The strong and loyal workhorse killed by the pigs, representing the proletariat.
Heavyweight boxing champion
D. Feb 2nd 2005. heavyweight boxing champion. German boxer and principal opponent of Joe Louis.
There are 2 senators elected from each of the 50 states – each for a 6-year term
Retired three time world heavy weight champion and in 1999 Ali was crowned sportsman of the century by Sports Illustrated and the BBC
World heavyweight boxing champion from 1937 to 1949.
He then became the first boxer in history to win a divisional world championship five times
Peace agreement between the Great Powers and China.
World Championship Winning Boxer
Voice Over: "This is Ken Clean-air Systems, the great white hope of the British boxing world. After three fights - and only two convictions - his manager believes that Ken is ready to face the giant American Satellite Five." Manager, Mr. Englebert Humperdink: "The great thing about Ken is that he's almost totally stupid."
The light-heavy weight champion and Olympic medalist became a biographer for Muhammad Ali and Mike Tyson. b. 3 May 1936 (Ponce, Puerto Rico0 d. 19 January 19 2009 (Ponce, Puerto Rico)
One of the longest careers in the sport; 1913-1998
Heavyweight champion, 1919-1926
Nicknamed the Brown Bomber, reigning heavyweight champion for nearly 12 years; died 1981, age 66
3 May 1934 - 1 May 2011--3 Lonsdale Belts outright, British and European Heavyweight Champion. Best known for knocking down Cassius Clay (Mohammed Ali) in 1963 with his left hook, Henry's Hammer. Clay was in severe trouble until his glove mysteriously split while in his corner, allowing him another minute to recover. Cooper controversionally lost his titles to Joe Bugner in a fight only the referee thought Bugner won and retired.
American Heavyweight Champion, b. 1944 d. 2011; nicknamed "Smokin' Joe"
1969; peaked at #7 on the Billboard Hot 100; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"
Irish-American Heavyweight Champion (1905-1974)
Puerto Rican professional rising through the ranks as world champion from featherweight through middleweight; 1962-2012
D. 2016 Born Cassius Clay. 'The Greatest'
American middleweight boxer wrongfully convicted of murder and released 20 years later from prison after public outcry