Posts Tagged ‘Cuoco’

Dave (Golden Boy) Andrews

By Dan Cuoco Dave Andrews was born in Cambridge, MA on December 21, 1920. He lived in Cambridge for three years before his family moved to Billerica, MA. The...

Yama Bahama

Yama Bahama was born William Horatio Butler, Jr. on February 16, 1933 in Bimini in the Bahamas. He was the youngest in a large family consisting of three...

Dick DiVeronica

Dick DiVeronica was born on January 26, 1938 in Kirkville, New York. He was a popular fighter who campaigned from 1958 until 1972, starting as a lightweight...

Henry Hank

Henry was born Joseph Harrison in Greenville, Mississippi on February 9, 1935. He moved to Detroit with his parents when he was 6 years old. He later changed...

Eder Jofre

Eder Jofre – The Second Best Pound-for-Pound Fighter in Boxing History By Dan Cuoco   Sugar Ray Robinson is generally considered by most boxing experts as...

Stefan Redl

Stefan Redl was born in Heregsalva, Hungary on March 5, 1933. Stefan was the only boy in a family of three. His father Frank and mother Katherine were of...

Freddie Steele

Freddie Steele was a boxing prodigy. As early as age six he dreamed of a career as a boxer. His parents hoped he would outgrow the idea. But he didn’t. Every...

Ellsworth (Spider) Webb

Its amazing to me that over the years one of the best middleweights of the fifties has gone unnoticed among veteran fight aficionados. As a young boy, on...