FROM THE DESK OF: David Martinez

(Summer 2020 Edition)

This is “Happy Anniversary” month, as it has now been 13 years since the birth of my website dmboxing.com that first hit the internet world in 2007 다운로드.

Though the years it has simply been my pleasure to bring you the best in boxing as I know it. My highest priority has always been honesty and creditably 다운로드. My opinions are strictly my own, with never the intent to change minds of others, with the utmost respect to other opinions and input. Since its beginning I have posted 1,719 publications for viewing 다운로드.

I have been blessed with a group of people that have helped me to heights beyond my belief. I honorably would like to acknowledge them: Bob Quackenbush (Lead Assistant / Proof Reader / Photo Editing); Tom Donelson (Author, Member Boxing Writers Association of America); Jim Amato (Senior Boxing Writer / Boxing Historian); Steve Corbo (Boxing Writer / Proof Reader); Kathy Kraft (Proof Reader) 다운로드.

There are two other people who are not with us (R.I.P.) that have tremendously contributed, and they are: Rusty Rubin (In Rusty’s Corner / Gove2Glove)

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RING TRIVIA for June 2020 – ANSWERS

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I have always been intrigued with boxing trivia. This began back when I was a kid in 1961. I would pick the minds of the older generation and ask them questions about their era to educate myself 안녕자두야 다운로드. It’s now my pleasure to bring boxing trivia to my website for everyone . On a quarterly basis I post five (5) multiple choice questions – in March, June, September, and December – with the correct answers to follow by the end of each posting month for viewing 다운로드.

1 – What fighter beat both father and son, Phil and Harold Johnson, fourteen years apart, by same 3rd round knockout result 다운로드?

a) Ezzard Charles

b)  Archie Moore

c) Jimmy Bivins

d) Jersey Joe Walcott — CORRECT ANSWER

2 – What boxer had the nickname – Boxing Marvel 일러스트 배경 다운로드?

a)  Joe Gans

b)  Benny Leonard

c) Jack Britton — CORRECT ANSWER

d) Peter Kane

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Tyrone Everett

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One of the best fighters that I have witnessed in my 59 years of involvement in boxing was junior lightweight Tyrone Everett 쇼미더머니777 4화 다운로드.

Unfortunately, these days his name is obscure and nobody talks much about him, let alone recalling many of his fights 다운로드.

Everett was born on April 18, 1953 in South Philadelphia 다운로드. He started his professional boxing career in September 1971 and would win all of his 34 bouts, propelling him to a world title match with Puerto Rican champion Alfredo Escalera on November 30, 1976 – Escalera’s 7th defense of the 130 pound title 성경듣기 다운로드.  Scheduled for 15 rounds, the fight took place at the Spectrum in Philadelphia for the WBC Super Featherweight Championship.  A crowd of 16,109 packed the Spectrum, which is still a record for the largest number of spectators at a Pennsylvania indoor boxing match 다운로드.

During the fight, Everett would show Escalera his artistic boxing skills, winning most of the rounds handily. Escalera’s best round was definitely the fifth as his signature right hand punches rocked the southpaw Everett. What was amazing, though, was that Everett stayed on the outside and boxed beautifully, never losing his composure in that round.

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Bob Stallings – Tough Guy Tested Contenders

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By Jim Amato / Senior Boxing Writer / World Renowned Boxing Historian / Contributor of 130 outstanding article pieces to dmboxing.com since 2008

During this era there were also heavyweights who were not quite good enough to be ranked contenders but they were good enough to test boxers wanting to go to the next level 다운로드. George Scrap Iron Johnson comes to mind. Also rugged Leroy Caldwell. Out of New York was a boxer named Bob Stallings. Although Stallings won only one bout more then he lost in his career, he met quality opposition 삼국 군영전 4 다운로드. In fact he was able to spring an occasional upset now and then.

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Mario D’Agata

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There have been many handicaps to boxers in the ring – one eye, broken nose, severe cuts, ankle sprain, etc, but I must say the most debilitating handicaps has to be a deaf mute 다운로드.

Mario D’Agata, an Italian professional boxer, was the first and only world champion to be just that.

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At a young age his parents moved him from Tuscany to Rome seeking help from doctors for a cure. It was there that he saw a boxing poster hanging outside a gym 다운로드. He peeked into the gym and was drawn to amazement of the boxers at that moment watching them train with such grace and perfection.

At the age of 20 years old he began to fight in amateur bouts, and recorded 90 wins in his 110 bouts 다운로드.

D’Agata turned pro on October 14, 1950. After assembling a ring record of 22 wins, 3 losses, 2 draws, on September 26, 1953 he would win the Italian Bantamweight title over Gianni Zuddas. 

After winning the Italian title, D’Agata would only lose one fight in his next 27 bouts. That only loss was to future world champion Robert Cohen by 10 round decision. He would reverse that loss in a rematch by 6th round knockout over Cohen on June 29, 1956 to win the world bantamweight championship.  The bout was held at the Foro Italico Soccer Stadium, Rome, Italy with over 38,000 fans in attendance. With the win, D’Agata made history as the world’s first deaf champion.

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Muhammad Ali / Revisited … RECAP and VIDEO

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I recently shared a six part series on my personal accounts of Muhammad Ali 다운로드. I would like to take this time to say thank you to the many that responded either on my website, Facebook, or the many other boxing blogs that I subscribe to for viewing 다운로드.

It has now been four years (June 3, 2016) since his passing. I was so honored to have provided, with respect, my short but complete six part series anaconda3 다운로드.

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RING TRIVIA for June 2020

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a) Ezzard Charles

b)  Archie Moore

c) Jimmy Bivins

d) Jersey Joe Walcott

2 – What boxer had the nickname – Boxing Marvel 모노노케?

a)  Joe Gans

b)  Benny Leonard

c) Jack Britton

d) Peter Kane

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Muhammad Ali / Revisited … (Part #6 of 6)

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Muhammad Ali / Revisited … (Part #5 of 6)

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In part five of my six part series on Muhammad Ali, I would like to give you my personal view of ten incredible highlight facts during his boxing career:

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2 ) Ali has appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated magazine 37 times, second only to Michael Jordan.

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