Barry McGuigan 17 Career Boxing Fights On 6 DVDs With  Motion Menus
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        BARRY MCGUIGAN 17 fights on 6 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Barry McGuigan vs Nati
Barry McGuigan vs Chiteule
Barry McGuigan vs Caba
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BARRY MCGUIGAN 17 fights on 6 boxing DVDS
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Fights Boxing DVD 6
Barry McGuigan vs Miranda
Barry McGuigan vs McDonnell
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Barry McGuigan vs Eguia
Barry McGuigan vs Devorce
Barry McGuigan vs Orozco
Barry McGuigan vs Ruan
Barry McGuigan vs Laporte
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Barry McGuigan vs Gallouze
Barry McGuigan vs Pedroza
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Barry McGuigan vs Taylor
Barry McGuigan vs Cabrera
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Barry McGuigan vs Cruz
Barry McGuigan vs Perez
Barry McGuigan vs Da Cruz
Finbar Patrick McGuigan (born February 28 1961), known as Barry McGuigan and nicknamed The Clones Cyclone, is a retired Irish professional boxer from Clones, County Monaghan, Ireland who became a World Boxing Association featherweight champion. Barry was a fan favourite for Irish and British audiences, as he represented neutrality and peace in a time when Northern Ireland (where he lived was divided as part of The Troubles. He founded, and is the current President of, the Professional Boxing Association (PBA). McGuigan is the CEO and founder of Cyclone Promotions.
Barry McGuigan was born in Clones, County Monaghan, Ireland. His father was singer Pat McGuigan (died 1987). He represented Northern Ireland in the Commonwealth Games at Edmonton 1978 and represented Ireland at the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow. Pat McGuigan sang "Danny Boy" before several of his son's matches. This fact inspired the Hacienda Brothers' song "If Daddy Don't Sing Danny Boy", written by boxer and musician Chris Gaffney.
During his career, McGuigan fought at a number of venues in Ireland and Britain. He attracted an enormous following in the mid-1980s, particularly to the King's Hall in Belfast which he normally filled to capacity. McGuigan is a Roman Catholic, and at a time when Roman Catholics and Protestants were clashing during The Troubles, he married a Protestant, Sandra and they remain married after some three decades.
Amateur career
McGuigan began his juvenile boxing career at the Wattlebridge Amateur Boxing Club, County Fermanagh and later moved to the Smithborough Amateur Boxing Club, County Monaghan. Under the guidance of trainers Danny McEntee and Frank Mulligan he rapidly established himself as an exceptional boxer. He won the All Ireland Amateur Championship in 1976 having defeated Martin Brereton. Notable opponents during his teenage years included Dubliner James Coughlan, whom he defeated at the age of 15 as well as Gordon McNeil (of Heaton, Newcastle upon Tyne) and Eric Clarke (of Hackney, London).
Professional career
He began his professional boxing career on May10, 1981, beating Selwyn Bell by knockout in two rounds in Dublin. After another win, he suffered hs first setback, losing a hotly disputed decision to Peter Eubanks (brother of Chris Eubank) over eight rounds at Wembley. After his first loss, McGuigan notched up two more wins, including one over Terry Pizzaro, and then he was given a rematch with Eubanks. The second time around, McGuigan prevailed, by a knockout in the eight round.
In 1982, McGuigan won eight fights, seven by knockout. One of these, however, almost destroyed his career and his life. Opposed by Young Ali, on June 1982, McGuigan won by a knockout in six rounds; Ali fell into a coma from wich he never recovered. According to the book The Ring: Boxing The  2th Century, this affected McGuigan so much he was not sue he wanted to carry on as a boxer. He also defeated Paul Huggins and Angelo Licata during this period. In 1983, he won four fights, winnning the British Title against Vernon Penprase, and including his first trip to fight outside Europe (when he beat Samuel Meck by a knockout in six in Ontario, Canada), before getting his first try at a European title.
On November 16, Italy's Valerio Nati defended his European Featherweight belt versus McGuigan in Belfast, and McGuigan won the crown with a knockout in the sixth round. He then became the number one Featherweight challenger in the World Boxing Association. In 1984, he won six bouts, all by knockout. among the fighters he beat were former world title challengers Jose Caba and Felipe Orozco. He also beat contenders Paul DeVorce and Charm Chiteule and retained his British and European titles against Clyde Ruan and the latter belt against Esteban Eguia to keep his chance at a World Championship attempt alive.
In 1985, McGuigan met former world featherweight champon Juan Laporte and won by a decision after ten rounds. Folowing one more win (a defence of his European Title against Farid Gallouze), he finally got his world title try when the long reigning WBA featherweight champion, Eusebio Pedroza of Panama, came to London.