Ray Mancini 14 Career Boxing Fights On 8 DVDs With Menus
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                    RAY MANCINI 14 fights on 8 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Ray Mancini vs Ramirez
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RAY MANCINI 14 fights on 8 boxing DVDS
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Fights Boxing DVD 7
Ray Mancini vs Camacho
Ray Mancini vs Haugen
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Ray Mancini vs Arguello
Ray Mancini vs Valdez
Ray Mancini vs Frias
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Ray Mancini vs Espana
Ray Mancini vs Kim
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Ray Mancini vs Feeney
Ray Mancini vs Romero
Ray Mancini vs Torres
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Ray Mancini vs Chacon
Ray Mancini vs Bramble I
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Ray Mancini vs Bramble II
Ray "Boom Boom" Mancini (born Raymond Michael Mancini; March 4, 1961) is a retired American Boxer. He held the World Boxing Association lightweight championship from 1982 to 1984. Mancini inherited his distinctive nickname from his father, veteran boxer Lenny "Boom Boom" Mancini, who laid the foundation for his son's career.
Mancini is part of the 2015 class for the International boxing Hall of Fame.
Early life
Mancini, an Italian American, was born Raymond Michael Mancini in Youngstown, Ohio on March 4, 1961. Boxing played a prominent role in the Mancini family history. Mancini's father, Lenny Mancini (the origianl "Boom Boom"), was a top ranked contender during the 1940s. Lenny Mancini's dream, however, was dashed when he was wounded during world War II. Although Lenny Mancini returned to boxing, Limitations resulting from his injuries prevented him from fulfilling his potential.
Lenny inspired young Mancini to develop his boxing skills and encouraged him to train at a gym when he was quite young. Starting in 1977, Ray had a stellar amateur career with a record of 43-7 and several Golden Gloves championships. On October 18, 1979 he made his professional debut by defeating Phil Bowen with a first round knockout. His whirlwind punching style caught the attention of network executives at several American television networks, and he became a regular on their sports programming. During this time Ray Mancini defeated some notable boxers including former United States champion Norman Goins in March 1981.
Lightweight championships
On April 30, 1980, Mancini defeated Bobby Sparks with a knockout at 1:28 in the first round for the regional Ohio State Lightweight title. Over a year later on May 16, 1981, Mancini won his first major title by defeating Jorge Morales for the WBC affiliated NABF Lightweight championship when the referee determined that Morales could not continue after the 9th round. Two months later, he successfully defended the title against Jose Luis Ramirez after a unanimous decision. Mancini's first attempt at a world title came in his next bout on October 3 when he was pitted against Alexis Arguello for his World Boxing Council lightweight title. The event was selected by many (including The Ring and ESPN) as one of the most spectacular fights of the 1980s. Mancini gave Arguello trouble early and built a lead on the scorecards, but Arguello used his experience to his advantage in the later rounds and stopped Mancini in the 14th round.
Mancini would rebound from the loss to Arguello by winning his next two bouts, including a second (and last) successful defense of his NABF Lightweight title against Julio Valdez (10th round TKO) which would earn him another chance at a world title.
Winning WBA title
On May 8, 1982, in a match held at The Aladdin in Las Vegas, he challenged the new World Boxing Association lightweight champion, Arturo Frias. Fifteen seconds into the fight, Frias caught Mancini with a left hook to the chin and another combination made Mancini bleed from his eyebrow. Mancini recovered and dropped Frias right in the center of the ring with a combination. Dazed, Frias got back up but Mancini immediately went on the offensive and trapped Frias against the ropes. After many unanswered blows, referee Richard Greene stopped the fight at 2:54 in the first round, and the Mancini family finally had a world champion.
Match against Duk Koo Kim
Mancini's first defense, against former world champion Ernest Espana, went smoothly with a Mancini knockout win in the 6th round.
On November 13, 1982, a 21 year old Mancini met 27 year old South Korean challenger Duk Koo Kim. Kim had struggled to make the 135lb weight limit, and had to lose several pounds shortly before the fight. The title bout, at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, was televised live at 1pm PST on CBS Sports. It was, according to many observers, a fight filled with action. Mancini finally won by TKO in the 14th round. Moments after the fight ended, Kim collapsed and fell into a coma, having suffered a subdural hematoma on his brain and died four days later.
Fights Boxing DVD 8
Ray Mancini: The Good Son