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LAS VEGAS - MARCH 13: (L to R) Boxer Sugar Ray Leonard, television producer Mark Burnett and actor Sylvester Stallone pose during a news conference about NBC's planned series "The Contender" March 13, 2004 in Las Vegas. Stallone and Leonard are joining "Survivor" producer Burnett to launch a reality series about a search for boxing's next star. (Photo by Geoff Gallo/NBC via Getty Images)

Boxing Great Sugar Ray Leonard joined the Stan and Haney Show for his second visit in 2007. This time promoting his reality show The Contender. The conversation quickly switched to him and his Hall of Fame career. Ray talks about his fights with Roberto Duran, Marvin Haggler and Tommy

Hearns. The fighter who gave him the most trouble and when he knew his career was over even before entering the ring for the last time. Ray’s career included three National Golden Gloves titles, two Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) championships, the 1975 Pan-American Games crown and 1976 Olympic gold medal. As a professional he held World Titles in five different weight divisions and finished his career with a record of 36 wins 3 losses and 1 draw with 25 knockouts.

 

From 2007 our interview with Sugar Ray Leonard