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long-awaited book on new mexico’s rich boxing history now shipping

Finally out! “Boxing in New Mexico: A History 1868-1940.” Books are now shipping! About the Book On June 28, 1868, a group of men gathered alongside a road 35 miles north of Albuquerque to witness a 165-round, 6-hour bare-knuckle brawl between well-known Colorado pugilist Barney Duffy and “Jack,” an unidentified fighter who died of his [...]

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“The First Black Boxing Champions” in production

The First Black Boxing Champions: Essays on Fighters of the 1800s to the 1920s has gone into production and will be available this Fall/Winter by McFarland Press.  The book, edited by Colleen Aycock & Mark Scott,  presents 15 detailed biographies of some of the first African American and black champions and challengers of the early [...]

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