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 of a tough customer between...
Via The Queensbury Rules
December 16, 2012  |  Discuss

Henry Cooper, 76, Dead; Scariest Boxing Photo Ever

Former heavyweight fighter Henry Cooper, one of the most popular personalities in the history of British sports died yesterday at the age of 76.  He was the first boxer to be knighted and was famous for almost knocking out a young Muhammad Ali when he was still known as the up-and-coming Cassius Clay in 1963. Three years later, Cooper would be beaten to a bloodied pulp after he was...
Via The Other Paper
May 02, 2011  |  Discuss

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