4 edition of Legends of Irish boxing found in the catalog.
Legends of Irish boxing
|Genre||Biography., Pictorial works.|
|LC Classifications||GV1131 .F69 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||188 p. :|
|Number of Pages||188|
|LC Control Number||2007531680|
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/5(3). If you followed Irish boxing - amateur or pro - anytime from the s onwards this book is well worth getting.
It's fascinating to see many of the "How they look now" photos of boxers I haven't seen since they were in their teens/twenties, and equally interesting to read how their lives unfolded after they stopped boxing/5(3). Barry Flynn has written seven books of Irish interest, including biographies of the Irish boxers Freddie Gilroy, John Caldwell, John McNally, and Bernard Dunne, as well as Legends of Irish Boxing, Pawns in the Game, Political Football, and Soldiers of Folly.
He has worked as a freelance broadcaster for BBC Northern Ireland, RTE, and : Legends of Irish Boxing - Stories Seldom Told This is an exciting look at some of the greatest names in Irish boxing. All your favourite Irish glovemen are here from Barry McGuigan, Wayne McCullough and 'Dave Boy' McAuley to older heroes such as Freddie Legends of Irish boxing book, Charlie Nash and John Caldwell.
I t's obvious the book, beautifully illustrated with both colour and black and white pictures from the dim and distant past, was a Author: Michael Mcgeary. Buy Legends of Irish Boxing by Barry Flynn from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: Buy Legends of Irish Boxing: Stories Seldom Told First Edition by Flynn, Barry (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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Won the silver medal for Ireland in the Barcelona games but as a professional went on to become WBC bantamweight champion of the world.
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Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. McLaughlin, as quoted in Barry Flynn’s Legends of Irish Boxing, admitted that his first love was gymnastics – until he stepped between the ropes. “I really only got into boxing by mistake. I loved gymnastics and was all set to give to try and go on and take it very seriously when I had a bit of a falling out with the teacher at the club.We here at believe in boxing.
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