Hands of Stone Review - Newsday

Newsday: “Hands of Stone” is a sprawling yet fairly conventional biopic about the Panamanian boxing champion Roberto Durán. When he faced Sugar Ray Leonard for the Welterweight title in 1980, he was 71-1. He won that match too, only to forfeit the title six months later in a bizarre rematch that’s become known as the “No Más Fight.” Popular myth would have us all believe that Durán said “No más” to end the match partway through. He’d fallen out of shape in the months between the two fights.

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