He knew Cassius Clay, Rocky Marciano, and was a mother Theresa of sorts for Miami great Kid Gavilan. Now boxing historian Hank Kaplan is gone, and it's formally the end of the Muhammad Ali era in Miami. Santos Perez did a good piece on Hank in this morning's Herald, but the best thing written on ... More >>
For better and worse, Muhammad Ali left his mark on a generation of Miami boxers
A middle-age slugger channels Miami's Tuesday tradition
Miami boasts a boxing legend who has kept on swinging through good times and bad. He's the king of the clubs. He's Tuto Zabala.
For 60 years Chris Dundee was a boxing mastermind. Last month he was laid to rest.
Boxing isn't just a hobby to Hank Kaplan. It's an obsession. Which is why he's the sport's foremost expert.
Boxing is the quintessential individual sport. Unless you're a Cuban champ who has defected to turn pro in Miami, in which case it's a team effort.
No one thinks much of the Mexican boxers who fight out of Homestead. But that's nothing new to Johnny Torres. When he was a fighter, no one thought much of him, either.
Former champ Frank Otero needs to sell real estate to make a living. But he needs boxing to live.