Sugar Ray Robinson vs. Bobo Olson II

By Boxing News on March 12, 2018
Sugar Ray Robinson vs. Bobo Olson II
The Robinson-Olson rematch was fought at the Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, California.

On March 13, 1952 at the Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, California, Sugar Ray Robinson, from Harlem by way of Ailey, Georgia, fought Bobo Olson, from Honolulu, Hawaii, in the second of their four fights. Their first bout was in Oct. 1950 and Sugar Ray won it by 12th round knockout. The rematch was for the world middleweight title. Robinson was 129-2-2 coming in. Olson was 48-5. The fight was scheduled for 15 rounds…

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Sugar Ray Robinson vs Carl 'Bobo' Olson II

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  1. David 01:37pm, 03/12/2018

    Sugar Ray Robinson, second to the “Greatest” of them all, Roberto Duran.

  2. Swans 10:15am, 03/12/2015

    Yes he is dude. Get over it.

  3. DaUnKnown Comic 02:58pm, 03/15/2014

    He could fight guys 3 or 4 or even 6 times. But he wouldn’t fight Charley Burley once.  But he’s the greatest right?

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