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Sugar Ray Robinson (Walker Smith, Jr.) became a professional fighter on October 4, 1940. He defeated Tommy Bell on December 20, 1946 to win the World Welterweight Title. He defeated Jake LaMotta on February 14, 1951 to win the World Middleweight Title. He would eventually win that title on four additional occasions. In a career which ran until 1965 he would claim victories over Gene Fullmer, Carmen Basilio, Kid Gavilan, Bobo Olson, Rocky Graziano, Henry Armstrong and Randy Turpin. Presented here is a salute to Sugar Ray Robinson program held in Harlem,New York.The event was cancelled.
This program measures 8 1/2 inches by 11 inches.The program contains 14 pagesa nd there is no writing inside.The outside cover has a small rust colored spot on the top border.There is an ink stamp of the word "CANCELLED" on the top of the program.The program shows minor handling wear.The binding and pages are tight.

Size: 8 1/2 x 11

Condition: excellent