Sugar Ray Robinson 20 Career Boxing Fights On 8 DVDs With  Motion Menus
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     SUGAR RAY ROBINSON 20 fights on 8 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Sugar Ray Robinson vs Lamotta VI
Sugar Ray Robinson vs Turpin I
Sugar Ray Robinson vs Turpin II
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SUGAR RAY ROBINSON 20 fights on 8 boxing DVDS
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Fights Boxing DVD 2
Sugar Ray Robinson vs Olson II
Sugar Ray Robinson vs Graziano
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Sugar Ray Robinson vs Fullmer I
Sugar Ray Robinson vs Fullmer II
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Sugar Ray Robinson vs Fullmer III
Sugar Ray Robinson vs Fullmer IV
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Sugar Ray Robinson documentary
Sugar Ray Robinson documentary
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Sugar Ray Robinson vs Jones
Sugar Ray Robinson vs Moyer I
Fights Boxing DVD 7
Sugar Ray Robinson vs Moyer II
Sugar Ray Robinson vs Dykes
Fights Boxing DVD 8
Sugar Ray Robinson vs Fusari
Sugar Ray Robinson vs Maxim
Sugar Ray Robinson vs Olson III
Sugar Ray Robinson vs Olson IV
Sugar Ray Robinson vs Basilio I (HL)
Sugar Ray Robinson vs Basilio II (HL)
Sugar Ray Robinson vs Pender

Sugar Ray Robinson (born Walker Smith Jr.; May 3, 1921 - April 12, 1989) was an American professional boxer. Frequently cited as the greatest boxer of all time, Robinson's performances in the welterweight and middleweight divisions prompted sportswriters to create "pound-for-pound" rankings, where they compared fighters regardless of weight. He was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 1990.


Robinson was 85-0 as an amateur with 69 of those victories coming by way of knockout, 40 in the first round. He turned professional in 1940 at the age of 19 and by 1951 ha a professional record of 128-1-2 with 84 knockouts. From 1943 to 1951 Robinson went on a 91 fight unbeaten streak, the third longest in professional boxing history. Robinson held the world welterweight title from 1946 ot 1951, and won the world middleweight title in the latter year. He retired in 1952, only to come back two and a half years later and regain the middleweight title in 1955. He then became the first boxer in history to win a divisional world championship five times, a feat he accomplished by defeating Carmen Basilio in 1958 to regain the middleweight championship. Robinson was named "fighter of the year" twice: first for his performances in 1942, then nine years and over 90 fights later, for his efforts in 1951.


Renowned for his flamboyant lifestyle outside the ring, Robinson is credited with being the originator of the modern sports "entourage". After his boxing career ended, Robinson attempted a career as an entertainer, but it was not successful, and he struggled financially until his death in 1989. In 2006, he was featured on a commemorative stamp by the United States Postal service.


Early life

Robinson was born Walker Smith Jr. in Alley, Georgia (according to the Sugar Ray Robinson Official Site), to Walker Smith Sr. and Leila Hurst. Robinson was the youngest of three children; his older sister Marie was born in 1917 and his older sister Evelyn was born in 1919. His father was a cotton, peanut, and corn farmer in Georgia, who moved the family to Detroit where he initially found work in construction. According to Robinson, Smith Sr. later worked two jobs to support his family, cement mixer and sewer worker. "He had to get up at six in the morning and he'd get home close to midnight. Six days a week. The only day I really saw him was Sunday, I always wanted to be with him more."


His parents separated and he moved with his mother to the New York City neighborhood of Harlem at the age of twelve. Robinson originally aspired to be a doctor, but after dropping out of De Witt Clinton High school in ninth grade he switched his goal to boxing. When he was 15, he attempted to enter his first boxing tournament but was told he needed to first obtain an AAU membership card. However, he could not procure one until he was eighteen years old. He received his name when he circumvented the AAU's age restriction by borrowing a birth certificate from his friend Ray Robinson. Subsequently told that he was "sweet as sugar" by a lady in the audience at a fight in Watertown, New York, Smith Jr. became known as "Sugar" Ray Robinson.


Robinson idolized Henry Armstrong and Joe Louis as a youth, and actually lived on the same block as Louis in Detroit when Robinson was 11 and Louis was 17. Outside the ring, Robinson got into trouble frequently as a youth, and was involved with a violent street gang. He married at 16. The couple had one son, Ronnie, and divorced when Robinson was 19. He finished his amateur career with an 85-0 record with 69 knockouts, 40 coming in the first round. He won the Golden Gloves featherweight championship in 1939, and the organization's lightweight championship in 1940.


Boxing career

Early career

Robinson made his professional debut on October 4, 1940, winning via second round knockout over Joe Echevarria. Robinson fought five more times in 1940, winning each time, with four wins coming by way of knockout. In 1941, he defeated world champion Sammy Angott, future champion Marty servo and former champion Fritzie Zivic. The Robinxon-Angott fight was held above the lightweight limit, since Angott did not want to risk losing his lightweight title.