Who did sunshine of your love first? jimi hendrix sunshine of your love.
|Sugar Ray Leonard|
|Wins by KO||25|
Leonard retired again in 1991 after losing a WBC super welterweight title bout, but he returned to the ring once more in 1997, at age 40, and lost by a fifth-round technical knockout. He retired after the fight with a record of 36 wins (25 by knockout), 3 losses, and 1 draw.
Not done spawning rivalries, Robinson lost his title on Jan. 2, 1957 to Gene Fullmer. Robinson suffered a bad cut alongside his right eye in the 14th round and dropped a unanimous decision. But he won back the title four months later with a quick left hook in the fifth round, first time Fullmer was ever knocked out.
On June 20, 1980, Roberto Duran won the WBC welterweight title by defeating Sugar Ray Leonard by unanimous decision in 15 hard-fought rounds.
He has said that he quit because of stomach cramps, which started to bother him in the fifth round. He said the cramps occurred because he took off weight too quickly, then ate too much after the morning weigh-in, but his manager, Carlos Eleta, said Durán always ate that way before a fight.
Two judges had the fight close, seven rounds to five each way, with judge Lou Filippo scoring the fight 115–113 for Hagler, and judge Dave Moretti scoring the fight 115–113 for Leonard.
Due to the ambitious settings, “The Diplomat’s Club” was the first episode of Seinfeld for which no scenes were filmed live before a studio audience. … Morgan, looks like Sugar Ray Leonard, inspiring the George story in the episode.
Sugar Ray Robinson by far was probably the best lb for lb fighter ever. He was leagues above Leonard. Robinson also was very strong while Leonard was fast. Both where sound fighters but weight and size alone gave Robinson a large advantage there.
1. Muhammad Ali. Widely considered as the greatest boxer of all-time, Muhammad Ali is one of the most popular athletes of any sport and the fighter who transcended the game of boxing to a different level. He became the first fighter to win the heavyweight division three times.
Robinson continued to fight until late 1965, when he was 45 years old. In 201 professional bouts, he had 109 knockouts. He suffered only 19 defeats, most of them when he was past 40. His outstanding ability and flamboyant personality made him a hero of boxing fans throughout the world.
FORMER Olympic gold medallist (Montreal 1976) and then unbeaten professional welterweight Sugar Ray Leonard stopped compatriot Floyd Mayweather Snr in the 10th and last round to register his 14th successive professional win on September 9, 1978 at Providence, Rhode Island’s Civic Center.
In 2020, Celebrity Net Worth estimates the 54-year old Tyson’s net worth to be at $3-million.
It has been debated for years whether Duran actually said, “No Mas.” Duran has said he never said the words and blamed commentator Howard Cosell for coming up with it. … “He never said ‘No mas’ to me, but he told the referee ‘no more. ‘” Leonard would go on to defeat Duran in a rubber match by unanimous decision in 1989.
Roberto Duran Quotes Yes, it’s true I once knocked out a horse. It was at a fiesta in my mother’s home town of Guarare. Someone bet me a bottle of whiskey that I couldn’t do it.
|Wins by KO||70|
Marvelous Marvin HaglerTotal fights67Wins62Wins by KO52Losses3
In fact, in 1987 there were far more questions regarding these two fighters than there were superlatives. While Hagler was just 32 and hadn’t lost a fight in eleven years, some wondered if his skills were eroding, a fact seemingly borne out by his grueling battle with John Mugabi in 1986.
Hagler won the fight by heeding Petronelli’s advice and battering an exhausted Duran for the last six minutes of the fight, finally shedding his caution when he had to and taking the fight to the challenger. Briefly, Hagler was marvelous again.
Ian Abercrombie, the classically trained British stage actor best known to American TV audiences as Elaine Benes’ nutty boss Mr. Pitt on “Seinfeld,” died of a heart attack Thursday in Los Angeles. He was 77.
- The Strike. …
- The Outing. (Season 4, Episode 17) …
- The Contest. (Season 4, Episode 11) …
- The Parking Garage. (Season 3, Episode 6) …
- The Chinese Restaurant. (Season 2, Episode 11) …
- The Library. (Season 3, Episode 5) …
- The Soup Nazi. (Season 7, Episode 6) …
- The Comeback. (Season 8, Episode 13)
An actor named Mark DeCarlo played the ficticious “Alec Berg,” who had primo New York Rangers playoff tickets — something that Jerry (Seinfeld) and overzealous New Jersey Devils fan David Puddy (Patrick Warburton) took full advantage of.
EXPERTS’ PICKS. Floyd Mayweather Jr. is great, but Sugar Ray Robinson is the greatest ever and would beat Mayweather if we could somehow make the fight happen. … He could take a shot and he had power in both hands, while Mayweather isn’t a big puncher with either hand. He would easily match Mayweather skillwise.
In a career that spanned 25 years, Robinson amassed 175 wins, 110 knockouts and just 19 losses.
Sugar Ray Robinson is considered the Greatest of All Time because he had speed, footwork, acute skills and crushing punching power. In a 25 year pro career, Robinson scored 109 knockouts.
Three-time World Heavyweight Champion Muhammad Ali is considered one of the world’s greatest boxers. His professional record of 56 wins and five losses is unprecedented.
Earnie Shavers is the man Ali has called the strongest puncher he ever faced. Ali beat him by unanimous decision, with the judges scoring 9-6 twice and 9-5 once.
George Foreman has been named the hardest-hitting heavyweight of all time ahead of fellow boxing legend Mike Tyson. ‘Big’ George, 71, captured the heavyweight championship twice in his illustrious fighting career and was widely feared for his destructive punching power.
1: Jimmy Wilde: 132-3 It would be the beginning to the greatest start in boxing history. Wilde would fight an astonishing 28 times in 1911, finishing the year with a 27-0-1 record. By the end of 1914, he recorded the longest unbeaten record in boxing history of 93-0-1 – a record that still stands today.
Floyd Mayweather Sr. had a nice boxing career was even in the picture of the boxing world. He had 35 professional bouts in his career, starting in 1974 with a win over Ron Pettigrew, according to BoxRec. Mayweather Sr. started 4-0 in his career before losing to Tyrone Phelps in May 1975.
Mayweather Sr. has a net worth of $5 million, per Celebrity Net Worth. Mayweather’s income sources are unknown, but he made a huge chunk of his net worth by training other fighters and making them world champions.
Floyd Mayweather Sr.Total fights62Wins56Wins by KO18Losses6
Full NameCassius Marcellus Clay JrNet Worth$50 millionSocial MediaInstagram, TwitterMerchPosters, Book, AutographsLast UpdateDecember, 2021
Full NameTyson Luke FuryReach85 inches (216 cm)Total Fights31Net Worth$40 millionSocial MediaInstagram, Twitter, Facebook
Duran walked out of his WBC welterweight title re-match with Sugar Ray Leonard after 2 minutes 44 seconds of the eighth round. He was not hurt, not bleeding, not out of the fight. He just lost his temper and quit.
NEW YORK – April 15, 2021 – From 1980 through 1989, four great champions and future Hall of Famers raised the level of their sport. It was boxing at its best, at its most enthralling. Over the span of one glorious decade, they fought each other nine times.
Although most at the fight including the television announcers scored it as Hearns winning, the judges called it a draw and were loudly booed by the ringside crowd. With one judge scoring the fight 113-112 for Leonard, another judge scoring it 113-112 in favor of Hearns and the third scoring it even at 112–112.