(CNN) — He came from the streets. He came from nothing. After his father abandoned him at the age of five, boxing great Roberto Duran was forced to start earning money by going out and shining shoes rather
Former professional boxer Roberto Duran -aka "Manos de Piedra" (Stone Hands)- poses during an interview with AFP in Mexico City on October 18, 2016. Duran is in Mexico to promote a biographical movie.
Sugar Ray Leonard exclusive interview: 'Roberto Duran was the perfect boxer - a little guy knocking out big guys'
“I was born a fighter and I will die a fighter,” declares Roberto Duran. “In this story there is only one legend. That’s me.” It is quite some statement, especially when you have an accompanying cast ranges
BEVERLY HILLS — Roberto Duran was drinking coffee inside the swanky SLS Hotel one morning last month when a man who approached the table held up an index finger. But then Leonard waved his hands in the
Roberto Duran movie shows more to 'no mas' legend and recalls an era when great boxers fought each other
Up until about 36 hours ago, people were lamenting that the biggest names in heavyweight boxing were avoiding each other. Anthony Joshua’s sensational defeat to Andy Ruiz Jr to Andy Ruiz Jnr suggests cautious