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June 20, 1955 | William H. White
Before stepping into the ring next Wednesday night to fight a rugged Bobo Olson, the world's light heavyweight champion must first win a battle to knock off nearly 22 pounds of fat
May 09, 1955 | Budd Schulberg
An english heavyweight has come over to the States for a visit. While he's here he hopes to win the championship of the world. He has a better chance of accomplishing that than Archie Moore, Nino Valdes, Bob Baker or...
January 03, 1955 | Furman Bisher
For 87 Years the South's Standard Newspaper
November 01, 1954 | Budd Schulberg
Light-Heavyweight champion Archie Moore, who campaigned for 18 years before the boxing monopoly permitted him to appear at Madison Square Garden, took his case to the public on ABC television last Saturday night....
ABOUT THIS SORRY BUSINESS OF HAND-PICKING OPPONENTS FOR CHAMPIONS, PARTICULARLY IN THE CASE OF ROCKY MARCIANO
May 16, 1955 | Budd Schulberg
The english are supposed to be models of restraint, as their American cousins are wielders of hyperbole, but happening to glance at a British sporting journal the other day I saw that the impending Marciano-Cockell...