Episode 28: Greg Haugen

Greg Haugen, the Fighting Pride of the Great Northwest, is profiled on today's episode of the Characters of Boxing. Haugen was famous for taking on the role of the visitor and was never scared to travel far and wide to take on foes on their home turf.

He may also best be remembered for one of the most iconic quotes in boxing history. We explore why he was such a character and all-time great who should be remembered for much more than just his epic loss to Julio César Chávez in Mexico City.  

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