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             EZZARD CHARLES 23 fights on 5 boxing DVDs
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EZZARD CHARLES 23 fights on 5 boxing DVDS
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Fights Boxing DVD 1
Ezzard Charles vs Marshall II
Ezzard Charles vs Walcott (HL)
Ezzard Charles vs Valentino
Ezzard Charles vs Louis
Ezzard Charles 23 Career Boxing Fights On 5 DVDs With Motion Menus
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Ezzard Mack Charles (July 7, 1921- May 28, 1975), known as the Cincinnati Cobra, was an American professional boxer and World Heavyweight Champion. Known for his slick defense and precision, he is often considered the greatest light heavyweight boxer of all time. As on May 2021, BoxRec ranks Charles as the second greatest boxer of all time, pound for pound, behind Floyd Mayweather Jr. Charles defeated numerous Hall of Fame fighteres in three different weight classes. Charles retired with a record of 95 wins, 25 losses and 1 draw. He was posthumously inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in the inaugural class of 1990.


Charles was very close with Rocky Marciano and a neighbor and friend of Muhammad Ali when they both lived on 85th Street in Chicago. Charles also starred in one motion picture: Mau Mau Drums, an independent (and unreleased) jungle-adventure film shot in and around Cincinnati in 1960 by filmmaker Earl Schwieterman.


In 1968, Charles was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease. The disease affected Charles' legs and eventually left him completely disabled. A fund raiser was held to assist Charles and many of his former opponents spoke on his behalf. Rocky Marciano in particular called Charles the bravest man he ever fought. The former boxer spent his last days in a nursing home. A chilling 1973 commercial showed Charles in his wheelchair horribly disabled by ALS. Charles died on May 28, 1975 in Chicago.


In 1976, Cincinnati honored Charles by changing the name of the Lincoln Park Drive to Ezzard Charles Drive. This was the street of his residence during the height of his career.

In 2002, Charles was ranked No.13 on The Ring magazine's list of the 80 Best Fighters of the Last 80 years.

In 2006, Ezzard Charles was named the 11th greatest fighter of all time by the IBRO (International Boxing Research Organization).

The "Cincinnati Cobra" was a master boxer of extraordinary skill and ability. He had speed, agility, fast hands and excellent footwork. Charles possessed a masterful jab and was a superb combination puncher. He ws at his peak as a light-heavyweight. His record is quite impressive. Against top rate opposition like Archie Moore, Charley Burley, Lloyd Marshall, Jimmy Bivins, and Joey Maxim, he was an impressive 16-2 combined. Despite being a natural light-heavy he won the heavyweight title and made 9 successful title defenses. Nearly 25% of voters had Charles in the top 10. Half of the voters had him in the top 15. Two thirds of voters hadd him inside the top 20.

Muhammad Ali said in his own autobiography:

"Ezzard Charles was a truly great fighter and champion. He was the only heavyweight champion, other than a young Sonny Liston, who I think would have really troubled me at my best."

In 2007, ESPN online ranks Ezzard Charles as the 27th greatest boxer of all time, ahead of such notable fighters as Mike Tyson, Larry Holmes and Jake LaMotta.

Fights Boxing DVD 2
Ezzard Charles vs Oma
Ezzard Charles vs Walcott II
Ezzard Charles vs Maxim IV
Ezzard Charles vs Walcott III
Ezzard Charles vs Layne
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Ezzard Charles vs Walcott IV
Ezzard Charles vs Brion
Ezzard Charles vs Bivins V
Ezzard Charles vs Harrison
Ezzard Charles vs Layne III
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Ezzard Charles vs Norkus
Ezzard Charles vs Holman I (HL)
Ezzard Charles vs Holman II
Ezzard Charles vs Andrews (HL)
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Ezzard Charles vs Johnson
Ezzard Charles vs Wallace
Ezzard Charles vs Satterfield
Ezzard Charles vs Marciano I
Ezzard Charles vs Marciano II