Go ahead. Punch your way in! Dare to journey back to boxing’s Golden Age (1880s–1960s). Ready for a world of indelible people and captivating history? We’ll travel through the years-long process of researching and mining the era’s extraordinary treasures to bring this inspiring true story to life. Thank you for joining us!
Fight For Glory
Diana, the elegant and exotic 13-foot gilded weathervane, designed by famed American sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens, for 30 years adorned the spire overlooking the highest point in Manhattan atop Madison Square Garden. On fight night, every boxer worth his salt was wise to pray to her on the way in.
Before leaving, he said, “Took you long enough, pal.” In many ways, the Fight For Glory franchise exists because renowned boxing historian, JJ Johnston, insisted it had to. Dad and I benefitted from JJ’s extraordinary friendship, passion and generosity. They both ultimately inspired me to take on this incredible story.