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HENRY COOPER RUMORS & GOSSIP

Today in Sports History – 5/21

Today in sports history… In 1966, Muhammad Ali defended his heavyweight title against the English Champion, Henry Cooper.  The fight was stopped in the sixth round after a rash of blows by Ali that left Cooper with a wide open gash on his left eye brow. Notable Birthdays: 1981-Josh Hamilton, 1977-Ricky Williams, 1972-Notorious B.I.G., 1957-Bruce Buffer image h/t: bestboxingblog...
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The Blood Is The Life: 25 Of The Worst Gashes In Boxing, Part II

Cassius Clay TKO6 Henry Cooper, 1966 Not unlike Marcel Thil in the first installment of this "bad cuts" list, sitting atop Sir Henry Cooper's neck was the visage of a born fighter. He looked like a man who had worked in some sort of mine for fun, or picked fights because it just happened to be a day that ended in "y." Aside from being the definition...
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December 16, 2012  |  Discuss
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