Marv Albert Covers Career Highlights Of Heavyweight Champion Larry Holmes Fights

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Marv Albert and Dr. Ferdie Pacheco are summing up the Heavyweight Title Fight between Champ Larry Holmes vs Scott Frank….which Holmes wins with a TKO in the 5th round….followed by memories of past Heavyweight Champions set to the song “Everybody Has A Dream”.

 

NFL Great Teams Of The Philadelphia Eagles In The Late 1940s And Early 1950s

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QB Lurtis “Tommy” Thompson came out of Tulsa University as a single wing tailback and led the Philadelphia Eagles to the NFL Championship in 1948 and 1949. When the Eagles started throwing the ball with Thompson at the helm….instead of running the ball like the Eagles of old…and the team became winners

 

A Salute To The 1969 NFL World Champion Kansas City Chiefs

DOG ASIDE: The 1969 Kansas City Chiefs were led to Super Bowl IV victory by Coach Hank Stram and QB Lenny Dawson over the Bud Grant’s Minnesota Vikings. The Chiefs intimidating defense limited the Vikings to just one touchdown. This video has Coach Stram miked….providing a really good view of the positive genius of the…

NFL’s Buddy Young In Better Players But No Better Man

DOG ASIDE: The worst discrimination in the world is not color….it is size. The New York Yanks, Dallas Texans and Baltimore Colts RB Buddy Young became an All Pro in the day when the helmet had no face mask….and the talent of the league was concentrated in a 12 team league. Throughout the history of…

Broadway Joe In The Story Of Jets QB Joe Namath

DOG ASIDE: Jets QB Joe Namath was truly one of the most glamorous players to ever play in the NFL….who was as great a player as he was a showman…..long before the likes of players Prime Time Deion Sanders or Ochocinco Chad Johnson’s touchdown celebrations. ¬†Broadway Joe was perfectly suited for The Big Apple…New York…

April 27, 1967 Muhammad Ali Rejects Military Induction And Has His Heavyweight Title Taken Away

DOG ASIDE: Muhammad Ali refused induction into the US Military on April 27, 1967….eventually going to court and being sentenced to 3 years in jail. During the time of his incarceration and exile from boxing….The Greatest never said a harsh word or anything negative about those US officials who put him there. It was at…

Muhammad Ali On George Foreman Before Their Fight In Zaire On October 30, 1974

DOG ASIDE: The Heavyweight Championship Title Fight on October 30, 1974 between Champ George Foreman vs Muhammad Ali…..was billed as “The Rumble in the Jungle”…but became “The Hope of the Rope A Dope”…..as Ali laid back against the ropes for the first 6 rounds letting Foreman hit him with big bombs that did nothing but…