"... Louis faced Schmeling in a rematch, this time not only with the championship belt on the line but bragging rights among nations lurching toward war. Louis knocked out Schmeling in two minutes and four seconds of the first round. The radio announcer’s call of the fight, including the knockout punch, conveyed the drama, as did a postfight radio interview with the Champ."
"Muhammad Ali discusses his book "The Greatest: My Own Story," touching on topics including his childhood and family, conversion to Islam, stance on the Vietnam War, and experiences in jail. After the conversation with Ali ends, the second half of the program consists of music by Billie Holiday ("God Bless the Child"), Jimmy Rushing ("Going to Chicago"), Nina Simone ("Children Go Where I Send You"), Count Basie, Alan Lomax ("Little John Henry"), Dinah Washington ("Willow Weep For Me"), and Duke Ellington ("East St. Louis Toodle-Oo")."
"The Women's Boxing Historical Database was created by Sue TL Fox, of Women Boxing Archive Network [WBAN]. Fox has researched the history of the sport since September of 1996, being the first known historical website on the net going live in May of 1998, to present the HiSTORY OF WOMEN'S BOXING. WBAN has converted the research from the book that was in progress, Women's Boxing: Setting the Record Straight, to being online to make it the most extensive coverage in the sport today from the history to the current events going on in amateurs and professionals. The ONLINE Historical Database [from the 1700s to current] will be continously updated with new information and archived documents of the sport, and we will strive to set the record straight by encouraging worldwide participation in any contribution of information, research that can be added to this database. Not only is the database the most extensive on the net---but it is FREE to use by all. "