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Legendary Nights 13 fight documentary on 4
boxing DVDs is a 13-part documentary series spotlighting the 13 most
memorable fights of the past 30 years, coupled alongside commentary
LEGENDARY NIGHTS 13 FIGHTS ON 4
NIGHTS 13 fights on 4 boxing DVDs
Boxing DVD 1
Legendary Nights Leonard vs Hearns
Cooney vs Holmes
Legendary Nights Arguello vs Pryor
Hagler vs Hearns
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A 13-part series highlighting top boxing matches that aired on HBO
during its first 30 years. Among them: Sugar Ray Leonard vs Tommy
Hearns (1981), Mike Tyson's first loss (to Buster Douglas, in 1990)
and the three Evander Holyfield vs Riddick Bowe heavyweight fights.
HBO blow-by-blow voice Jim Lampley readily admits he is an emotional
sort. If something touches a nerve, Lampley has no problems shedding
tears (Dick Vermeil has nothing on him). And he knew that as he prepared
to participate in the reboot of "Legendary Nights: The Tale of Gatti-Ward"
... well, crying was a strong possibility if not a certainty.
wondered if I could take a pill or something; I mean, seriously,"
he said with a chuckle, reflecting on the input he gave to the show.
"I said to myself, 'What is it that I can do during this interview
to avoid being overemotional?' and literally, I tried biting my tongue.
I tried to think of other things while they were asking the questions.
I tried everything possible to avoid getting overly emotional and
I couldn't do it and it didn't surprise me because I am an emotional
person and I am known to go over that edge."
In earlier editions
of "Legendary Nights," Lampley got teary-eyed over George Foreman's
upset over Michael Moorer. This is a man not afraid to express his
"I did eulogies for Emanuel Steward or for our sound
guy, Paul Hoggatt and I didn't want to do it in this case," explained
Lampley, who called all three bouts between Arturo Gatti and Micky
Ward for the network. "I wanted to be able to sit there and do the
interview but Pat Lynch (Gatti's former manager) got emotional. Even
Lou DiBella (who promoted Ward through those events), I saw a twinkle
in his eye. So I think that all of us had some of the same feelings
about what we were talking about."
Boxing DVD 4
Legendary Nights Gatti vs Ward
Fights Boxing DVD
Legendary Nights Foreman vs Moorer
Legendary Nights Bowe vs Golota
Nights De La Hoya vs Trinidad
Legendary Nights Tyson vs Lewis
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Legendary Nights Hagler vs Leonard
Nights Tyson vs Douglas
Legendary Nights Chavez vs Taylor
Nights Holyfield vs Bowe