Showing 1 - 10 of 543 Stories for Rocky Marciano
Former heavyweight champion Rocky Marciano was a tough-fisted brawler in the ring and a tightfisted mystery out of it.
The Question: In a free-for-all between Rocky Marciano, Heavyweight Boxing Champion, and Lou Thesz, Wrestling Champion, who would win?
ROCKY MARCIANO World's Heavyweight Champion "I'd bat his brains out, throwing punches from the opening bell. Thesz has no defense against pile- driving ...
MARCIANO'S BATTERING OF DON COCKELL WAS MORE—AND LESS—THAN A RING BATTLE. IT ALMOST RESTARTED THE REVOLUTION
Except for the technicality of wearing eight-ounce gloves, Don Cockell's stand against Rocky Marciano in the fading daylight hours of a cool San Francisco sunlit ...
What's in a Name?
When middleweight champ Marvin Hagler added Marvelous to his name, he wasn't on an ego trip, only confirming what hard work has wrought
'HOW'S MARCIANO GONNA HIT ME?'
For if he should beat Champion Rocky Marciano at Yankee Stadium on the night of Sept. 20 Moore will be the first light-heavyweight champion ever to rise ...
ABOUT THIS SORRY BUSINESS OF HAND-PICKING OPPONENTS FOR CHAMPIONS, PARTICULARLY IN THE CASE OF ROCKY MARCIANO
ABOUT THIS SORRY BUSINESS OF HAND-PICKING OPPONENTS FOR CHAMPIONS, PARTICULARLY IN THE CASE OF ROCKY MARCIANO. By Budd ...
1954 & Its Sportsman: Roger Bannister
The year brought shining performances in a host of sports, but the electrifying running of history's first four-minute miler—a man of no fanfare—made him year's pre-eminent man of sport
Holmes Really Had a Spoonful
Larry Holmes (left) is talking about hanging 'em up after unheralded Tim Witherspoon just missed taking away his WBC heavyweight championship
MEET THE NEXT HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION
A lithe young Brooklyn Negro named Floyd Patterson, who was the boxing star of the 1952 Olympic Games, now threatens Rocky Marciano's crown.