Boxing Legends Sugar Ray Robinson, Marvin Hagler, Muhammad Ali, Sugar Ray Leonard, Ken Norton & former L.A. mayor, Tom Bradley

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Sugar Ray Robinson        .....Someone once said there was a comparison between Sugar Ray Leonard and Sugar Ray Robinson. Believe me, there's no comparison. Sugar Ray Robinson was the greatest.  —Sugar Ray Leonard      ....The king, the master, my idol.  —Muhammad Ali       ....He was the greatest. Pound for pound, the greatest fighter who ever lived. There's no question about it.  —Jake La Motta

Sugar Ray Robinson Boxing Champion often called the best fighter in the history of boxing. Born in Ailey, GA

Sugar Ray Robinson, the G.O.A.T., was born in Detroit on this date in 1921. ...

Sugar Ray Robinson, the G., was born in Detroit on this date in .

Sugar Ray Robinson 1957

Sugar Ray Robinson 1957 Archival Photo Sports Poster

Sugar Ray Robinson skipping to music as a routine in his training camp (© Ralph Morse)

Boxer Sugar Ray Robinson skips rope to music as a routine in his training camp by Ralph Morse,

Sugar Ray Robinson and Muhammad Ali - 1990

The Great Sugar Ray Robinson, And The Greatest Boxer Ever, Muhammad Ali

"The three toughest fighters I ever fought were Sugar Ray Robinson, Sugar Ray Robinson, and Sugar Ray Robinson. I fought Sugar Ray Robinson so many times, I’m surprised I’m not diabetic.” The flamboyant personality of the affable and good-natured LaMotta, whose personal life was nonetheless stormy and turbulent with women, could not have described it better for the press.

"The three toughest fighters I ever fought were Sugar Ray Robinson, Sugar Ray Robinson, and Sugar Ray Robinson. I fought Sugar Ray Robinson so many times, I’m surprised I’m not diabetic.” The flamboyant personality of the affable and good-natured LaMotta, whose personal life was nonetheless stormy and turbulent with women, could not have described it better for the press.

Muhammad Ali: Previously unseen photographs of the Champ:  Three great fighters, Sugar Ray Robinson, Sugar Ray Leonard and Ali at Caesar's Palace, Las Vegas, NV  Ali, in a Las Vegas hotel lobby with the legendary Middleweight Champion, Sugar Ray Robinson (left). Ali called him, 'the king, the master, my idol.' He is regarded as 'pound for pound, the best boxer of all time'. Between them is Sugar Ray Leonard, the first boxer to win titles in five different weight classes

Muhammad Ali, The Champ: previously unseen photographs

Sugar Ray Robinson won the notorious St Valentine’s Day Massacre #OnThisDay in 1951: http://www.boxingnewsonline.net/on-this-day-sugar/ #boxing

On This Day: Sugar Ray Robinson wins the St Valentine's Day Massacre - Boxing News

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