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Frank “The Harlem Coffee Cooler” Craig was a boxer was born on April 1 1868; Columbus, Georgia (other sources report his birthday on April 1, 1870) Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →
James Butler Jr. (b. December 18, 1972 in Harlem, New York) is a former American light heavyweight boxer, and former USBA super middleweight champion. Continue Reading →
The great photograph above is of a21year old Cassius Marcellus Clay ‘The Pied Piper of Harlem’, being followed by his Harlem fans on 125th Street in Harlem on December 17th, 1963. Continue Reading →
In 1983, Glenn Caldwell, a music teacher from Maryland, was playing saxophone in a South Carolina bar and began talking with a singer whose dapper outfit and slick hair seemed from a bygone era. Continue Reading →
The Brown Bomber, in a great ringside seat photograph of the Joe Louis’ bout against Billy Conn, the Light Heavyweight Champion met on June 18, 1941. Continue Reading →
By Marc “The Raz” Rasbury
With the all of the NFL lockout news dominating the sports airwaves of late, the death of the flamboyant boxing promoter, Butch Lewis, flew under the radar screen this week. But this in no way should diminish the impact this man had on the world of boxing and the entertainment industry. Continue Reading →