Few boxers in history have understood the “sweet science” like the man born, Walker Smith Jr. Competing professionally for nearly three decades, and holding the Welterweight title from 1946-1951, “Sugar” Ray Robinson would later capture the World Middleweight Championship later in 1951 after beating the “Raging Bull” himself, Jake LaMotta in what would be their sixth fight together. Amassing a record of 173-19-6 upon his retirement in 1965, Ray Robinson is often regarded as the greatest boxer of all time pound-for-pound.
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