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The Question: In a free-for-all between Rocky Marciano, Heavyweight Boxing Champion, and Lou Thesz, Wrestling Champion, who woul
September 19, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
ROCKY MARCIANOWorld's Heavyweight Champion"I'd bat his brains out, throwing punches from the opening bell. Thesz has no defense against pile-driving punches. And I've broken a few holds, myself. I'd welcome the...
September 19, 1955
Rocky Marciano, tapering off training for his Tuesday title defense against Archie Moore at Yankee Stadium, was a better than 3-1 favorite to remain World Heavyweight Champion. In the bookmakers' odds you must bet...
September 12, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
In a free-for-all between Rocky Marciano, the heavyweight champion, and Lou Thesz, wrestling champion, who would win?
WIN OR LOSE, ARCHIE MOORE'S PUBLICITY CAMPAIGN FOR THE TITLE FIGHT MAKES HIM THE SPORT'S COMMUNICATIONS CHAMP
September 05, 1955 | Budd Schulberg
If Archie Moore does what he keeps saying he'll do—relieve Rocky Marciano of his heavyweight title—he'll be the first man to write as well as fight his way to the championship. When he climbs into the ring, sporting...
August 15, 1955 | Gerald Holland
Roger Bannister beats John Landy in thrilling 3:58.8 mile at Vancouver.