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RING TRIVIA for June 2022 – CORRECT ANSWERS

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I have always been intrigued with boxing trivia 다운로드. 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. It’s now my pleasure to bring boxing trivia to my website for everyone aws s3 이미지 다운로드. 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 신용재 다운로드.

1 – What boxer fought and beat father Phil Johnson and son Harold Johnson ?

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b) Ezzard Charles

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d) 2016

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Boxer’s – Gone Too Soon

By David Martinez / Boxing Historian / dmboxing.com

When I think of super star singers that have died too young before reaching full stardom, the ones that I instantly think of (and there are more) would be Ritchie Valens (age 17), Buddy Holly (age 22), Selena Quintanilla (age 23), and The Notorious B.I.G windows 10 디스크 이미지. (age 24).

There are similar, tragic stories in the sport of boxing. Here is my personal list of the top five boxers (listed in order by their eras in the ring) who died at a very young age (ie, before twenty-five years of age) 다운로드. Each were great in their respective years in the ring, and arguably could have gone on to greater heights.

The five are Stanley Ketchel (age 24), Les Darcy (age 21), Pancho Villa (age 23), Tyrone Everett (age 24), and Salvador Sanchez (age 23) 다운로드. I want to mention Benny Parent who would certainly be a top choice by anyone in boxing; but my criteria here is before their 25th birthday – Parent was 25 upon his death 검은사막.

Stanley Ketchel / Born: September 14, 1886 / Died October 15, 1910 / Nickname:  Michigan Assassin 더 쉬프트 5 다운로드. Boxing Record: 51 wins, 4 losses, 4 draws, 1 no contest, 48 by KO / Middleweight Champion.

Ketchel died while training and working at Colonel R.P. Dickerson’s Two Bar Ranch in Conway, Missouri. He was shot in the chest by ranch hand Walter Dipley, who was allegedly jealous of his common-law wife who was attracted to Ketchel.

Boxing Historian Nat Fleischer, The Ring magazine founder and editor is quoted as saying: ”Stanley Ketchel is one of the greatest middleweights of all time, and I considered him to be unbeatable at the height of his career.”

Boxing Historian Al Nelson was extremely high on Ketchel and concurred with Fleischer, and he personally told me this during our visits in 1969, ’70, and ’71. Both Nelson and Fleischer lived in the Ketchel era. In my greatest middleweight ranking, I list Ketchel at #4, right behind Harry Greb, Carlos Monzon, and Tommy Ryan, and just ahead of Marvin Hagler and Mickey Walker. Note: Sugar Ray Robinson is ranked #1 over in my welterweight division.

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The Greatest Boxers From Each Country

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By David Martinez / Boxing Historian / dmboxing.com

Picking the greatest boxers of all time, from different countries around the world, was really an easy and fun task 다운로드. Over the years I have researched this topic at great length and interviewed many people. I have spoken to the older generations of fans and fighters who personally saw many of the boxers fight that were before my time. Their expertise and the input they offered was invaluable 다운로드.

For each fighter my main basis for ranking them was the height, peak, prime, and pinnacle of their careers regardless of weight or eras in which they fought 워크 래프트 1 다운로드. The level of their competition played a huge factor, but not necessarily their ring record.

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RING TRIVIA for June 2022

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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 웹 크롤링 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 ms word 뷰어.

1 – What boxer fought and beat father Phil Johnson and son Harold Johnson adobe reader 11 다운로드?

a) Joe Louis

b) Ezzard Charles

c) Archie Moore

d) Jersey Joe Walcott

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a) 2004

b) 2008

c) 2012

d) 2016

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Katie Taylor vs. Amanda Serrano “Epic Fight” RECAP

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On April 30, 2022, an historic event in women’s boxing took place at the iconic Madison Square Garden Arena in New York, when Ireland’s Katie Taylor and Puerto Rico’s Amanda Serrano faced each other in an action packed bout cd게임 다운로드.

Taylor, the undefeated four division lightweight champion, and Serrano, previously holding titles in seven different weight classes, certainly both came to fight in a most anticipated match that is surely a strong candidate, thus far, for fight of the year 다운로드.

It was a close fight with two contrasting styles, and with a few rounds difficult to score. But in the end, the fans were truly treated with the power and glory and determination of two women that gave their absolute best 젠7 바둑 다운로드.

Round five was epic, with Taylor starting strong, then Serrano coming on with an awesome offensive attack in spectacular form 다운로드.

Actually, at that juncture of the fight, I thought that Serrano would end the bout by knockout in the upcoming sixth round, but it was not to be as Taylor managed to recover and dominate the remainder of the fight 율동동요 다운로드.

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My Boxing Past / Grand Memories

By David Martinez / Boxing Historian / dmboxing.com

My interest in boxing goes back to 1961. For more than 60 years it has been my passion and an integral part of my life 번아웃 파라다이스. Over the years I have been privileged to know and learn from some of the most knowledgeable people in the fight game. However, if I had to name three whose experience and wisdom had the greatest impact on me, they would be as follows:

Al Nelson (Boxing Historian)

Millie Robinson (3rd Wife of Sugar Ray Robinson)

Jay Tunney (Son of Gene Tunney)

*** Al Nelson – I met in 1969 when he was the host and curator at the Jeffries Barn Boxing Museum at Knott’s Berry Farm in Buena Park, California 한자 폰트 무료 다운로드. He taught me about fighters of his era which included, James J. Jeffries, Jack Johnson, Bob Fitzsimmons, Stanley Ketchel, Terry McGovern, plus many others, including one of his personal favorites, Jack Root 쏘우 3 다운로드.

Many times I drove the 200 plus miles, round-trip, from my home in Santa Barbara to the Jeffries Barn just to sit and talk with Al. This was such a delight as I absorbed so much from this kind and knowledgeable man 캠핑클럽 5회 다운로드. I will always remember when he told me Bob Fitzsimmons was the most underrated puncher he had ever seen.

Over the years he gave me many pieces of boxing memorabilia, including one of my most prized possessions 다운로드. In 1972 he gave me a cigar box cover (circa 1900) with an image of undefeated world heavyweight champion James J. Jeffries.

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Hagler vs. Hearns … REVISITED

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By David Martinez / Boxing Historian / dmboxing.com

April 15th is approaching this coming week and most think of it as ‘Tax Day’, which is rightfully so 인공지능 다운로드. But, I think otherwise to April 15, 1985 – The Fight of the Year, The Round of the Year (round one), and The Fight of the Decade (eighties) – Marvin Hagler (60-2-2 / 50 by KO) vs 다운로드. Thomas Hearns (40-1 / 34 by KO) for the ‘undisputed’ middleweight championship of the world at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas.

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Hagler, normally a slow starter, came out at the opening bell pinning Hearns to the ropes 엔트리 코딩 다운로드. Hearns threw a devastating right that stunned Hagler for a moment, as both began to trade power punches with knockout intentions. Hagler stunned Hearns with a hard left hand, becoming the aggressor, as the two continued to trade power punches 다운로드. This vicious action continued, and suddenly Hagler developed a cut on his forehead, but that didn’t stop him as he pinned Hearns to the ropes and continued his assault, hurting Hearns as that blistering round ended 다운로드.

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