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  • One-on-one with Chuck Liddell

    Chuck Liddell has emerged as arguably the Ultimate Fighting Championship's (UFC) most popular and recognizable fighter. Heading into his UFC 71 light heavyweight title fight against Quinton Jackson May 26, Liddell, 37, had held the championship belt for...
  • Sun archives: Breakout MMA victory for Jones

    Baltimore native James "Binky" Jones won the Ring of Combat XIV lightweight title Friday with a first-round victory over Ian Loveland in Atlantic City, N.J. Jones, a Ground Control Baltimore fighter, claimed the championship by forcing Team Quest's...
  • Ultimate Fighting's popularity may put boxing down for count

    I sat ringside for my first boxing match when I was 14 years old. There might have been 100 people in the room, but somehow those droplets of blood chose to fly from the fighter's nose and land on my white shirt. I was infected. Whatever it was about...
  • Cable power box hanging by a thread

    Cable power box hanging by a thread
    THE PROBLEM // A utility pole damaged in a car accident remained in place with a cable power box dangling from it for more than a year, even though a utility company had installed a new pole nearby. THE BACKSTORY // Catonsville resident Denise Stanco...
  • Tiny, historic area is tucked into Pikesville

    Ralston is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Pikesville, an area in northwest Baltimore County. The Bromley Atlas of 1898 shows only Ralston and Sudbrook Park, the first of many communities to grow in Pikesville, according to the 1982 book, A...
  • Phelps has sore ankle from accident, says he's 'fine'

    Swimmer Michael Phelps is nursing a sore ankle from the car accident he was in Thursday on Calvert Street, but the Olympic gold medalist intends to resume training Monday. In a message on his official Facebook site, Phelps said he was "fine" and expressed...
  • Dewey Hammond goes Yard

    Dewey Hammond says his job is harder than it sounds. It's difficult to believe the Loyola Blakefield alum and Ravens blogger when he recounts a boxing match he attended at the Playboy Mansion in June, or when he talks about hanging out with Buffalo Bills...
  • Barely Loafing in Las Vegas

     
    It has been a week since the last time we conversed, meaning I reported and wrote and you took the time to read and sometimes wrote back. It is the longest I've gone without blogging in quite a while and......
  • Ravens QB Smith gets big chance against Vikings

     
    Ravens second-year quarterback Troy Smith may have to deliver a knockout performance tomorrow night if he wants to win the the starting job, at least to start the regular season.Reports from Sun reporters in Westminster put Kyle Boller ahead in the......
  • Jean Marbella: Mayor kept fighting, even after last bell rang

    A plea agreement that settles a case never quite has the drama of a verdict - like a boxing match that ends in a decision rather than a knockout. But when the boxer is Sheila Dixon, you just knew she wasn't going to go down without a fight. Or a final...
  • Sun archives: At newer E. Baltimore gym, Lewis, still guides fighters

    This past Halloween, on an unseasonably warm evening, the new Mack Lewis Boxing Gym, nestled in the shadows of Johns Hopkins Hospital in the 900 block of North Bond Street, was alive with its usual activity. The night's soundtrack: the thud of padded...
  • Pictures in the News | July 18, 2014

     
    Friday's Pictures in the News begins in the Middle East, where thousands of Israeli troops, backed by tanks, warplanes and gunboats, pressed deeper into the Gaza Strip as Palestinian militants returned fire with rockets and mortar rounds and terrified...