The Kings Showtime, one of the leading channels on the TV is now bringing up its most original project about the champions of Boxing who used to rule it in the ’80s.
The Documentary is going to be featuring their footage, Personal interviews, and many other things related to the 4 kings that ruled over in the era by themselves in both in and out of the rings.
As mentioned earlier, the four-part long Documentary is going to follow the Kings of boxing Renaissance from the era of ’70s and ’80s and going to show the viewers a glimpse of their lives today comparing it to the time they actually ruled the Boxing Renaissance.
The Plot Of The Kings
The documentary is going to look at the 4 kings of Boxing and the Hall of Fame Pugilists Sugar Ray Leonard, Marvin Hagler, Roberto Duran, and Thomas Hearns.
The four has been ruling the era that could be seen as bridge the gap between Mohammed Ali and Mike Tyson.
All four has their own different journey starting off with Leonard’s rise to the Olympic Gold and his hesitancy from there to go pro, whereas Duran fighting off for the whole country, Hearns learning his own way of Boxing out of inner-city Detroit but never leaving.
And then there is Hagler, as in the whole of his career he’s been very fortunate of continuously chasing after money, love, and Respect.
The series will feature the Old and New footage and clips of them doing fights with each other in the Rings.
Also, it is totally going to be a great pleasure for many to know these legends from these never-seen footages, as each one of them has its own distinctive looks and personalities. The series is also going to tell the viewers through various Archival footage and present-day interviews of these Kings about their training montages struggles with women, money and drugs, and powerful stories of redemption.
The Cast Of The Kings
As this one is a documentary project, it is going to feature the real-life people interviewing and footage from their past life being displayed.
Directed by Mat Whitecross, the series will also be featuring interviews from other boxers like Arum, Jackie Kallen, Teddy Atlas, and Jerry Izenberg) there are no talking heads. Every second of screen time is filled with images from the era.
Release Date & Other Update
The four-part long docuseries is going to be releasing on Sunday the 6th of June, 2021 only on Showtime.
We have been tracking the information about this docuseries once we get an official update we will surely update each and every single update.