran (3/1994)
 
CABLE
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DVD-56
NEWS
International Boxing Hall of Fame Inductions 1994
 
ESPN
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DVD-62
INTERVIEW
Boxing Illustrated show - Bert Sugar interviews Don King (9/1994)
 
CABLE
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DVD-67
DOCUMENTARY
Howard Cosell at Large (1hr) (1975)
A profile of the opinionated sports commentator who was arguably the most influential---and despised---of his era. Included: clips of Cosell with his family, interviewing Muhammad Ali and discussing the appeal of football.
ABC
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DVD-74
NEWS
Boxing Illustrated show (30min)
Various boxing topics discussed w/Bert Sugar.
CABLE
 
10/16/1994
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DVD-74a
NEWS
Boxing Illustrated show (30min)
Various boxing topics discussed w/Bert Sugar.
CABLE
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10/27/1994
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DVD-73
AMATEUR
Amateur boxers from around Florida go head to head for action packed boxing club showdowns.
Fort Gatlin Boxing Club show - Fairgrounds Orlando FL 08/27/1994 (5min). Palm Bay Rec. Center Fla vs USMC 8/1994 (10min ). Dunedin Boxing Club show - Fairgrounds New Port Ritchie FL 9/29/1994 (10min) and Orlando Scrapyard Boxing Club show - Orlando FL 10/22/1994 (45min)
AMATEUR
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DVD-75b
NEWS
Boxing Illustrated show (30min)
Various boxing topics w/Bert Sugar PT 2 OF 2 SEE DVD-74a
CABLE
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DVD-78
INTERVIEW
George Foreman interview pre fight with Michael Moorer
 
 
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11/01/1994
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DVD-79
POST FIGHT
ESPN & Sportschannel - Post fight report on George Foreman vs Michael Moorer (11/1994)
 
ESPN
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DVD-79
NEWS
ABC Prime Time show - Report on George Foreman vs Michael Moorer (11/1994)
 
ABC
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DVD-81
AMATEUR
USA vs CUBA Jacksonville, FL (2hr)
A pre Olympic showdown between amateur hopefuls looking to secure a spot on their 1996 Olympic teams!!!
AMATEUR
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10/29/1994
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DVD-85
NEWS
Boxing Illustrated show (11/1994) (30min)
Various boxing topics w/Bert Sugar.
CABLE
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DVD-89
PRE / POST FIGHT
ESPN - Pre & post fight clips of Michael Moorer vs George Foreman bout and Roy Jones vs James Toney (11/1994)
 
ESPN
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DVD-89
INTERVIEW
Newsportalk show - Chet Coppock interview with Tony Paige President of Boxing Writers Association (30min) 11/1994
Topic's include Roy Jones vs James Toney post fight/ESPN clip of Roy Jones and James Toney pre fight press conference.11/1994- Also Mike Tyson being released from prison discussion/Leon Spinks trying to make come back/Howard Davis come back/Michael Moorer retiring/Teddy Atlas interview/Roberto Duran-Pazienza fight/
CABLE
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DVD-93
NEWS
Boxing Illustrated show (12/1994) (30min)
Various boxing topics w/Bert Sugar.
CABLE
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DVD-95
PRE FIGHT
Showtime - Preview of Julio Cesar Chavez/Lopez, Felix Trinidad/Oba Carr, Castro/Jackson (12/94)
 
SHOWTIME
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DVD-95
POST FIGHT
Univision - Post fight of Felix Trinidad/Oba Carr, Jorge Fernando Castro/ John David Jackson, Oscar De La Hoya/John Avila (1994)
 
UNIVISION
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DVD-512
AMATEUR
Palm Bay Boxing Club show - Palm Bay, FL (2hr)
Amateur boxers from around Florida go head to head for an action packed boxing club showdown....in the amateur boxing capital of the USA...Palm Bay!!
AMATEUR
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09/07/1996
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DVD-102
TELEVISION
Saturday Night 'Live' tv series episode - Host George Foreman (90min) (Comedy)
GEORGE FOREMAN/Hole Live from New York, it's... Michael McKean! Sketches include "The Clintons' Gifts," "Time Boxer," "Looking Good," "Matt Foley Trains George," "Uncle Joe," "The Incredible Hulk," "Chris Elliot's Bedtime Story," "Stalking" (film), and "Jackie Stallone's Psychic Circle." Hole performed "Violet" and "Doll Parts."
NBC
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12/17/1994
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DVD-102
PRE FIGHT
Newsportalk show- Chet Coppock pre-fight interviews with James Toney & Oscar De La Hoya
 
CABLE
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DVD-104
DOCUMENTARY
In This Corner : Boxing's Historic Battles: Boxing's 4 Historic Heavyweight Battles (1hr) (1994)
Jack Johnson vs James Jeffries/Joe Louis vs Max Schmeling II/ Muhammad Ali vs Sonny Liston II/Muhammad Ali vs Joe Frazier I. Jim Lampley hosts.
HBO
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DVD-106
SPECIAL
World Toughman 1994 Championships Kansas City, MO (2hr)
 
CABLE
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DVD-107
DOCUMENTARY
The Joe Louis Story : For All Time - (90min) (1984)
''Champion of champions, the greatest of them all.'' That's the way Budd Schulberg describes the hero of ''Joe Louis: For All Time,'' a documentary shown on the Arts & Entertainment Network. Peter Tatum is the director and Brock Peters is the narrator for the ABC Video Enterprises production. Mr. Schulberg, author of ''The Harder They Fall,'' wrote the script for this film profile of the heavyweight boxer. He cannot be accused of exaggeration. Joe Louis Barrow (1914-1981) was born the son of sharecroppers in Alabama. The heavyweight champion at the time was Jack Johnson, a black man who, Mr. Schulberg writes, walked into ''a buzzsaw of prejudice,'' triggering ''a crusade to bring the championship back to white America.'' Joe Louis was raised in Detroit. On his way to violin lessons one day, he was sidetracked by a friend to a local gym. White America would have another, far longer wait. By 1933, Mr. Louis was establishing his reputation in Golden Gloves bouts and was ready to join forces with Jack Blackburn, the trainer who would become a significant influence in his life. Mr. Schulberg believes that the heavyweight champion, larger than life, ''allegorically comes to symbolize his particular era.'' Mr. Louis, certainly, seemed to be the perfect champion for his time. In public, his unfailing decency and dignity gave even the most rabid bigots pause. His color took on international political significance when in 1936 he was knocked out by Max Schmeling, a boxer saddled, unfairly or not, with the trappings of Hitlerian Germany and its theories of Aryan supremacy. Before the rematch in 1938, which Mr. Louis ended after two minutes of the first round, the American champion was invited to the White House, where he remembers President Roosevelt feeling his biceps and remarking: ''These are the type of muscles needed to beat Germany with.'' With plenty of archival footage, the documentary follows Mr. Louis's rise to the top, ticking off names bound to stir veteran fight fans: Jim Braddock, Max Baer, Primo Carnera, King Levinsky, Two-Ton Tony Galento and, in 1941, Billy Conn, who came very close to toppling the champion. The documentary also traces Joe Louis's decline. Mr. Louis was hounded for years by the Internal Revenue Service, finding himself, as Mr. Schulberg puts it, ''on a golden treadmill -the more he earned, the more he owed.'' For a while, desperate to make money, he appeared on the wrestling circuit, surely the bottom of the barrel for a champion boxer. He also had personal problems. Although he carefully avoided scandalous headlines, Mr. Louis became ''a magnet for Sugar Babies,'' which led to marriage problems. Later he would be ensnared in drug problems and a bout of paranoia that would lead to enforced hospitalization. Mr. Louis ended up wearing a large cowboy Stetson as a host for a Las Vegas hotel and gambling casino. A stroke left him noticeably impaired, but he had survived with his basic decency intact. ''For All Time,'' made in 1984, ends with a testimonial dinner mounted by friends who wanted to welcome him back from years of darkness. Frank Sinatra wheels him into the ballroom. Muhammad Ali, Sugar Ray Robinson and Larry Holmes acknowledge their debt to the champion of champions. Mayor Tom Bradley of Los Angeles recalls how, for so many black citizens, Joe Louis was for so long ''our symbol of achievement,'' embodying a sense of dignity. Mr. Louis was, by Executive Order, buried in Arlington National Cemetery with full military honors. He deserved them. And he deserves this splendid documentary written by Budd Schulberg.
 
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DVD-108
DOCUMENTARY
The Jack Johnson Story - (90min) (1971)
Time may have a way of vitiating history, but "Jack Johnson" emerges amazingly alive and fascinating in the documentary biography of the black heavyweight boxing champion of more than 60 years ago, which had its local premiere at the Whitney Museum yesterday. "I like what I do before a crowd," says Brock Peters as the rich baritone off-screen "voice" of the champ. And through this meticulous composition of vintage footage, stills and many of Johnson's actual words, a viewer, even a nonsporting type, also should get to "like" what Johnson did. As the work of Jim Jacobs and William Cayton, who have already given us careful pugilistic histories in "The Legendary Champions" and "a.k.a. Cassius Clay," this history sticks to facts that do not force sympathy for its hero and that really need no footnotes. These are visual and aural facts that somehow limn a more detailed picture of the controversial fighter than the stage and screen versions of Howard Sacker's play "The Great White Hope." These comparisons are inevitable but not really necessary. What we have in this "Jack Johnson" is a portrait of a towering figure, who, right or wrong, obviously was before his time. In this case, simply a good deal more of the man is exposed in these vintage films of his fights and his life outside the ring than was revealed in the previous, forceful stage and screen dramatizations. Against a throbbing modern jazz score by Miles Davis, we are given a smiling, 6-foot 200-pound muscular, bald, Texas black man who happily marries three white women in succession against the shibboleths of his day, who chases and finally wrests the championships from Tommy Burns in Australia in 1908 and on, through triumphs and adversity, to his death in 1946. Controversy obviously was the name of Johnson's game through a variety of "white hopes" who sought to dethrone him until that gigantic Kansas farmer, Jess Willard, did it in Havana in 1915. A good many of these scenes turned up in "The Legendary Champions." But there is a profusion of rarely seen shots, too—such as his thrilling auto race with Barney Oldfield; his Chicago saloon; his life in World War I France; Spain (as an amateur matador); his flight from this country after his trial on morals charges; Russia, where he met Rasputin; his stay in Leaven-worth prison and as an aging but still happy attraction at Hubert's Flea Museum on 42d Street. This, of course, is a special case and a specialized film. But "Jack Johnson" does come through as the picture of a highly unusual, decidedly undefeated man full of life to the end who defiantly stated: "I'm black! They never let me forget it. I'm black all right. I'll never let them forget it!" The Program JACK JOHNSON; screenplay by Al Bodian; directed by William Cayton; produced by Jim Jacobs; director of photography, Larry Garinger; music by Miles Davis; edited by John Dandre; Jack Johnson's narration by Brock Peters; commentary by Kevin Kennedy; presented by The Big Fights, Inc. Bill Cayton- Director
 
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