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IT WAS never easy to get Willie Pep out of the ring. In a career that lasted from 1940 until 1966, Pep, who died last week, fought 242 times—and won 230. (At one point Pep, who twice held the featherweight belt, was...
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•Willie Pep, former featherweight champion, on reports of his death: "Naw, I'm not dead. I ain't even been out of the house."
May 10, 1965
•Jackie Lennon, bartender-boxer, after losing a fight with the oldtime great, Willie Pep: "At least I can always tell people I once fought Willie Pep."
January 27, 1958
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