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Film Poster of the Day

Somebody Up There Likes Me (1956)

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Book Cover of the Day

Title: Hurricane: The Life of Rubin Carter, Fighter Author: James S. Hirsch Publisher: Fourth Estate Published: 2000 From the back: Rubin Carter was more than a boxer, a man who once knocked out a horse with a right cross. A former juvenile criminal in between a spell as a U.S. paratrooper, he ran guns for […]

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Kara Simsek (1985)

For the Fight Card completist who has to watch every boxing movie ever made, I give you Kara Simsek (1985) – or Turkish Rocky. Here’s the training sequence. Enjoy the goodness. You can thank me later…

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Brooklyn Beatdown

Just a heads up to all the Fight Card fans, that the latest story is now live. Brooklyn Beatdown, is the title, and hiding behind the Jack Tunney pseudonym is prolific pulp author Derrick Ferguson, the creator of one of New Pulp’s most distinctive characters – Dillon. In Fight Card: Brooklyn Beatdown, Derrick brings us […]

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Fight Card: Get Hit, Hit Back

G’day folks. The latest Fight Card novella, Get Hit, Hit Back – written by John Kenyon (as Jack Tunney) is now available for kindle. After last months diversion into MMA, Fight Card is back with an old school boxing story (but MMA fans, don’t worry – there’s more MMA take down action coming later in […]

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Rumble in the Jungle: Available Now!

My second Fight Card novelette, Rumble in the Jungle is now live and available for kindle (the paperback shouldn’t be far away). The Fight Card books are a blast to write, so when I finished up my first entry in the series, King of the Outback, I immediately knew I wanted to write another. However, […]

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Fight Card: The Knockout

December’s Fight Card novelette, and the twelfth title in the series, The Knockout is now live – and the man behind the Jack Tunney pen name this time is Robert Randisi. The Fight Card series are monthly 25,000 word novelettes, designed to be read in one or two sittings, and are inspired by the fight […]

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Fight Card: Tomato Can Comeback

Author: Jack Tunney (Henry Brown) Published: August 2012 Book No: 8 Earlier this month, the eighth novella in the Fight Card series, Tomato Can Comeback was released, and it continues the high standard set by the previous stories. This one is set in Detroit, and is told from the point of view of sports reporter, […]

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A Mouth Full of Blood

Author: Eric Beetner Published: July 2012 I have to admit I am biased. It is no secret that I have written a Fight Card novel and have spent the last six months reading fight fiction and watching boxing movies. Therefore one could reasonably say, that my objectivity on A Mouth Full of Blood is compromised. […]

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Rocky Balboa – Trailer

Uploaded to Youtube by: oldhollywoodtrailers May sees the launch of King of the Outback, the sixth book in the popular Fightcard series – and my literary debut (writing as Jack Tunney). Accordingly, in a month long celebration, Permission to Kill will be looking back and some of the highlights – and lowlights – of boxing […]

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