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May 28, 1956 | Martin Kane
The power of positive thinking and a left hook beat Bobo and reaffirmed Sugar Ray's role as the Sweetest scientist
November 19, 1956
Clowning dodger Gil Hodges, out of his usual quiet character, draws loud yaks and wide grins from Japanese schoolboys with his caricature of an outfielder climbing the wall at Osaka.
Sugar Ray Robinson grabs the tiger's share in his title defense against Gene Fullmer, and so it is SUGAR FOR SUGAR
December 03, 1956 | Martin Kane
Before television made it unnecessary for boxing to attract a paying gate, matchmakers strove for a contrast in styles to entice the customers in—and there was never a better billing than "Boxer vs. Slugger." It...
January 14, 1957 | Martin Kane
Not without honor, Sugar Ray Robinson surrenders his title to bull-strong Gene Fullmer in a battle of Wit vs. Brawn
April 29, 1957 | Martin Kane
Trying to regain the title he has already won three times, Sugar Ray Robinson faces Champion Gene Fullmer in a return bout at Chicago