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Boxing was back in the headlines Sunday, basking in the buzz generated by Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s win over Manny Pacquiao in a title fight watched ringside by A-listers and high rollers and millions more around the world on pay-per-view.For a night, boxing, a sport many believe was down for the count, was back at the top.Heavyweights have traditionally commanded the boxing spotlight but there are no Muhammad Alis, Joe Fraziers or Mike Tysons waiting in the wings.Mayweather's departure, if it comes, would be at a time when boxing is starting to lift itself off the canvas.The week prior to the Mayweather/Pacquiao megafight, big-time boxing returned to New York City's Madison Square Garden where Ukrainian Wladimir Klitschko defeated Bryant Jennings to match the legendary Joe Louis' mark of 27 world heavyweight championship fights.
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