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           THOMAS HEARNS 40 fights on 12 boxing DVDs
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THOMAS HEARNS 40  fights on 12 boxing DVDS
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Thomas Hearns 40 Career Boxing Fights On 12 DVDs With Motion Menus
Thomas "The Hitman" Hearns 40 Fight Limited Edition 12 DVD Boxed Set
RARE LIMITED EDITION BOXED SET: Thomas Hearns is one of the most legendary middleweights ever, leading the division with heavy hands and career ending power, he cleaned house in what is known as "the hardest division in the hardest era ever!". With blinding speed and career ending knockouts, he set the standard of what a real fighter should be. This set is loaded with all of the best Thomas Hearns footage, including the showdowns with, Sugar Ray Leonard (1 & 2), Marvin Hagler, and the stunning KO victory over Roberto Duran.
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Thomas Hearns vs Hayman
Thomas Hearns vs Weston
Thomas Hearns vs Curry
Thomas Hearns vs Figueroa
Thomas Hearns vs Colbert
Fights Boxing DVD 10
Thomas Hearns vs Hill
Thomas Hearns vs Barkley II
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Fights Boxing DVD 7
Thomas Hearns vs Andries
Thomas Hearns vs Roldan
Thomas Hearns vs Barkley I
Thomas Hearns vs Kinchen
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Thomas Hearns vs Baez
Thomas Hearns vs Leonard I
Thomas Hearns vs Singletary
Thomas Hearns vs Geraldo
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Thomas Hearns vs Richards
Thomas Hearns vs Espada
Thomas Hearns vs Valdez
Thomas Hearns vs Gazo
Thomas Hearns vs Cuevas
Thomas Hearns vs Primera
Thomas Hearns vs Shields
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Thomas Hearns vs Minchillo
Thomas Hearns vs Duran
Thomas Hearns vs Hutchings
Tale of Hearns/Hagler
Fights Boxing DVD 8
Tale of Hearns/Leonard
Thomas Hearns vs Leonard II
Thomas "Tommy" Hearns (born October 18, 1958) is an American former professional boxer. Nicknamed the "Motor City Cobra" and more famously "The Hitman", Hearns' slender build allowed him to move up over fifty punds in his career and become the first boxer in history to win world titles in four weight divisions: welterwight, light middleweight, middleweight, and light heavyweight. By later winning a super middleweight title, he also became the first to win five world titles in five weight divisions. Hearns was named Fighter of the Year by The Ring magazine in 1980 and 1984; the latter following his one-punch knockout of Roberto Duran. Hearns was known as a devastating puncher throughout his career, even at cruiserweight, despite having climbed up five weight classes.
Early Life
Born in Grand Junction, Tennessee on October 18, 1958, Hearns was the youngest of three children in his mother's first marriage. With her second marriage, six children joined the first three. On her own, Mrs. Hearns raised Tommy and his siblings in Grand Junction until Tommy was five years old; then the family moved to Detroit, Michigan. Hearns had an amateur record of 155-8. In 1977, he won the National Amateur Athletic Union Light Welterweight Championship, defeating Bobby Joe Young of Steubenville, Ohio, in the finals. He also won the 1977 National Golden Gloves Light Welterweight Championship.
Professional career
Hearns began his professional boxing career in Detroit, Michigan, under the tutelage of Emanuel Steward in 1977. Steward had changed Hearns from a light hitting amateur boxer to one of the most devestating punchers in boxing history.
He won six world titles in five weight classes during his pro career, defeating future boxing hall of famers such as Pipino Cuevas, Wilfred Benitez, Virgil Hill and Roberto Duran. Hearns started his career by knocking out his first 17 opponents. In 1980, Hearns carried his 28-0 record into a world title match against Mexico's Pipino Cuevas. Hearns ended Cuevas's 4-year reign by beating him by TKO in the second round. Hearns was voted "Fighter of the Year" by Ring Magazine in 1980.
Hearns vs Leonard
In 1981, Hearns the WBA Champion, with a 32-0 record (30 KOs), fought WBC Champion Sugar Ray Leonard (30-1) to unify the World Welterweight Championship in a bout dubbed "The Showdown." In this legendary fight, Hearns suffered his first professional defeat when Leonard stopped him in the 14th round. In the 13th round, Leonard, behind on points on all 3 judges scorecards, needed a knockout to win. He came on strong and put Hearns through the ropes at the end of the round. Hearns was dazed, totally out of gas and received a count but was saved by the bell. Leonard, with his left eye shut and time running out, resumed his attack in the 14th. Hearns started the round boxing and moving, but after staggering Hearns with an overhand right, Leonard pinned Hearns against the ropes. After another combination to the body and head, referee Davey Pearl stopped the fight. Hearns and Leonard banked a combined 17 million dollars for the fight, making it the largest purse in sports history. The following year, Leonard retired due to a detached retina, and there would be no rematch until 1989.
Light Middleweight Champion
Hearns moved up in weight and won the WBC Super welterweight (154 lb) title from boxing legend and three time world champion Wilfred Benitez (44-1-1) in New Orleans in December 1982, and defended that title against European Champion Luigi Minchillo (42-1) (W 12), Roberto Duran (KO 2), #1 contender Fred Hutchings (29-1) (KO 3) and #1 contender Mark Medal (26-2) (TKO 8). During his reign at this weight, the 2 round destruction of the legendary Roberto Duran, in which he became the first boxer to KO Duran, is seen as his pinnacle achievement, earning him his second Ring Magazine "Fighter of the Year" award in 1984.
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Thomas Hearns vs Benitez
Thomas Hearns vs Sutherland
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Thomas Hearns vs Hagler
Thomas Hearns vs Shuler
Thomas Hearns vs Medal
Thomas Hearns vs Dewitt
Fights Boxing DVD 9
Thomas Hearns vs Olajide
Thomas Hearns vs Morton
Fights Boxing DVD 11
Thomas Hearns vs Maynard
Thomas Hearns vs Ward
Thomas Hearns vs Willis
Fights Boxing DVD 12
Thomas Hearns vs Snyder
Thomas Hearns vs Miller
Thomas Hearns vs Grant