cornerman

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cornerman

(ˈkɔːnəˌmæn)
n, pl -men
the first baseman
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Wobbly, Omori struggled to reach his corner men, who frantically tried to bring him back to his senses.
CASSIUS CLAY v SONNY LISTON Miami Beach, Florida February 25, 1964 Clay's corner men were convinced Liston's team applied a substance to a cut on his head that their fighter rubbed into Clay's eyes, temporarily blinding him in round five.
The trash-talking has been limited to the corner men in the build-up to the richest fight in history.
beat of helicopter rotors, the corner men in camouflage?
Free from the stringent rules which bind our candidates, the battle between Obama and Romney is tipped to be the most brutal the flabby West has seen in generations and their corner men have war chests large enough, with no questions asked, to ensure a constant supply of low blows.
Clay's corner men increased a tear in his gloves to give him a longer break between rounds and he came back to stop Cooper in the fifth.
His support team and corner men, Russ Newton, John Warren and father Alan Morgan, were delighted with his performance.
found the range with some crippling body shots, especially in the third and fourth rounds, eventually forcing Cannon's corner men to step in and stop the scheduled six-rounder at 1:07 of the fourth round before about 400 fans last night at Freeport Hall in Dorchester.
Smith and co will also benefit from working with two new corner men this season.
The African - who sang with his corner men before the fight - couldn't match Limond's rhythm or consistency of telling punches and was largely reduced to fresh air shots.
He has the drive and optimism of youth - and the canniest of cuts and corner men in the shape of his dad.
As a Los Angeles city councilwoman, this self-described feminist lesbian used to corner men and cry to get her way.