In Boxing, you would have to endure punches that would make a mortal man crumble. But these fighters are not just mere men. They are legends! Some very strong men with herculean strength have graced the ring in the past. They were able to take punches that would make an
Born in Marshall, Texas on January 22 in 1948 to a railroad construction worker and his wife, George Foreman (76-5, 68 KO's) was the fifth of seven children and grew up in the Fifth Ward, Houston, Texas. Foreman had six siblings and spent most of his early youth in trouble.
Joe Frazier was born in Laurel Bay, South Carolina, on January 12, 1944. “Smoking Joe” Frazier never set out to set the boxing world alight.
He began going to the gym to get himself into shape. However, one thing led to another, and he began competing. He was the youngest of
Cassius Marcellus Clay aka Muhammad Ali (56-5, 37 KO's), the son of a sign painter, was born January 17, 1942 in Louisville, Kentucky. He decided early in life that he wanted to be both rich and the heavyweight champion of the world.For most people that would remain a dream something