With the end of the year approaching and Boxing's Best airing, award-winning HBO ringside photographer Will Hart looks back at some of the memorable images he captured on camera in 2014.
Gennady Golovkin vs. Daniel Geale
I was astounded. It was one of those moments when you're motoring through the camera, then you look down and you think, "I got it. I got it. I got it." I was in the right spot at the right time.
Terence Crawford vs. Yuriorkis Gamboa
This was the best fight of the year. Nebraska was great. Gamboa came to fight and was easily winning the first few rounds. Then Crawford switched it up on him. Gamboa was literally levitated off the canvas.
Vasyl Lomachenko vs. Chonlatarn Piriyapinyo
I think Lomachenko is the most skilled fighter out there. He does what Pacquiao does – twisting around people and throwing punches. He broke his hand and still won easily.
Zou Shiming vs. Kwanpichit OnesongchaiGym
To me, this fight was Zou saying, "I am a pro fighter. I'm not an amateur anymore."
David Lemieux vs. Gabriel Rosado
The guy is a story. He's become the gatekeeper for Gennady opponents. They'll have to try out through Gabe and whether he wins or loses, it'll be great TV. I love blood. That's the graphic appeal of all this. I'm appalled how much I love it, but I love it.
Andy Lee vs. John Jackson
This is Andy Lee and John Jackson, the son of a great fighter named Julian Jackson. This guy was killing him, but Andy caught him a sneaky right hand and – boing – down he went.
Nicholas Walters vs. Nonito Donaire
When Donaire showed up for fight workouts we already knew it was over. His heart wasn't in it.
Timothy Bradley vs. Diego Chaves
I had no problem with the decision. I thought he was concussed and out of it for half the fight — though that might have been from headbutts. It was a bruising year.
John David Jackson and Sergey Kovalev
I like this shot. This is in Atlantic City -- the last fight at Revel. It's an intimate shot. Just a fighter and his trainer.