The real deal vs. the real meal

Cartwright, G.
June 1991
Texas Monthly;Jun91, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p116
Focuses on the championship fight between Evander Holyfield and George Foreman in Atlantic City on April 19. Holyfield's manager Lou Duva and trainer George Benton; Foreman's adviser Archie Moore; Held at Trump Plaza; Pay-per-view and closed-circuit television drew an audience of 1.5 million homes and grossed $77 million.


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