Through the years, the Boston area has been a hotbed for top fighters. From Rocky Marciano to Marvelous Marvin Hagler, there is a long line of legendary boxers with Massachusetts roots. Boston is still producing great fighters, but with the popularity of boxing fading, that fertile training ground now belongs to mixed martial arts view original article >>
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