Rocky Graziano Vs. “Sugar” Ray Robinson
April 16, 1952
Chicago Stadium, Chicago Illinois

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A Young “Sugar” Ray Robinson

What city do you box in?

I Live In San Pedro. It’s In L.A. County. & I Used To Box At DG Boxing In Long Beach. But Now I’m Looking For A Better Gym. Thinking About Going To Wild Card. I Wish Robert Garcia Had A Gym Here In L.A. Though.


The fifth fight between Robinson and LaMotta, on February 14 1951, is remembered as “the second St Valentine’s Day Massacre”. Jake LaMotta, having lost four pounds in the day before the fight to meet the 160lb limit, was not at his strongest and was battered by Robinson. He did, at least, retain his record of never having been knocked down. “I didn’t go down, Ray,” he said as he was led from the ring. “You didn’t get me down.”

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