Boxing Illustrated: April 1989

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Cover: Mike Tyson

  • Special Issue: The Fights and Fighters of the Year
  • 14-K Goldman: One Man's Ratings of the Best Decade-by-Decade, Pound-for-Pound
  • Boxing Lists: Champions Born and Who Died in February
  • Win, Lose & Draw: Mike Tyson

Articles include: 1988: A Year to Dismember, Can Mike Tyson Survive Another Year Like 1988?, The Bittersweet Saga of Willie Pastrano, Round Card Girls, A Special Muhammad Ali Boxing Quiz on the Occasion of the 25th Anniversary of His Win Over Sonny Liston, Evander Holyfield: The "Real Deal" or Big Deal?, When Colma, California was the Mecca of Boxing, The Day Gene Tunney Fought James J. Corbett, The Man Who Beat Rocky Marciano (about Joe DeAngelis), Tony Zale Tells Jake LaMotta that Nice Guys Don't Always Finish Last and Yes Virginia (And Jersey), There Was a Fighter Named "Two-Ton": Tony Galento.

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