Ray Robinson


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Noun1.Ray Robinson - United States prizefighter who won the world middleweight championship five times and the world welterweight championship once (1921-1989)
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London-born Downes, dubbed the Paddington Express, won the middleweight title in 1961 and beat ageing legend Sugar Ray Robinson the following year.
LaMotta - nicknamed the "Bronx Bull" during his fight career - was best known for his bouts against Sugar Ray Robinson.
LaMotta fought the great Sugar Ray Robinson six times, handing Robinson the first defeat of his career in 1943 and losing the middleweight title to him in a storied match on Feb.
LaMotta's career was highlighted by a rivalry with the legendary Sugar Ray Robinson, who beat LaMotta in five of their six matches, including an especially ferocious title bout in 1951.
1 Disney's Alice In Wonderland was released 2 Actor Kurt Russell was born 3 Randolph Turpin beat Sugar Ray Robinson 4 President Truman fired General MacArthur impossipuzzles "How old is Santiago?
On the same day in 1989, Sugar Ray Robinson, unbeaten welterweight champion and five times winner of the middleweight title, died.
At Namaste, we are passionate about the consumer, and intently listen to her to ensure that we continue to meet her hair care needs," commented Nicole Ray Robinson, category head for straightening, maintenance and hairdress at the company.
Instead Brook will settle down to watch reruns of his heroes 'Sugar' Ray Leonard and 'Sugar' Ray Robinson in action - and take all the inspiration he can.
When Randolph Turpin was crowned World Middleweight Champion with his historic victory over Sugar Ray Robinson, millions were glued to wirelesses while 18,000 crammed into Earls Court.
Dr Mark Baker has planned an event to celebrate former world middleweight champion Randolph Turpin, who used the castle as a base prior to his 1951 defeat to American boxing legend Sugar Ray Robinson.
On the same day in 1989 Sugar Ray Robinson, unbeaten welterweight champion and five times winner of the middleweight title, died.
The company had a football team which included Ray Robinson, Geoff Bell, David Jones, and Harry Walker.