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    Only older Puerto Rican boxing fans remember and thus rate Carlos Ortiz as one of the greatest Puerto Rican fighters. Typical I guess, of any sport and most places. Carlos' trilogy with Ismael Laguna was one of the greatest in its time.
    When asked to list the greatest Puerto Rican fighters ever... few nowadays include Ortiz on the list... a list to which he most certainly belongs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Only older Puerto Rican boxing fans remember and thus rate Carlos Ortiz as one of the greatest Puerto Rican fighters. Typical I guess, of any sport and most places. Carlos' trilogy with Ismael Laguna was one of the greatest in its time.
    When asked to list the greatest Puerto Rican fighters ever... few nowadays include Ortiz on the list... a list to which he most certainly belongs.
    Seems it's bit all over the boards but he rates very high. As with much of the sport I think we can easily fall into a 'what I lived I actually know' mind set. What have you done for us recently. Some lists rate a Cotto, Trinidad, Rosario or Camacho pretty high but truth is imo they couldn't hold a candle to the technical prowess of Ortiz.

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    Angelo Dundee would have been a hundred years old this week. This is a good read:

    https://www.theguardian.com/sport/20...trainer-boxing

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    Larry saw Jesus this night in 79 . Got caught leading with the short uppercut and still not sure how he got up!

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    That was a good watch.

    Legend Marvin Gaye singing the national anthem was the best I have ever heard it sung.

    How Larry took that right hand is amazing. I think he could have taken Tyson’s right hand if he was at his peak, shame it was 9 years later for him.

    Real hard men who dug deep to try and win.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    Larry saw Jesus this night in 79 . Got caught leading with the short uppercut and still not sure how he got up!

    What an upload! Just perfect in every way. Loved that it kept the ads, we never saw a lot of them here. Here the Olympus ads were always someone saying..."Who do you think you are....David Bailey?" to ..David Bailey. Loved the sound of that venue and the whole vibe.. great fight and even had blinkin Bruce/ Caitlyn Jenner as a bonus easter egg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beanz View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    Larry saw Jesus this night in 79 . Got caught leading with the short uppercut and still not sure how he got up!

    What an upload! Just perfect in every way. Loved that it kept the ads, we never saw a lot of them here. Here the Olympus ads were always someone saying..."Who do you think you are....David Bailey?" to ..David Bailey. Loved the sound of that venue and the whole vibe.. great fight and even had blinkin Bruce/ Caitlyn Jenner as a bonus easter egg

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    Love to see the bigger library of the original uploader. Real 'complete' feel of era and bit of a time capsule with full pre fight and uncut network telecast. I used to always leave ads in when I edited for sales and trades though some would whine about losing room etc. Talk about a picture of just how massive boxing was on regular cable in the day. And the undercard was filled out with Leonard..Wilfredo Gomez..and Roberto Duran!

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    The Thrilla in Manilla..... October 1, 1975





    Still one of the greatest fights in the history of boxing. The best fight of the trilogy... and one that cemented the legacy of both Ali and Frazier.

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    Kostya Tszyu v Leonardo Mas JAN 18 1997



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    Oscar De La HoyaV Miguel Angel Gonzalez (same card as above)


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    JAN 18 1986

    Samart Payakaroon v Lupe Pintor Bangkok

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    18 JAN 1962: Eder Jofre v Johnny Caldwell, Sao Paulo.


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    Leonardo Mas was faking it against Tszyu.

    Gonzales was a good fighter but Oscar was too skilful and quick for him.

    Brutal punch by Payakaroon that knocked out Pintor

    Always wanted to see Eder Jofre box, as his record was amazing.
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