Sport: Double K.O.

When British heavyweights climb into a ring with U.S. heavyweights, they usually wind up on the floor. Two more ended up that, way last week, on different sides of the Atlantic. The news was that they looked good before they looked bad.

In Manhattan, it was the highly touted heavyweight champion of the British Empire, Bruce Woodcock, an ex-Yorkshire railroad hand. Against tubby Tami Mauriello, No. 3 U.S. heavyweight, Woodcock showed he could dish it out, but he failed to keep after his man when he had him on the run. In the fifth...

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