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Management article
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Reference no. R2001N
Authors: Daniel McGinn
Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Originally published in: "Harvard Business Review", 2020
Revision date: 15-Jan-2020

Abstract

During his 20-year career as a professional boxer, Sugar Ray Leonard won world titles in five weight classes, became the first in his sport to earn more than USD100 million in prize money, and helped fuel fans' interest in boxing following Muhammad Ali's retirement. In this interview he talks about bypassing boxers' traditional reliance on promoters, why he retired repeatedly, which of his fights is most worth rewatching, and more.

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Abstract

During his 20-year career as a professional boxer, Sugar Ray Leonard won world titles in five weight classes, became the first in his sport to earn more than USD100 million in prize money, and helped fuel fans' interest in boxing following Muhammad Ali's retirement. In this interview he talks about bypassing boxers' traditional reliance on promoters, why he retired repeatedly, which of his fights is most worth rewatching, and more.

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