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.



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Herself (archive footage)
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Howard Cosell ...
Himself (archive footage)
Roberto Durán ...
Angelo Dundee ...
Himself (archive footage)
Emanuel Steward ...
Himself (archive footage)
Thomas Hearns ...
Himself (archive footage)
Ray Leonard Jr. ...
Himself (archive footage)
John Iacono ...
Bob Arum ...
Steve Farhood ...


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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Another good "30 for 30" but don't look for THE answer...
17 January 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

"No Más" does a really good job in discussing the first and second boxing matches between Roberto Duran and Sugar Ray Leonard. Using the usual combination of archival footage and interviews, the film makers really did a nice job with the story. And, I appreciated seeing Leonard and Duran reunite and discuss their infamous second fight. However, it's also a film that is missing the something that MOST viewers want to see--a real clear answer why Duran literally walked away from the second boxing match right in the middle of it! Yes, Duran apparently told the referee something along the lines of 'No Más' (literally no more or I've had enough) and the fight ended. But then, as in now, there isn't a clear reason why he did this. He was trailing in the fight but not horribly so...and Duran was, according to everyone, one of the greatest fighters in history. So what gives?!? I really don't know--but at least the film did about as good as it could do given Duran's reticence to really discuss that fateful night which, unfortunately, defined his career.

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