Muhammad Ali and Sugar Ray Robinson - Any Questions? boxinghalloffame.com

Sugar Ray Robinson will promote closed circuit of Muhammad Ali-Joe Frazier fight March 8 from the Sports Arena. Robinson is shown talking things over with Ali recently, and timekeeper Ernie Snow.

Sugar Ray Robinson and Muhammad Ali

Ok - Sugar Ray Robinson at 205 vs Muhammad Ali at 15 rounds - 10 ounce…

Sugar Ray Robinson        .....Someone once said there was a comparison between Sugar Ray Leonard and Sugar Ray Robinson. Believe me, there's no comparison. Sugar Ray Robinson was the greatest.  —Sugar Ray Leonard      ....The king, the master, my idol.  —Muhammad Ali       ....He was the greatest. Pound for pound, the greatest fighter who ever lived. There's no question about it.  —Jake La Motta

Sugar Ray Robinson Boxing Champion often called the best fighter in the history of boxing. Born in Ailey, GA

Sugar Ray Robinson, the G.O.A.T., was born in Detroit on this date in 1921. ...

May 1921 – April was an American professional boxer. Frequently cited as the greatest boxer of all time, Robinson’s.

Sugar Ray Robinson skipping to music as a routine in his training camp (© Ralph Morse)

Boxer Sugar Ray Robinson skips rope to music as a routine in his training camp by Ralph Morse,

Yankee Stadium, New York City, Sept. 23, 1957. Basilio wins the Middle Weight title by beating Sugar Ray Robinson with a 15-round decision.  http://media.syracuse.com/post-standard/photo/2012/11/11834053-mmmain.jpg

You could still see flashes of greatness as Sugar Ray Robinson fought his final fight

Boxer, Sugar Ray Robinson in front of his pink Cadillac. Harlem 1950

Boxer Sugar Ray Robinson styling in front of his flamingo-pink Cadillac. In the background, his night club and eatery, Sugar Rays, © George Karger, Life Magazine

Being Sugar Ray: The Life of Sugar Ray Robinson, America's Greatest Boxer and First Celebrity Athlete

Being Sugar Ray: The Life of Sugar Ray Robinson, America's Greatest Boxer and First Celebrity Athlete

Sugar Ray Robinson

Sugar Ray Robinson-born Walker Smith Jr, was an African-American professional boxer. Frequently cited as the greatest boxer of all time. He won 5 middleweight championships and had a record of He died on April 1989 from Alzheimer's at the age of

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