What’s My Line


This popular panel game show ran on CBS-TV from 1950 to 1967 다운로드. This is Sugar Ray Robinson – the show was shot on July 1, 1956 – almost 57 years ago. Sugar Ray is considered the greatest boxer of all time in any weight class by experts in boxing 인디자인 cs5 다운로드. The phrase “pound for pound” was invented just for him when they compare any boxer of any era. I am sharing a photo that he autographed for me at a local amateur boxing show in my home town of Santa Barbara, California in 1986 웹 디렉토리 다운로드. This photo was taken in New York on September 23, 1958; he is with Hogan “Kid” Bassey (left) displaying their world championship belts 나스로. Click below on link to view: What’s My Line episode.


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  1. This is my father’s father my father Harry while I was the principal second and training for the greatest fighter that ever lived, yet he gets no respect, or credit for his work. I’m endeavoring to write a book about my pop and his boxing travel. Can someone help me I want to write a book and possibly a movie comment you made movies about every other guy would have a boxing life I was almost too good champion it’s time to make a movie about the greatest fighter than ever cross the ropes!!!!!call me I’m the real deal Google Harry Wiley trainer you will see my father’s accolades! Somebody out there call me let’s get this thing rolling! Here on my contact numbers 203 507 2 614 that’s my cell, 203 671-7040 that’s my home. Stop writing about inferior fighters and let’s do something about the greatest Sugar Ray Robinson! After all you have deemed him the greatest fighter of all time let’s talk about the guy who helped him get there, my dad Harry Wiley who did who trained two of the greatest fighters that ever lived Sugar Ray Robinson, and when he died he was also training Muhammad Ali! My dad was also the trailer to the other greatest fighter of all time he was the assistant trainer to the great Henry Armstrong I think that qualifies him to be in the Hall of Fame but he’s not, I wonder why?

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