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Old 11-21-2009, 12:20 PM   #21
ChrisPontius
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Default Re: debunking the myth of louis being completely past it ...

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Originally Posted by MRBILL View Post
Dude,

Christ, split that notion up into a few graphs for cryin' out loud......... Geez.........

Joe Louis at age 37 in 1951 still had some zip and fight left in him.... Despite being KO'd by Rocky Marciano, Joe Louis would've hammered a lot of other mo-fo's on that night in Oct. of '51...... Louis could've carried on, but boxing and the promoters were different then......... Louis did the right thing by saving face and just retiring after the KO loss........

Then Louis comes back to wrestle....... That was horse-shit.... Louis was all fat and acting a fool just for being in debt to that goddamn Uncle Sam bastard......... Sad........

MR.BILL
Joe Louis had seen better days, but he was still a contender and he meant business. Have a look!


http://img404.imageshack.us/img404/1...ocksoutsav.jpg

Louis destroys Savold



http://img517.imageshack.us/img517/8...dafter37ye.jpg

Louis knocks down Pat Valentino in 10 round exhibition during the early 50's


http://img34.imageshack.us/img34/897...arbrionclo.jpg

Louis holds off a motivated Brion to a decision win
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