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Leonard vs Duran: Motion Picture and ESPN Documentary

Discussion in 'Sports Zone' started by BigDGarciaFan, Nov 4, 2013.

  1. BigDGarciaFan

    BigDGarciaFan Active Member

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    did anyone see the ESPN 30 for 30 documentary No Mas? if you missed it check it out....



    also there's a film in the works which will star Robert DeNiro as Ray Arcel(Duran's trainer) and Usher playing Sugar Ray Leonard. it will be called "Hands of Stone". my question is, will anyone see the film once its released? i know i will watch.
     
  2. Yakuza Rich

    Yakuza Rich Well-Known Member

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    I saw it.

    It was pretty good. Depends on your age and if you were/are a boxing fan.

    I grew up in a household and family of boxing fans. So for me, the Duran vs. Leonard fight was sorta 'old hat.' It was one of those historic fights and situations that when I was a kid I had heard and read just about everything about it. However, if you like boxing and weren't around for it then you will find this a very interesting documentary.

    I doubt I will watch the movie. Had this been a movie done in the 70's or 80's, they would have gotten a really good actor, even if it was an unknown actor, and got him to play the part of Leonard. Now it's all about trying to get a big name, even if they can't act. So unless Usher pulls off a performance of his life, I'm not really interested.






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  3. viman96

    viman96 Thread Killer

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    I remember watching their fights as a kid. Hagler was another great fighter from that era.
     

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