Montreal's Vibrant Boxing Scene Doesn't Exist Anywhere Else in Canada
Boxing is part of Montreal's DNA. But its fight culture hasn't fully been embraced by English Canadians, leaving one of the world's great boxing scenes largely hidden within its home province.
How Montreal's Dark Side Shaped Tough-As-Nails Boxing Ref Michael Griffin
It's hard not to see Griffin's job as a metaphor for his life. The same qualities he praises boxing for instilling in people—how to operate under duress and overcome oneself—have been instrumental to his survival.
The Changing Face of the Mysterious KHL
The KHL is making efforts to engage foreigners and shape its image in a congenial way, which will enhance its reputation among fans who know it only through a Western media filter.
Former Hockey Goon Steve Bossé Is Ready to Fight on Home Soil
Steve Bossé talks about how his former life as a hockey enforcer helped him transition to MMA, and his upcoming Canadian UFC debut at Fight Night 89.
Quebec's Notorious Fight-Happy Hockey League Tries to Evolve with the Times
The cartoonish spectacle of the LNAH's past, when it was unquestionably the toughest circuit in existence, has been replaced by an attractive blend of skill and physicality.