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Schme•ling

(ˈʃmɛl ɪŋ)

n.
Max, born 1905, German boxer.
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1930: Germany's Max Schmeling won the world heavyweight boxing title against Jack Sharkey in New York on a disqualification in round four - and is the only man to win the title in such a manner.
Schwarz, who is unbeaten in 24 fights, is seeking inspiration from German legend Max Schmeling who shocked boxing when he knocked American Joe Louis out in the 12th round at the Yankee Stadium in 1936 - a fight that was clouded in political tension.
This is my gift to you all." Charr is Germany's first world heavyweight champion since Max Schmeling reigned from 1930-1932.
The book includes the key milestones in his boxing career -- the fight that killed Baer's opponent Frankie Campbell, the clash with German fighter Max Schmeling from which the book gets its title, the surprise loss to James Braddock -- but little time is spent on these events.
Which of the following athletes was NOT a veteran: CFL star Jeff Nicklin, Maple Leaf goalie Johnny Bower, England football captain Billy Wright, boxer Max Schmeling, Canadiens Maurice "Rocket" Richard, baseball star Ted Williams?
En effet, a New York, Joe Louis, champion du monde poids lourd rencontrait l'allemand Max Schmeling.L'Americain Joe Louis, champion du monde entre 1937 et 1949, ne souhaitait pas qu'on l'appelle "champion" jusqu'a sa revanche contre Max Schmeling, puisqu'il n'a perdu aucun match de sa carriere que face a l'allemand, qui apparaissait avec son sourire provocateur comme l'incarnation de l'ideologie nazie.
While Tyson was to regain the world title later as ESPN opined at the time "the mystique of the untouchable, invincible 'Baddest Man on the Planet' had been shattered." Max Schmeling v Joe Louis--June 22 1938 If ever there was a 'Good' versus 'Evil' this was the bout, a heavyweight world title fight with the champion Louis representing the free world and former champion Schmeling -- who had inflicted Louis' first career defeat in a non-title fight in 1936 -- the Nazi regime in Germany.
In 1938, Joe Louis knocked out Max Schmeling in the first round of their rematch at Yankee Stadium.
" When he beat Hitler's Aryan hero Max Schmeling in their second"ght in June 1937, the distinguished black writer Richard Wright also saw Joe as an ambassador for his people.
The legendary German boxing champion of the day, Max Schmeling, contributed to the motif's popularity.