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AFTER DISPOSING OF MOST OF THE HEAVYWEIGHT CONTENDERS, ARCHIE MOORE LICKS A MIDDLEWEIGHT AND THUS EARNS A SHOT AT THE TITLE
July 04, 1955 | Budd Schulberg
It looks as if life is going to begin at 40 for Archie Moore. The "records" to the contrary, he's at least 39 now, and a 39-year-old fist fighter is something like a 60-year-old ballerina. Sure, it's possible, but...
MARCIANO'S BATTERING OF DON COCKELL WAS MORE—AND LESS—THAN A RING BATTLE. IT ALMOST RESTARTED THE REVOLUTION
May 30, 1955 | Budd Schulberg
For Years I have pored over accounts of the English prize ring bare-knuckle battles and tried to visualize what those fights were like. Daniel Mendoza, the heavyweight champion from the London ghetto, had introduced...
May 23, 1955
Most Britons who so cheerfully put up a few bob on the outcome of the boat race were not prepared to back a native son seeking the world's heavyweight title at San Francisco, even at 6-1 odds. Like his countrymen of...
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...
May 16, 1955 | William H. White
With 45 seconds to work, a cut specialist and his "emergency stuff" can mean the difference between a victory and a defeat