Sugar Ray Robinson Biography
Walker Smith, Jr., Smitty The Flyweight, Sugar Ray Robinson, Sergeant Smith, Won The Welterweight BeltSELECTED WRITINGS BY ROBINSON:
Five-time middleweight champion of the world, Sugar Ray Robinson is remembered as the greatest boxer ever produced by the sport. He won Golden Gloves championships in both featherweight and welterweight classifications and retired undefeated as the world welterweight champion in 1952. He managed also a brief career as a tap dancer, and his Ray Robinson Enterprises spanned the better part of a city block in New York City on 7th Avenue, between 123rd and 124th Streets. Known also for his great generosity and his concern for children, Robinson holds a special place in boxing history.
SELECTED WRITINGS BY ROBINSON:
(With Dave Anderson) Sugar Ray, Viking Press, 1969.
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