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           THOMAS HEARNS 40 fights on 12 boxing DVDs
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THOMAS HEARNS 40  fights on 12 boxing DVDS
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Thomas Hearns 40 Career Boxing Fights On 12 DVDs With Motion Menus
Thomas "The Hitman" Hearns 40 Fight Limited Edition 12 DVD Boxed Set
RARE LIMITED EDITION BOXED SET: Thomas Hearns is one of the most legendary middleweights ever, leading the division with heavy hands and career ending power, he cleaned house in what is known as "the hardest division in the hardest era ever!". With blinding speed and career ending knockouts, he set the standard of what a real fighter should be. This set is loaded with all of the best Thomas Hearns footage, including the showdowns with, Sugar Ray Leonard (1 & 2), Marvin Hagler, and the stunning KO victory over Roberto Duran.
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Thomas Hearns vs Hayman
Thomas Hearns vs Weston
Thomas Hearns vs Curry
Thomas Hearns vs Figueroa
Thomas Hearns vs Colbert
Fights Boxing DVD 10
Thomas Hearns vs Hill
Thomas Hearns vs Barkley II
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Fights Boxing DVD 7
Thomas Hearns vs Andries
Thomas Hearns vs Roldan
Thomas Hearns vs Barkley I
Thomas Hearns vs Kinchen
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Thomas Hearns vs Baez
Thomas Hearns vs Leonard I
Thomas Hearns vs Singletary
Thomas Hearns vs Geraldo
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Thomas Hearns vs Richards
Thomas Hearns vs Espada
Thomas Hearns vs Valdez
Thomas Hearns vs Gazo
Thomas Hearns vs Cuevas
Thomas Hearns vs Primera
Thomas Hearns vs Shields
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Thomas Hearns vs Minchillo
Thomas Hearns vs Duran
Thomas Hearns vs Hutchings
Tale of Hearns/Hagler
Fights Boxing DVD 8
Tale of Hearns/Leonard
Thomas Hearns vs Leonard II
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Thomas Hearns vs Benitez
Thomas Hearns vs Sutherland
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Thomas Hearns vs Hagler
Thomas Hearns vs Shuler
Thomas Hearns vs Medal
Thomas Hearns vs Dewitt
Fights Boxing DVD 9
Thomas Hearns vs Olajide
Thomas Hearns vs Morton
Fights Boxing DVD 11
Thomas Hearns vs Maynard
Thomas Hearns vs Ward
Thomas Hearns vs Willis
Fights Boxing DVD 12
Thomas Hearns vs Snyder
Thomas Hearns vs Miller
Thomas Hearns vs Grant

Thomas “Tommy” Hearns (born October 18, 1958) is an American former professional boxer who competed from 1977 to 2006. Nicknamed the “Motor City Cobra”, and more famously “The Hitman”. Hearns’ tall and slender build allowed him to move up over fifty pounds in his career and become the first boxer in history to win world titles in four weight divisions: welterweight, light middleweight, middleweight, and light heavyweight. By later winning a super middleweight title, he also became the first to win world titles in five weight divisions.


Hagler vs Hearns

While remaining super-welterweight (light middleweight) champion, Hearns ventured into the middleweight division to challenge undisputed middleweight champion Marvin Hagler in 1985. Billed “The Fight” (later known as The War), this Superbout is often labeled as the three greatest rounds in boxing history. The legendary battle elevated both fighters to superstar status. Hearns was able to stun Hager soon after the opening bell, but he subsequently broke his right hand in the first round. He did, however, manage to open a deep cut on Hagler’s forehead that caused the ring doctor to consider a stoppage. The fight, however, was allowed to coninue at this point, with the ringside commentators remarking on the fact that, “the last thing Hagler wants or needs is for this fight to be stopped on a cut.” The battle did go back and forth some, but Hearns was unable to capitalize on his early successes against Hagler. As a result of breaking his right hand, Hearns began to use lateral movement and a good jab to keep Hagler at bay as best he could. This tactic worked fairly well, but in the third round Hagler staggered Hearns and managed to catch him against the ropes, where a crushing right hand by Hagler knocked Hearns down. Hearns beat the count but was clearly unable to continue and the referee stopped the fight. Despite the loss, Hearns garnered a tremendous amount of respect from fans and boxing aficionados alike. Considering the popularity of the fight and the level of competition, a rematch seemed to be a foregone conclusion but never materialized.



Hearns quickly made amends by dispatching undefeated rising star James “Black Gold” Shuler with a devastating first round knockout in 1986. One week after the fight, Shuler was killed in a motorcycle accident. Hearns presented the NABF championship belt to Shuler’s family at his funeral, saying he deserved to keep the belt as he had held it longer than Hearns.


In March 1987, Hearns scored six knockdowns of Dennis Andries to win the WBC light heavyweight title with a tenth round stoppage at Cobo Hall, Detroit, Michigan. Later that year, his four round destruction of the Juan Roldan (63-2) to claim the vacant WBC middleweight title made Hearns a four weight world champion.


In a huge upset, Hearns lost his WBC middleweight title to Iran Barkley via a third round TKO in June 1988 in a bout Ring Magazine named 1988 Upset of the Year. In November that year, Hearns returned to win another world title defeating James Kinchen (44-3) via a majority decision to win the inaugural WBO super middleweight title. Hearns became the first boxer to win a world title in five weight divisions.


Rematch with Leonard

Hearns had to wait until 1989 for a rematch with Sugar Ray Leonard, this time for Leonard’s WBC super middleweight title and Hearns’ WBO title. This was Hearns’s sixth Superfight, a fight which much of the public believed Hearns won, flooring Leonard in both the 3rd and 11th rounds. However, the judges cored the fight a controversial draw. Leonard later admitted that he believed Hearns had beaten him and that he was gifted the draw, stating the fighters were 1-1 in his book