Kino Lorber keeps churning out Universal noir and it's latest release in their Dark Side of Cinema series -- No. 10 -- features three boxing noir including two starring Tony Curtis, The Square Jungle as well as Flesh and Fury. The third film I have never seen and I'm not familiar with it -- World In My Corner, starring Audie Murphy. My exceedingly thorough sports movie book, at least for classic film since it was published in 1989 and hasn't received a reprint, gives it 2 1/2 stars. I haven't seen an Audie Murphy film in awhile so maybe it'll surprise me.
I would have preferred that KL included the very satisfying boxing noir Iron Man out of the Universal vaults, but this set gives me hope that film will soon see the light of day. KL has released a few other films starring the underrated Jeff Chandler, and the company seems to know no bounds currently as far as mining deep into the classic catalogs of Universal and Paramount, the latter of which is now largely controlled by Universal.
FYI, I just received the Vol. 6 set of the series including The Raging Tide, Johnny Stoolpigeon and Singapore but I haven't watch any of them yet. I don't know that I want or need the entire box set series (KL has formally announced 11 noir sets with the promise of even more) despite their most reasonable price and the fact that almost all also include commentaries. But if they offer significant upgrades on films I already have in my own collection, I generally will spring for them. Heck, 3 films for under $30 while Flicker Alley and Criterion charge more than $30 for just one film.