Lights, Camera, Punches: The 7 Best Boxing Movies! 

By: Aayush Sharma

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Rocky (1976) 

Rocky Balboa is a down-on-his-luck club fighter who gets a once-in-a-lifetime shot at the heavyweight championship of the world. 

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Raging Bull (1980) 

Raging Bull is a biopic of Jake LaMotta, a middleweight champion known for his ferocity and self-destructive impulses. 

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Million Dollar Baby (2004) 

Million Dollar Baby is a drama about Frankie Dunn, a retired boxing trainer who reluctantly agrees to train Maggie Fitzgerald, a young woman with a dream of becoming a professional boxer. 

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The Fighter (2010) 

The Fighter is a biographical drama about Micky Ward, a welterweight boxer who struggles to overcome his personal demons and his family's dysfunctions in order to achieve his full potential.

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Cinderella Man (2005)  

Cinderella Man is a biographical drama about James J. Braddock, a heavyweight boxer who came out of retirement to provide for his family during the Great Depression.

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Creed (2015)

Creed is a spin-off of the Rocky franchise that follows Adonis Creed, the son of Apollo Creed, as he trains to become a professional boxer under the tutelage of Rocky Balboa.

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Southpaw (2015)  

Southpaw is a drama about Billy Hope, a light heavyweight champion who loses everything after a tragic accident. Billy must overcome his grief and addiction in order to reclaim his title and his life. 

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