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In the midst of boxing's contemporary golden age -­ the 1980's -­ stood two fighters who established a captivating rivalry; Sugar Ray Leonard and Roberto Duran.


Eric Drath




Episode credited cast:
Christie Brinkley ... Herself
Mike Tyson ... Himself
Tom Brokaw ... Himself (archive footage)
Jane Pauley ... Herself (archive footage)
Don King ... Himself (archive footage)
Howard Cosell ... Himself (archive footage)
Sugar Ray Leonard ... Himself
Angelo Dundee ... Himself (archive footage)
Roberto Duran Roberto Duran ... Himself
Thomas Hearns Thomas Hearns ... Himself (archive footage)
Emanuel Steward Emanuel Steward ... Himself (archive footage)
Felicidad Durán Felicidad Durán ... Herself
Ray Leonard Jr. Ray Leonard Jr. ... Himself (archive footage)
John Iacono John Iacono ... Himself
Bob Arum Bob Arum ... Himself


In the midst of boxing's contemporary golden age -¬ the 1980's -¬ stood two fighters who established a captivating rivalry. Their pair of bouts within a span of just over 5 months in 1980 had all the trappings of instant classics. Sugar Ray Leonard, an American hero, who had become a household name after a Gold Medal-winning performance at the 1976 Summer Olympics that led to numerous corporate sponsorships, versus the Latino champion, Roberto Duran, the toughest -¬ some said meanest -¬ fighter of all time. It was not just the drama and action of these fights that would endure, but those two words uttered in the second of their clashes, which would create a sense of mystery, bewilderment and intrigue to the present day. No Mas unveils for the first time what really happened, going behind the scenes of these two showdowns with the help of boxing experts, family members and the two fighters themselves. Written by ESPN Films

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English | Spanish

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15 October 2013 (USA) See more »

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Volume turned off while Roberto Duran was stating his reasons for quiting
10 January 2016 | by peacemarchSee all my reviews

The volume was turned off in the film while Roberto Duran was explaining why he quit half way through the boxing match. At the end of the film, Sugar Ray asked Roberto Duran why he quit and Roberto Duran started to give some explanation and then suddenly the volume was turned off, so the viewers still don't know all the reasons why he quit half way through the boxing match. Up until that point it was a great documentary. Some viewers think Roberto Duran quit half-way through because Sugar Ray was constantly running away from Roberto Duran during the boxing match. Roberto Duran was constantly chasing Sugar Ray around the ring and I think Duran just got sick of it.

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