On June 16, 1951, a man named Roberto Duran was given to the world. He eventually became one of the greatest fighters ever, and certainly one of the greatest lightweights of all time. "Manos de Piedra" even has a film about him ("Hands of Stone") coming out this summer. He deserves a tribute.
This week on Top Men Boxing Radio, historian and Compubox operator Aris Pina joins Patrick Connor of The Fight City (and a few other places) in honoring Roberto Duran on his 65th birthday. What kind of fighter was he? How would he match up against other all-time greats? What were his best and most meaningful fights? We'll talk about all of these things and more.
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