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Rob Williams Rob Williams ... Ring Announcer
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Naseem Hamed Naseem Hamed ... Himself
Michael Moorer Michael Moorer ... Himself
Bridgett Riley ... Boxer
Tarick Salmaci Tarick Salmaci ... Himself
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In a class of their own

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USA

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English

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14 November 2000 (USA) See more »

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Doesn't match the excitement and realism of an actual HBO boxing telecast.
22 August 2001 | by Brian-272See all my reviews

This video game is in no way like the feel and excitement of an HBO broadcast. Sure you have all the HBO signatures like KO Nation, Boxing After Dark, World Championship Boxing, and TVKO Pay-Per-View with actual Las Vegas and Atlantic City venues. The best part of the game is the blow-by-blow commentary from the award winning broadcast team of Jim Lampley, Larry Merchant and Harold Lederman. Now the bad news the control and punch style of the boxers on this game is just to slow, for some reason or another learning to masters the control and movement of the boxers is just so hard. Second problem own fighter mode is hard and dull I just don't like the divisions and features of creating your own fighter, and picking the mangers is tough it's hard to be placed in good fights early on. Sure this game has the big name HBO fighters in Roy Jones Jr. and George Foreman, but the action is the big thing that doesn't deliver the sound and commentary is great I still suggest watching a telecast for the best HBO boxing experience.


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