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Boxing legends TV counts down the Top 10 most Shocking Unsolved Mysteries In Boxing History https://youtu.be/Dn11v4Et9Q0 Music Used: Intro - Onyx (Last Days) Background Track I - Raisi K (Bikini Bottom Way) Background Track II - Huma Huma (Not Too Cray) Background Track III - Eyez Elite Sessions Pt2 (Instrumental) Outro - Big L & Jay z 1995 freestyle (instrumental)
George Foreman vs Muhammad Ali - George Foreman defends the Heavyweight Championship of the World for the third time against former Champion, Muhammad Ali. Ali at 32, had been given little change against the fearsome puncher who had knocked out both Frazier and Norton, whom both had beaten ali in the past, in 2 rounds. The fight took place in Kinshasa, Zaïre (todays Congo), and was put together by promotor Don King. This is considered by many as the most significent fight of Muhammad Alis career. The fight was called Fight of the Year for 1974. - Their records at the time George Foreman: 40-0 Muhammad Ali: 44-2
You won't believe what these fighters got up to outside of the ring. Join Boxing Legends TV as we take a look at some of the worst crimes committed by professional fighters. Episode 1 focuses on Ike Ibeabuchi, Rubin Carter and James 'The Harlem Hammer' Butler
A Nomad is an individual who may or may not be a member of an outlaw motorcycle club, and not bound by geographic territory, or perhaps one which has not yet established one. There are exceptions to Nomads being members of outlaw clubs. One instance is military veterans' clubs, whose members may be scattered across the U.S., but yet do not have enough members in a particular area to form a club chapter. Most motorcycle club members wear a territorial rocker (i.e., the bottom patch on the back of the jacket) which signifies what city/locale, state, or province their chapter is located in. A Nomad's territorial rocker, however, will simply say "Nomad" or "Nomads". This means that they hold no particular allegiance to a specific club chapter or area but should be respected and accepted widely by the club as a full member. Whilst a Nomad has the right to be hosted by any chapter he appears at, he cannot direct a chapter as each one acts as an autonomous unit within the rules of the parent club. Nomads sometimes live in geographical areas which had fewer than the required numbers to form a chapter. They may have chosen to live somewhat solitary lives, or they may have been sent to an area with a mandate to establish a chapter.
Over the better part of this century, bodybuilders have increased the natural performance of their bodies by using artificial substances. In episode 3 of Swole, we talk to a medical expert about the consequences from the use of anabolic steroids while following the daily routine of Mike Bolkovic, a bodybuilder who’s been injecting testosterone for the past eight years. Mike shares with us how the drug impacted his lifestyle and personal relationships. WATCH NEXT: In Partnership with the NBA, THE WAY WE BALL explores at the top young talent in the NBA from around the world -- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vlwtwUnwzqg&index=2&list=PLyh2_4YA_K7nCz6rso9-Xz-Wz4jO3ZmUI&t=0s Subscribe to VICE Sports here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE-Sports Check out VICE Sports for more: http://www.vicesports.com Follow VICE Sports here: Facebook: https://facebook.com/VICESports Twitter: https://twitter.com/VICESports Instagram: http://instagram.com/vicesports More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideo
There are a lot of misconceptions surrounding the mysterious life of boxer Tommy Morrison, however recent evidence has shed light on possibly the darkest secret ever kept in boxing