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Rebekah Brown - Journalist, Author, CEO
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Journalist Unbroken


July 13, 1995. The day Gannett began the demise of expert, ethical journalism and journalists’ lives by trying to break the six Detroit News and Detroit Free Press labor unions.

Kronk Will Never Be Forgotten


Kronk will never be forgotten. Kronk is the most famous boxing gym in the world and its fighters,

Wilder Will Become One of the Greats


Deontay Wilder will become one of the greats in boxing.

I think he’s the heavyweight that will bring all the world titles back to the United States.

Beltran Will Knock Paulus’ Block Off

This morning, Ray Beltran woke up knowing that tonight he has to knockout Paulus Moses.

I met Ray Beltran in 2000.

Remember the First Time Watching a Fight?

I ask all boxing fans, “do you remember the first time watching a fight?”

Imprinted in our minds with the first boxing memory of the moment is the family or friend responsible for introducing us to the sport.

Khali Sweeney Leads, Feeds, Teaches Detroit’s Children

Don’t Focus on “Boxing”

Khali Sweeney. Reggie McKenzie. Jalen Rose. Lomas Brown. Jerome Bettis.

Back up. Who is Khali Sweeney and the Detroit Downtown Boxing Gym?

Timeless Champion James “Lights Out” Toney

Powerful and evasive inside the ring; explosive but certain outside of it, James “Lights Out” Toney has 29 years of fights won against all odds and at every turn.

Why We Hate Boxing

There’s nothing worse for a fight fan than watching a poorly scored fight that causes a fighter to lose a title surrounded in controversy. 

Who’s Your Favorite Fighter?

Everyone has a favorite fighter and knows exactly why. For some it was Joe Louis who showed the Nazis who ruled the world when he defeated Max Schmeling and united the U.S.

Ward Will Decision Kovalev Again

Ward Stops Kovalev

At 2:38 in the 8th round of this fight, Kovalev was hurt during a clinch with Ward.