Lenny McLean was one of the deadliest bare-knuckle fighters Britain has ever seen

Lenny McLean was one of the deadliest bare-knuckle fighters Britain has ever seen

Documentary examining the savage world of bare-knuckle boxing and how the brutal fighting style is employed by members of feuding Irish Traveller Clans to settle disputes. #knuckle #documentary #movies #film #boxing #fighting

Documentary examining the savage world of bare-knuckle boxing and how the brutal fighting style is employed by members of feuding Irish Traveller Clans to settle disputes. #knuckle #documentary #movies #film #boxing #fighting

Charles “Charlie” Bronson (born Michael Gordon Peterson) is an English criminal often referred to in the British press as the “most violent prisoner in Britain”. Born in Luton, England, Michael often found his way into fights before he began a bare-knuckle boxing career in the East End of London. His promoter was not happy with his name and suggested he change it to Charles Bronson.

Charles “Charlie” Bronson (born Michael Gordon Peterson) is an English criminal often referred to in the British press as the “most violent prisoner in Britain”. Born in Luton, England, Michael often found his way into fights before he began a bare-knuckle boxing career in the East End of London. His promoter was not happy with his name and suggested he change it to Charles Bronson.

Bare Knuckle Boxing Unisex T-Shirt

Bare Knuckle Boxing | Unisex T-Shirt

Bare Knuckle Boxing Unisex T-Shirt

Bare Knuckles Boxing Thrived In the 19th Century: Bare knuckles boxing match, circa 1860s

A History of Bare-Knuckles Boxing

Bare Knuckles Boxing Thrived In the 19th Century: Bare knuckles boxing match, circa 1860s

John L. Sullivan: The Boston Strong Boy Bare-knuckle boxer John Lawrence Sullivan reigned as America's first sports hero at the end of the 19th century. In July 1889, when challenged by Jake Kilrain of Baltimore, Sullivan was still unbeaten despite his heavy drinking. About 3,000 fans gathered in the blazing sun of Richburg, Mississippi, for what was to be the last championship bare-knuckle fight. The marathon match went 75 rounds and lasted 2 hours and 16 minutes before the battered…

John L. Sullivan: The Boston Strong Boy Bare-knuckle boxer John Lawrence Sullivan reigned as America's first sports hero at the end of the 19th century. In July 1889, when challenged by Jake Kilrain of Baltimore, Sullivan was still unbeaten despite his heavy drinking. About 3,000 fans gathered in the blazing sun of Richburg, Mississippi, for what was to be the last championship bare-knuckle fight. The marathon match went 75 rounds and lasted 2 hours and 16 minutes before the battered…

Vintage Irish bare knuckle Boxing

Vintage Irish bare knuckle Boxing

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Tintype photo black man white bare knuckle boxing rare antique original

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