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This set comes with full professional motion menus with music, chaptered rounds, complete set in chronological order on 15 high quality DVDs. Includes premium cases and artwork printed on the DVDs.
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I have just received my order from your company and couldn't have been happier. The artwork on the DVDs was excellent and having the fights printed on each disc helps greatly. I purchased from the other company before and can definitely say that yours is the only company I'll be doing business with from now on. Keep up the good work and look forward to doing a lot of business with you in the future. Oh and by the way, getting the fights delivered in just a few days was a big plus.
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   SUGAR RAY LEONARD 36 fights on 15 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Sugar Ray Leonard vs Limasov
Sugar Ray Leonard vs Beyer
Sugar Ray Leonard vs Szczerba
Sugar Ray Leonard vs Aldama
Fights Boxing DVD 11
Sugar Ray Leonard vs Hagler
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SUGAR RAY LEONARD 36 fights on 15 boxing DVDS
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Sugar Ray Leonard 36 Career Boxing Fights On 15 DVDs With  Motion Menus
Fights Boxing DVD 7
Sugar Ray Leonard vs Green
Sugar Ray Leonard vs Duran I
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Sugar Ray Leonard vs Prada
Sugar Ray Leonard vs Gant
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Sugar Ray Leonard vs Vega
Sugar Ray Leonard vs W. Rodriguez
Sugar Ray Leonard vs Santore
Sugar Ray Leonard vs Estrada
Sugar Ray Leonard vs J. Muniz
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Sugar Ray Leonard vs Chiaverini
Sugar Ray Leonard vs Price
Sugar Ray Leonard vs Ranzany
Sugar Ray Leonard vs Benitez
Fights Boxing DVD 9
Sugar Ray Leonard vs Kalule
Sugar Ray Leonard vs Hearns I
Sugar Raymond Charles "Ray" Leonard (born May 17, 1956) is an American former professional boxer, motivational speaker, and occasional actor. Often regarded as one of the greatest boxers of all time, Leonard was part of "The Fabulous Four" a group of boxers who all fought each other throughout the 1980s, consisting of himself, Roberto Duran, Thomas Hearns and Marvin Hagler. "The Fabulous Four" created a wave of popularity in the lower weight classes that kept boxing relevant in the post-Muhammad Ali era. Leonard was also the first boxer to earn more than $100 million in purses, won world titles in five weight divisions, including a run as the undisputed welterwight champion, and defeated future fellow international Boxing Hall of Fame inductees Hearns, Duran, Hagler, and Wilfred Benitez. Leonard was named "Boxer of the Decade" in the 1980s.
Early Life
Leonard, the fifth of seven children of Cicero and Getha Leonard, was born in Rocky Mount, North Carolina. He was named after Ray Charles, his mother's favorite singer. The family moved to Washington, D.C., when he was three, and they settled permanently in Palmer Park, Maryland when he was ten. His father worked as a supermarket night manager and his mother was a nurse. He attended Parkdale High School. Leonard was a shy child, and aside from the time he nearly drowned in a creek during a flood in Seat Pleasant, Maryland, his childhood was uneventful. He stayed home a lot, reading comic books and playing with his dog. His mother said: "He never did talk too much. We never could tell what he was thinking. But I never had any problems with him. I never had to go to school once because of him.
Amateur career
Leonard Started boxing at the Palmer Park Recreation Center in 1969. His older brother, Roger, started boxing first. Roger helped start the boxing program, urging the center's director, Ollie Dunlap, to form a team. Dave Jacobs, a former boxer, and Janks Morton volunteered as boxing coaches. Roger won some trophies and showed them off in front of Ray, goading him to start boxing.
In 1972, Leonard boxed in the featherweight quarterfinals of the National AAU Tournament, losing by decision to Jerome Artis. It was his first defeat. Later that year, he boxed in the Eastern Olympic Trials. The rules stated that a boxer had to be seventeen to box in international competition, so Leonard, only sixteen, lied about his age. He made it to the lightweight semifinals, losing a disputed decision to Greg Whaley, who took such a beating that he wasn't allowed to continue in the trials and never boxed again.
Sarge Johnson, assistant coach of the U.S. Olympic Boxing Team, said to Dave Jacobs, "That kid you got is sweet as sugar". The nickname stuck. However, given his style and first name, it was probably only a matter of time before people started calling him Sugar Ray, after the man many consider to be the best boxer of all time, Sugar Ray Robinson. In 1973, Leonard won the National Golden Gloves Lightweight Championship, but lost to Randy Shields in the lightweight final of the National AAU Tournament. The following year, Leonard won the National Golden Gloves and National AAU Lightweight Championships. Leonard suffered his last two losses as an amateur in 1974. He lost a disputed decision to Anatoli Kamnev in Moscow, after which, Kamnev gave the winner's trophy to Leonard. In Poland, Kazimierz Szczerba was given a decision victory over Leonard, even though he was dominated in the first two rounds and dropped three times in the third. Leonard won the National Golden Gloves and National AAU Light Welterweight Championships in 1974. The following year, he again won the National AAU Light Welterweight Championship, as well as the Light Welterweight Championship at the Pan American Games.
In 1976, Leonard made the U.S. Olympic Team as the light welterweight representative. The team also included Leon and Michael Spinks, Howard Davis Jr., Leo Randolph, Charles Mooney, and John Tate. Many consider the 1976 U.S. team to be the greatest boxing team in the history of the Olympics. Leonard won his first four Olympic bouts by 5-0 decisions. He faced Kazimierz Szczerba in the semifinals and won by a 5-0 decision, avenging his last amateur loss. In the final, he boxed the great Cuban knockout artist Andres Aldama, who scored five straight knockouts to reach the final.
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Sugar Ray Leonard vs Ecklund
Sugar Ray Leonard vs Mayweather
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Sugar Ray Leonard vs Marcotte
Sugar Ray Leonard vs Gonzalez
Sugar Ray Leonard vs Viruet
Sugar Ray Leonard vs Geraldo
Fights Boxing DVD 8
Sugar Ray Leonard vs Duran II
Sugar Ray Leonard vs Bonds
Fights Boxing DVD 10
Sugar Ray Leonard vs Finch
Sugar Ray Leonard vs Howard
Fights Boxing DVD 13
Sugar Ray Leonard vs Duran III
Fights Boxing DVD 12
Sugar Ray Leonard vs Lalonde
Sugar Ray Leonard vs Hearns II
Fights Boxing DVD 14
Sugar Ray Leonard vs Norris
Sugar Ray Leonard vs Camacho
Fights Boxing DVD 15
Sugar Ray Leonard: Beyond The Glory
Sugar Ray Leonard: No Mas