Ultimate ESPN Boxing Collection - 21 DVD/Luxury Book Limited Edition Gift Set
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Celebrate everything you love about The Sweet Science of boxing with this sumptuous collection of DVDs showcasing the very greatest boxers, the most iconic fights and the fascinating stories that lie behind the headlines.
Straight from the archives of ESPN The Worldwide Leader In Sports and featuring contributions from numerous former champions, trainers, journalists and boxing historians, this superb anthology combines over 34 hours of programming with page after page of beautiful sports photography and insightful analysis of the greatest fighters of all time.
INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING ACTION-PACKED PROGRAMMES:
- Hard-hitting and revealing documentaries on legendary boxers such as Mike Tyson, Joe Louis, Rocky Marciano, Sonny Liston and Sugar Ray Robinson
- A special 4½-hour look at the most famous fights and rivalries in boxing history
- A 5-hour rundown of the greatest heavyweights of all time
- Over 9 hours of programming on perhaps the greatest of them all: Muhammad Ali
21 DVDS, Over 34 Hours of Action, Over 50 Pages of Stunning Photography, Limited Edition
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The photography is definitely worth mentioning - incredible shots of all the greats, and the result is a book that you could spend as much time reading as watching the films (well, maybe not - there are something like 34 hours on these discs, after all). The writing is very informative too and complements the action well. A lot of the films are from ESPN's occasional series `Ringside', which if you've seen before you will know is an excellent watch for boxing fans. High-profile guests, lots of former champs and well-informed analysis.
Overall a very classy collection.Read more ›
The biased towards the heavy weights
No Leonard No Chavis No Hagarlar
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Delivery arrived on time but the actual product was a little bashed up on the corners.Published 14 months ago by Rachel hall