by Herb Boyd and Ray Robinson
May 13, 2005 Most boxing fans reserve the phrase "pound for pound" — used to describe a boxer of tremendous skill, regardless of the weight category — for the man considered the best fighter in history: Sugar Ray Robinson. A new biography charts the fighter's rise and fall in and out of the ring.
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