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August 08, 1977 | Pat Putnam
Carlos Monzon's victory over Rodrigo Valdes was the 89th of his career, the last 83 of them in a row, and now the middleweight champ will retire to his movie career as Argentina's James Bond. But, as they say in...
July 05, 1976 | Ray Kennedy
Carlos Monzon finally met—and mastered—Rodrigo Valdes and now reigns as undisputed middleweight champion
July 28, 1975
RUFFIANSir:As a horse lover and owner I felt very badly about the destruction of the gallant and beautiful Ruffian (It Ended with One Fated Step, July 14). But I also felt anger. I have to wonder what would happen to...
February 18, 1974 | Clive Gammon
Paris had called middleweight champion Carlos Monzon a wolf, a bull, a jaguar—and he ate Jose Napoles alive
November 20, 1972 | Edwin Shrake