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Do fall’s big film festivals still matter?

Bong Joon Ho’s twisty thriller “Parasite” premiered at Cannes last year, winning the Palme d’Or, before heading to the Telluride Film Festival and then Toronto, where the ticket line snaked around the Ryerson Theatre, the air thick with the smell of pot and the kind of heady anticipation that draws movie lovers to festivals.

Lord of the Ring: The career of Muhammad Ali

Sixty years ago this week, U.S. boxer Cassius Clay won a gold medal at the Summer Olympics in Rome. Clay would go on to change his name to Muhammad Ali, win the world heavyweight boxing title three times and become one of the most respected – and most controversial – athletes of the 20th century.

Game changer: When Jack Johnson defeated James Jeffries

One hundred and ten years ago Saturday, Black heavyweight champion Jack Johnson took on former white heavyweight champion James Jeffries. The result sent shock waves throughout the sport and throughout the country.

Fury-Wilder III by end of the year, promoter says

The U.S. promoter of Tyson Fury is hoping to stage a third heavyweight fight between the British boxer and Deontay Wilder by the end of the year, potentially in the Chinese enclave of Macau.

Lace them up: Boxing set for June 9 return in Las Vegas

Add boxing to the list of sports on the comeback trail. Promoter Bob Arum said Thursday he plans to stage a card of five fights on June 9 at the MGM Grand, the first of a series of fights over the next two months at the Las Vegas hotel.

WATCH: A Knockout Donation

Last month, someone broke into Rick Welliver's boxing gym in downtown Spokane and stole 20 pairs of boxing gloves from his students. Two days ago, an anonymous person dropped off 14 new pairs of gloves and hand wraps for Rick. Joe McHale sits down with Welliver as he expresses the positive impact this anonymous donation has had on his gym.